Squid Game Season 2 Preview to Take Center Stage of Lucca Comics & Games
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Squid Game Season 2 Preview to Take Center Stage of Lucca Comics & Games

With Squid Game Season 2's upcoming release later this year, its much-awaited preview may finally be revealed at Lucca Comics & Games 2024.

Squid Game Season 2 Credit: Netflix

It has been over two years since Squid Game Season 2 was officially announced. The first season was released worldwide in September 2021 to critical acclaim and international attention. However, fans have yet to see a proper preview of the series, with only a few stills and a brief teaser released in February. Thankfully, that is about to change as the show will take center stage of Lucca Comics & Games 2024 and give a preview of the highly anticipated second season.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series creator, writer, and director Hwang Dong-hyuk will join the lead stars Lee Jung-jae and Wi Ha-joon, who respectively play Seong Gi-hun (Player 456) and police officer Hwang Jun-ho, to preview Squid Game Season 2 at this year’s Lucca Comics & Games on October 31. Europe’s No. 1 comics and gaming convention will occur in the medieval city of Lucca in central Italy and run from October 30 to November 3.

However, Netflix has remained mum about the specifics of the show’s panel at the event. The series' second season is set to release in December 2024, so new footage or a trailer is expected to be unveiled there.

Aside from Squid Game Season 2, the convention will also feature the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of Dungeons & Dragons, the 40th anniversary of Tetris, and the 25th anniversary of Eiichiro Oda's One Piece, which Netflix adapted into a live-action in 2023. The festival also unveiled this year’s official poster, called The Butterfly Effect, inspired by Giacomo Puccini’s opera Madame Butterfly and designed by the Japanese artist and Final Fantasy character designer Yoshitaka Amano.

Lucca Comics & Games 2024 Credit: Yoshitaka Amano/Lucca Comics and Games


Who are the cast of Squid Game Season 2?

Aside from Jung-jae and Ha-joon, several familiar faces will return to Squid Game Season 2. Of course, new cast members, whose roles remain unknown, will join the new season as they risk their lives to participate in the next set of dangerous games.

For the cast members, you can check the list below:

  • Lee Jung-jae as Seong Gi-hun (Player 456)

  • Wi Ha-joon as police officer Hwang Jun-ho

  • Hwang In-ho as Front Man

  • Gong Yoo as The Recruiter

  • Yim Si-wan

  • Kang Ha-neul

  • Park Gyu-young

  • Park Sung-hoon

  • Jo Yu-ri

  • Yang Dong-geun

  • Kang Ae-sim

  • Lee David

  • Lee Jin-uk

  • Choi Seung-hyun

  • Roh Jae-won

  • Won Ji-an

Squid Game Season 2 Credit: Netflix


What is Squid Game Season 2 about?

Squid Game Season 2 will pick up where the previous season left off. As seen in the first season finale, Gi-hun has decided not to fly to the US to see his daughter and find the Front Man to stop him from continuing the deadly Squid Game. Like the first season, a group of desperate contestants will join the mysterious survival game for a chance to win the ₩45.6 billion cash prize.

You can read the Squid Game Season 2 synopsis below:

Squid Game introduces viewers to a group of contestants desperate enough to risk their lives in a mysterious survival game for the promise of a 45.6 billion won cash prize. Season 2 will follow hero Gi-hun as he abandons his plans to go to the United States. Instead, he begins a chase with an important motive.


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The expectations for Squid Game Season 2 are incredibly high due to the first season’s success. So, with all the hype and teasers about the show’s return, fans have to see if it will top its premiere season.

Squid Game Season 1 is available on Netflix.

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