If squid game was made in India pic.twitter.com/YFwHtLFfsb
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5 of the top 27 @Roblox games are tied to @netflix's #SquidGame including #10 Hmmm, looks like a binge drop, streaming show from South Korea can have far more cultural impact than a movie or linear TV series (Bond, Venom 2) pic.twitter.com/Dz7lXTCV1J
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Is the squid game in English on Netflix?
Squid Game is a Netflix original drama, made in South Korea, but it's dubbed into English. ... The show doesn't suffer when watched in English. But you should read our article about why you want to adjust the subtitle settings on your TV for the best experience. CNETSquid Game on Netflix: Everything to know about the disturbing breakout hit
Who wrote squid game?
'Squid Game' creator Hwang Dong-hyuk wrote the show in 2009 but was rejected by studios for 10 years. He once had to stop writing the script + sell his $675 laptop due to money struggles. Yahoo News'Squid Game' creator, whose series was rejected for 10 years, once had to sell his laptop to make $675
Now, in a interview with Deadline, she’s opened up about her decision.
Click inside to read what Emily shared…
Emily acknowledged that leaving The Resident wasn’t an easy decision.
“I spent so many years on network television, but then suddenly priorities shifted,” she shared with the site of her leaving. “I think there comes a moment in every woman’s life — in every person’s life — where it becomes less about work and more about family, and that’s what happened while I was making the show.”
Emily added, “Doing that many episodes in a different city and then you add COVID to that, most of us couldn’t see our families for almost a year. It really solidified for me that family is where my heart is at the moment.”
She went on, saying that “it’s such a bittersweet moment for me. I loved doing The Resident so much for the four years I was on it. Oftentimes you hear about someone exiting a show because something bad had happened or there was some bad blood. But in this case, it’s the exact opposite.”
“There’s nothing but love and respect between all of us and this decision was not an easy one for anybody. But it was the right one for me, personally. I’m grateful that I was met with understanding and compassion.”
As for her character, Emily says that “Nic had a very beautiful life. And as tragic as it is the way she goes, her ending is very fitting and representative of the person that she was…I’m glad they went that route with the character, she leaves quite the legacy. She’s left a major stamp on my heart. I loved playing Nic and I’m grateful for everything she’s taught me.”
Read full article at Insider