NETFLIX has just confirmed the future of a highly acclaimed game show, featuring an all-star cast, following a series of rave reviews.
The series first aired in September.
Netflix has exciting news for fans of the Korean game show, The Devil's Plan.
The streaming giant has just dropped an electrifying bombshell – a second season of the heart-pounding Korean game show, is on the way.
The Devil's Plan featured 12 contestants competing in sophisticated games over seven days for a prize of ₩500million (US$370,000).
“The participants, each armed with their unique strategies and motives, collaborate or betray each other to win,” the press release reads.
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The synopsis adds: “Furthermore, the players are isolated without access to electronics like smartphones, creating the perfect environment for them to create their own community with evolving relationship dynamics."
“This setup also serves as a “social experiment” in line with the devilish theme of the series title.”
The hit reality show made its debut in September of this year, featuring a star-studded ensemble of contestants.
The cast featured a lineup of well-known individuals, such as SEVENTEEN's Seungkwan, actress Lee Si-won, Esports player Guillaume Patry, and many others.
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Netflix made an exciting announcement in their press release, revealing that The Devil's Plan had quickly climbed to the top of Netflix's Top 10 TV series in South Korea.
The Devil's Plan is produced by Jeong Jong-yeon, the mastermind behind hit South Korean variety and game shows like The Genius, The Great Escape, and Girls' High School Mystery Class.
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