Squid Games gets Membership in the 3 Trillion Club

Squid Game, a smash Netflix blockbuster that streamed for over 3 billion minutes in its second week and joined Nielsen’s “3 Billion Club,” smashed watching records in 2021. The highly praised South Korean survival drama series went viral when it premiered on September 17th, 2021 in South Korea. The most-watched Netflix series to date was produced, written, and directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk.

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Its characters and studies of capitalism and class issues Dong-Hyuk saw in his life intrigued viewers, and it told the narrative of 465 players battling for a large financial reward in succession of children’s games with perilous twists in Squid Game.
Celebrities like as NBA player LeBron James and WandaVision actress Kat Dennings have shown their support for the program and explored its issues. As a result, it is no surprise that Squid Game has continued to break records despite becoming a household name.

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