"Squid Game" is officially coming back.

Netflix announced Sunday that the wildly popular South Korean show is green lit for a second season.

"Squid Game" is a fictional drama from South Korea in which contestants who are desperately in need of money play deadly children's games to win cash prizes. 

Seong Gi-hun, the main protagonist of "Squid Game," is a divorced gambler who entered the contest for the big money.

"It took 12 years to bring the first season of Squid Game to life last year," Hwang said in the letter. "But it took 12 days for Squid Game to become the most popular series ever." 

"There's been so much demand, love and attention for a season two," he said. "So I feel I have no choice but to make a season two."

"The man in the suit with ddakji might be back," he wrote, referring to the mysterious salesman who recruits desperate players to the game show.

“Red light... GREENLIGHT!” reads the message, accompanied by a quick animation of the enormous animatronic doll that stars prominently in the Squid Game pilot. 

After the phenomenal popularity of the Korean series on Netflix, the second season of Squid Game was almost inevitable.