Viewers Of Netflix's Squid Game Left 'Confused' By 'Unfinished' Ending
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Netflix's Squid Game is currently number one on the streaming platform, with the majority of fans loving every minute of it.
However, some fans have been left confused and annoyed by the ending of the bizarre show. Hopefully, that means there'll be a season two to clear things up?
The storyline follows a group of people volunteering to play deadly games for a huge cash prize.
But if you haven't had a chance to watch the smash-hit Korean series, this is your chance to look away, as there are spoilers ahead...
The ending for the show sees main character Gi-hun traumatised by his experience in the game when one of the game's host tried to recruit him for one last game.
Gi-hun wins but the host dies, and it spurs Gi-hun to fulfil his promise to use the prize money for good and later reconnect with his daughter. But, as he leaves, he sees someone with the game recruiter who invited him and is then determined to find out who they are.
Many felt like Squid Game's ending did not live up to the premise that came before it, and was "unfinished".
One person said, "I just finished watching Squid Game and the ending pissed me off, what happened to being a good father?"
Another said, "Just watched Squid Game. It was pretty good up until the end. The ending ruined it for me."
Many speculated that the ending was left purposely open for a second season, but said that it didn't necessarily warrant more episodes.
"The Squid Game ending is so annoying, They could've just finished it in one season. I feel like literally all I got from this show is that the main character is a terrible father," one person tweeted.
The general sentiment is the Squid Game is an excellent show, until the ending. Some were also upset that the cliffhanger likely means a new season but many of the characters they loved in the first season have died and therefore would not be returning.
Squid Game is now available to stream on Netflix.