In the wake of assuming control over the streaming charts and social media discussions, Netflix’s Squid Game is presently in the run to win three Golden Globe Awards. The Korean series was nominated in three different categories when the declarations for the Golden Globe Awards were made on Monday. The survival drama is up for Best Drama Series, where it will rival ‘The Morning Show’, ‘Pose’, ‘Succession’ and ‘Lupin’.
Written and directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk, the nine-part series about competitors occupied with dangerous Korean kids’ playground games to win 45.6 billion Korean Won in prize cash, has become a global phenomenon, seen by 142 million households over the initial month of its release on September 17.
Lee Jung-Jae, who depicts the role of the protagonist Seong Gi-hun on Squid Game, got a nomination for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Drama. The final nomination went to Oh Yeong-su for the Best Supporting Actor, Television. The South Korean actor depicted the role of contestant 001, Oh Il-Nam, who is uncovered toward the finish to be the individual accountable for the games.
The Netflix series began streaming in September and from that point forward Squid Game has become the most-watched series on Netflix. On the show, competitors partake in a series of children’s games, including “Red Light, Green Light” and tug of war. In any case, there are deathly results to losing a game, a fact that the contenders just find once they begin playing the first game.