New Netflix series has what it takes to be the new Squid Game

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta January 24, 2022
Updated 2022/01/24 at 6:25 PM

The Korean Netflix series “Squid Game” was the most successful series start on the streaming service in 2021. Another production from Korea will start on Netflix next Friday and will bring with it a promising recipe for success.

This Netflix series is coming on Friday

On January 28, 2022, the Netflix series “All Of Us Are Dead” starts on the streaming service. In it, a high school is afflicted by a zombie virus. Numerous students are cooped up and have to escape quickly in order not to turn into zombies themselves.

The Korean title could have global appeal due to the following components: drama and horror are present, action and haunting violence are on display. In addition, the story is easy to understand and has the potential to lure us out of our everyday lives. The trailer also hints at moral dilemmas:

All Of Us Are Dead Trailer German

This “Squid Game” actress

Lee Yoo-Mi, who played Ji-Yeong in Squid Game and sacrificed herself for the life of Sae-Byeok, is in All Of Us Are Dead.

Lee Yoo-Mi (left) and Jung Ho-yeon (right) in Squid Game). Credit: Noh Juhan | Netflix

Other contributors include:

  • Harrison Xu as Chung San
  • Victoria Grace as On-Jo
  • Darren Keilan as Lee Su Hyeok
  • Lisa Yamada as Hyo Ryeong

Will “All Of Us Are Dead” get off to a phenomenal start like “Squid Game”? We can neither say nor rule that out at the moment. But it will certainly not be easy to inspire more than 142 million Netflix accounts. Nevertheless, one thing is clear: the new Netflix series at least comes with all the prerequisites for another successful title on the streaming service.

You can find more new movies and series released by Netflix in January 2022 here. Did you know that some titles on the streaming service seem hidden? With these secret Netflix codes you can find even more films and series from numerous genres. Plus, these three Netflix miniseries are worth checking out if you don’t feel like streaming lengthy titles.

Sources: Netflix

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