You officially have the green light to get excited about Squid Game season two.
"This November," a 30-second clip showing the preparations for the next competition stated, "the world's most notorious game becomes reality."
And it looks like there will be some new players this time around. The streaming service announced that Yim Si-wan, Kang Ha-neul, Park Sung-hoon and Yang Dong-geun are joining the cast.
They'll appear alongside returning stars Lee Jung-jae, who played the main character Seong Gi-hun (a.k.a. Player 456), Lee Byung-hun, who portrayed Front Man (the leader of the masked team running the competition); and Wi Ha-jun, who took on the role of Hwang Jun-ho (a detective who broke into the competition last season to try and find his brother).
In case you need a refresher, the first season of Squid Game followed 456 players in need of money who enrolled in a competition in which they faced off in a series of children's games. If they made it past a round, they moved one step closer to the giant cash prize. If not, they were killed.
At the end of the first season (warning: spoilers ahead), Seong Gi-hun won the competition and left alive. But knowing the truth about the games, he decided to go back and try to put an end to the cruelty.
The show was a huge success, securing 14 Emmy nominations and taking home six.
Can't wait to tune in this November? Until then, read on to learn about the future of more shows.