It’s official: Squid Game is Netflix’s biggest original series ever.
The nine-part Korean drama was watched by 111 million users in its first 28 days, knocking Bridgerton and its 82 million off the top spot.
If you’re one of the three Netflix subscribers on the planet who haven’t watched it yet, the series tells the story of a group of skint misfits taking part in a series of children’s playground games in a bid to win a huge cash prize. Only problem is, if you lose, you get killed.
It’s fair to say, the entire world is obsessed, and if like us you’ve been wondering just what went into making the series, then step this way for all the behind-the-scenes secrets from the year’s buzziest show…