The 2022 Emmy Awards have arrived, and the groundbreaking Netflix Korean drama Squid Game made history, sweeping the award ceremony with 14 nominations and six Emmy wins, including Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series and Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series.
Below you can find the complete list of 2022 Emmy wins for Squid Game.
- Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour Or More): Episode “Gganbu” Chae Kyoung-sun, Production Designer, Gim En-jee, Art Director, and Kim Jeong-gon, Set Decorator.
- Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series: Episode “Red Light, Green Light” directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk.
- Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series: Lee Jung-jae, as Seong Gi-hun.
- Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series: Lee You-mi, as Ji-yeong.
- Outstanding Visual Effects In A Single Episode: Episode “Vips” Cheong Jai-hoon, VFX Supervisor, Kang Moon-jung, CG Supervisor (3D), Kim Hye-jin, VFX Producer, Jo Hyun-jin, Layout Lead, Kim Seong-cheol, Matte Painting Supervisor, Lee Jae-bum, Animation Supervisor, Shin Min-soo, CG Supervisor (2D), Seok Jong-yeon, Compositing Supervisor, Jun Sung-man, Compositing Supervisor.
- Outstanding Stunt Performance: Episode “Stick To The Team” Lim Tae-hoon, Stunt Performer, Shim Sang-min, Stunt Performer, Kim Cha-i, Stunt Performer, and Lee Tae-young, Stunt Performer.
The Korean drama from Netflix follows a group of adults facing high-stakes financial problems. When they accept an invitation to participate in a series of children’s games for a tempting cash prize, they quickly learn that playing comes at a deadly price. The series will have a second season, but there is no word yet when the new season will air.
You can catch up with Squid Game by streaming all nine episodes exclusively on Netflix.