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‘Squid Game’ Reality Competition Series Casting Call
Here’s how you can apply to compete in ‘Squid Game: The Challenge.’
Do You Want to Play the ‘Squid Game’? Now You Can
456 players will compete to win — you guessed it — $4.56 million in the new reality competition series.
By Phillipe Thao June 14, 2022
Season 2 isn’t the only thing is bringing its fans. The South Korean series is coming to life in , the biggest reality competition series ever — all it needs is you.
Exactly 456 players will compete to win the life-changing reward of $4.56 million — the largest cast and lump sum cash prize in reality TV history. Players will be put to the test in a series of games inspired by the show, along with some surprising new additions that will push them to their limits. Strategy, alliances and character are crucial in order to survive the tension. The stakes are high, but thankfully, in this game, the worst fate anyone will face is going home empty-handed.
“ took the world by storm with Director Hwang [Dong-hyuk]’s captivating story and iconic imagery,” Brandon Riegg, Netflix vice president of unscripted and documentary series, says. “We’re grateful for his support as we turn the fictional world into reality in this massive competition and social experiment.”
Think you have what it takes to face the Front Man? The 10-episode competition series is currently recruiting players at SquidGameCasting.com. It’s time to grab your green sweatsuit.
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How To Apply For Netflix's 'Squid Game' Reality Show
For those who always wanted to live out their 'Hunger Games' fantasies, here's how to apply for Netflix's 'Squid Game' reality show.
HERE'S HOW TO APPLY FOR NETFLIX’S SQUID GAME REALITY SHOW
If you dare... BY ANI BUNDEL JUNE 15, 2022 NETFLIX
It took 12 years for Hwang Dong-hyuk to get Squid Game made and 12 days for the show to become the biggest series in Netflix history. Once the first season blew up, a second season was a solid bet, and Netflix recently announced Squid Game Season 2 indeed got the ~green light~. But fans couldn’t have possibly guess that the streaming service would attempt to stage its own real-life version of the show — and yet that’s exactly what’s happening. And if you’re into it, you can apply for Netflix’s Squid Game reality show and live out your most demented dreams.
For those who couldn’t stomach watching the original series because the horror was just too much, the titular Squid Game from the show is a contest made up of 456 players who risk their lives to play deadly games for the chance to win ₩45.6 billion. (That’s $38 million in U.S. dollars.) Upon arrival, those competing discover that losing doesn’t just mean being ejected from the game; it’s ritual slaughter. But hey, for every contestant body buried, the pot increases by ₩100 million ($77,500).
Sounds fun, right? Netflix thinks so, anyway. On June 14, Netflix announced Squid Game: The Challenge, a reality competition series, and it’s currently casting 456 real players to compete for the largest jackpot in television history: $4.56 million U.S. dollars.
Assuming being ejected from the game is not a one-way ticket to six feet under, it’s likely many fans will want to apply to win this prize. And you can! Netflix has set up a website and is taking applications right now. There are three portals — one for U.S. casting, one for U.K. casting, and one for global casting. Only one catch: According to Netflix’s announcement, the Front Man is searching for English language speakers only, although contestants can be from any part of the world.
Applicants must be 21 or older, have a passport (which suggests filming is not in the U.S., but that’s not confirmed), and must be available for up to four weeks for filming “currently anticipated to be in early 2023.” (You also can’t work for Netflix or be directly related to someone who is.) The application includes a one-minute video stating why you want to compete, a headshot, and a full-length photo.
For those who would rather just watch the series — rather than participate — it will be a 10-episode competition produced for Netflix by the same people who are behind Netflix’s hit reality series The Circle. As part of the new show’s announcement, Netflix’s VP of unscripted and documentary series, Brandon Riegg, said, “Fans of the drama series are in for a fascinating and unpredictable journey as our 456 real-world contestants navigate the biggest competition series ever, full of tension and twists, with the biggest ever cash prize at the end.”
How to apply for Squid Game: The Challenge reality show
Netflix has announced Squid Game: The Challenge, a reality TV competition with 456 contestants and a $4.56 million prize. Here's how to apply.
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(Pocket-lint) - Netflix has given the green light for reality TV competition based on Squid Game. Yes really.
Squid Game: The Challenge will see 456 people compete for the prize money, which is a huge $4.56 million. It will be the largest cast in reality TV history and the competition is open to English-language speakers from anywhere in the world.
Don't worry though, while the stakes of Squid Game: The Challenge are said to be "very high", you won't get killed if you lose like Squid Game the TV show. Instead, your worst fate is said to be "going home empty handed".
Netflix has said Squid Game: The Challenge is a "supersized unscripted show turns the scripted world of the drama into reality".
It added: "Real-life players will be immersed in the iconic Squid Game universe and will never know what's coming next. Here they'll compete in a series of heart-stopping games in order to become the sole survivor". It did add though that "win or lose, all players will leave unscathed. But if you win, you win big!"
If you've fancied your chances since watching Squid Game the TV show and you think you've got a decent game plan that could win you that huge amount of money, here's how you apply, the requirements you have to meet and what you have to do to be in with a chance of getting on.
How to apply for Squid Game: The Challenge
For those that live in the UK, you'll need to head to this site to apply for your chance to compete in Squid Game: The Challenge. If you're in the US, head to this site, and if you live anywhere else in the world, you'll need to use the global casting site here.
First up, you'll need to meet the following requirements before you can apply:
Be aged 21 or over
Have the right to legally reside in the UK/US (UK and US applicants only)
Be availble to take part in the competition for up to four weeks, expected to be at the beginning of 2023
Hold a valid passport for the duration of filming
Not employed or engaged, or a relative of an employee or someone engaged with the All3 Media Group and/or Netflix.
If you meet all of the above requirements, you'll then need to fill in the form which asks for the following:
Full name Email Mobile phone Date of birth
County/State (US and UK applicants only)
Country (Global applicants)
On top of this, you'll need to submit a one-minute video that tells the casting team about yourself, why you want to be on Squid Game: The Challenge, what your game plan would be and what you would do with the money if you won. No filters on your video either.
The last thing you'll need to do is upload at least two pictures of yourself, one headshot and one full length. You can submit an additional three if you want to. That's it after that, you'll then have to wait and see if you get green light to run.
Writing by Britta O'Boyle.