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‘Squid Game’ reality show on Netflix with $4.56M prize: How to apply

Could the “Squid Game” Reality Series Change Netflix’s Fading Fortunes?

Entangled Streamer has announced that they are making a real-life version of the South Korean survival show – production is set to take place in the UK early next year.

“Squid Game: The Challenge” is being billed as “the biggest reality competition series ever” and will feature 456 contestants who will fight for a whopping $4.56 million in prize money.

According to a press release issued by Netflix on Tuesday, this staggering amount will be the biggest cash prize ever on reality television.

“‘Squid Game’ created panic in the world [director] Captivating story and iconic imagery from Hwang Dong-hyuk,” said Netflix VP Brandon Rigg in the release. “We are grateful for their support as we turn fictional worlds into reality in this massive competition and social experiment.”

The grueling South Korean survival series revolves around 456 cash-strapped contestants playing a deadly children’s game to win cash prizes.
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Casting is currently available to English language speakers over the age of 21 at SquidGameCasting.com. The reality show will have 10 episodes and production is expected in four weeks.

The original “Squid Game” — which was released on Netflix last September — revolved around a competition in which 456 cash-strapped contestants competed to play a series of deadly children’s games for a $36 million prize. He risked his life for it.

The upcoming reality series sports shows are set to be inspired by sports, though they won’t be as gruesome.

“The stakes are high, but the worst luck in this game is going home empty-handed,” Tuesday’s press release read.

Netflix Is ​​Hoping That The Upcoming Reality Show Spin-Off Will Force Fans To Subscribe To Their Monthly Subscription As The Streamer Hits Hard Times.
Netflix is ​​hoping that the upcoming spin-off will force fans to subscribe to their monthly subscription as the streamer hits hard times.
Netflix

“Squid Game” is the most successful Netflix series in history, with more than 142 million households watching during the first four weeks of its launch.

The hit series has been renewed for a second season, although it is not yet in production.

Netflix is ​​hoping that the upcoming reality show spin-off will force fans to subscribe to their monthly subscription as the streamer hits hard times.

Back in April, Netflix confirmed that it lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter of 2022, well short of its forecast of adding 2.5 million subscribers.

The company offered a disappointing forecast for the spring quarter, predicting it could lose an additional 2 million customers.

In May, Netflix announced it was cutting about 150 jobs — close to 2% of their total workforce.

&Quot;Squid Game&Quot; The Most Successful Netflix Series In History, Watched By Over 142 Million Households During The First Four Weeks Of Its Launch.
“Squid Game” is the most successful Netflix series in history, with more than 142 million households watching during the first four weeks of its launch.
Netflix

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