‘Squid Game’ Reality Series Coming to Netflix With Biggest Cash Prize in TV History

The streaming home to the hit survival drama announced 'Squid Game: 

The Challenge,' with 456 players in real-life competition in a series of games for a record-setting $4.56 million purse.

Netflix is staging a real-life Squid Game series that’s billed as “the biggest reality competition ever.”

The streamer announced a reality TV production based on its global dystopian smash at the Banff World Media Festival on Tuesday.

While the stakes won’t be life or death (presumably), Squid Game:

The Challenge will have 456 players competing in a series of games for the chance to win $4.56 million

Netflix claims the payout is the largest lump-sum cash prize in TV history

and that the show likewise also sports the largest competition series cast ever assembled.

The reality competition will consist of 10 episodes (one more than the first season of the dramatic series) and also released a teaser video:

‘Squid Game’ Reality Series Coming to Netflix With Biggest Cash Prize in TV History