Netflix defends new ‘Squid Recreation’ actuality present

Netflix defends new 'Squid Game' reality show

It was a harmful sport present.

Netflix is defending their actuality collection “Squid Recreation: The Problem” after it allegedly grew to become too near the fictional supply materials — with gamers allegedly getting stretchered away because the set was a frigid “warzone.”

The scandal broke whereas the streaming platform was within the UK secretly filming the much-awaited sport present, based mostly on the hit collection of the identical identify, wherein 456 contestants compete for an roughly $4.5 million money prize. The mercury had dropped to three levels C (26.6 Fahrenheit) throughout capturing, allegedly leading to gamers getting injured — though Netflix claims that’s not the case.

“Whereas it was very chilly on set – and individuals have been ready for that – any claims of significant damage are unfaithful,” Netflix and producers Studio Lambert and the Backyard assured the general public in a press release, Deadline reported. “We care deeply concerning the well being and security of our forged and crew, and invested in all the suitable security procedures.”


Participants claimed that some players had to crawl to the finish line while one was even stretchered off set.
Contributors claimed that some gamers needed to crawl to the end line whereas one was even stretchered off-set.
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Their assertion conflicted with individuals claiming that gamers felt unwell after remaining immobile for hours in freezing climate throughout a reenactment of the kids’s sport “Crimson Mild Inexperienced Mild,” the Sun reported.

“It was like a warzone,” described one appalled contestant whereas one other claimed that “some individuals couldn’t transfer their toes as a result of it was so chilly.”

“You might hear somebody yell ‘medic’ and the crew would rush on,” they added. “We ended up standing there for half-hour between takes. Some have been crawling by the tip. A minimum of one was carried out on a stretcher.”


“While it was very cold on set – and participants were prepared for that – any claims of serious injury are untrue,
“Whereas it was very chilly on set – and individuals have been ready for that – any claims of significant damage are unfaithful,” Netflix and producers Studio Lambert and the Backyard assured the general public in a press release.
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Certainly, regardless of the allegedly appalling circumstances, contestants refused to maneuver or protest, both of which is grounds for disqualification, per the principles of the sport.

“Even when hypothermia kicked in then individuals have been keen to remain for so long as doable as a result of some huge cash was on the road,” claimed one aghast contestant. “Too many have been decided to not transfer in order that they stood there for a lot too lengthy.

They added, “There have been individuals arriving considering they have been going to be millionaires however they left in tears.”


Participants described the set as a
Contributors described the set as a “warzone.”
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In keeping with the Solar, lots of of contestants have been eradicated within the first spherical of the “Squid Recreation,” a present which noticed hopefuls fly in from so far as Australia and the US to compete.

Billed because the “largest actuality competitors collection ever created,” “The Problem” is a near-perfect doppelganger to “Squid Recreation” from the competitions, the spartan bunk beds, to the creepy animatronic doll that barks orders throughout “Crimson Mild Inexperienced Mild.”

Fortunately, in contrast to in “SG,” contestants don’t die upon being eradicated — at the least not but — within the ten-episode collection, which is slated to renew filming subsequent month.


“You could hear someone yell ‘medic’ and the crew would rush on,
“You might hear somebody yell ‘medic’ and the crew would rush on,” claimed one participant, describing the alleged bedlam on set. “We ended up standing there for half-hour between takes. Some have been crawling by the tip. A minimum of one was carried out on a stretcher.”
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‘Squid Recreation’ took the world by storm with [director] Hwang Dong-hyuk’s fascinating story and iconic imagery,” Netflix VP Brandon Rieg stated in a press release over the summer time. “We’re grateful for his assist as we flip the fictional world into actuality on this large competitors and social experiment.”

They have been additionally undoubtedly hoping to money in on the large success of “Squid Recreation,” which grew to become Netflix’s most-watched program as much as that time over 142 million viewers.