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The Golden Bell Award-nominated series will return exclusively on Netflix in 2022

TAIPEI, 21 September, 2020 — Netflix today announced that The Victims’ Game, a Chinese language Netflix original series, will return for a second season with the original production team, led by award-winning producers Hank Tseng and Phil Tang of Greener Grass Production. 

The Victims' Game Season 2 marks the global streaming brand’s first renewal of original Chinese languages production. The new season is set to premiere exclusively on Netflix in 2022. 

“From script to screen we are proud to have created The Victims’ Game as an entirely original IP from Taiwan,” said Tseng and Tang. “This renewal with Netflix is a milestone for the local entertainment industry to set foot on the global stage. It is time to unleash the limitless potential of original stories from Taiwan. We are excited to confirm that directors David Chuang and Allen Chen, as well as the production team will reunite on set. We are incredibly excited to bring Season 2 to viewers around the world, which will be even more thrilling and captivating than the first.”

After its global premiere on April 30th this year, The Victims’ Game has received raving reviews from fans and industry accolades, including eight nominations from the 55th Golden Bell Awards in Taiwan, making it one of the frontrunners in the prestigious awards.

The Victims’ Game is nominated in the Golden Bell Awards for: 

    • Best Television Series

    • Best Leading Actor in a Television Series: Joseph Chang

    • Best Newcomer in a Television Series: Moon Lee

    • Best Director in a Television Series: David Chuang, Allen Chen

    • Best Writing for a Television Series: Shu-Ting Liang, Rui Xu

    • Best Cinematography: Zhi-Huan Liu

    • Best Film Editing: Meng-Ru Jie, Yi-Ning Jiang

    • Best Art and Design: Yuan Shu (Jian-An Liao), Xiao-Rou Shi, Chu Xu (Jia-Yi Chu), Xian-Cong Guo

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Aggie Yu

Publicity Manager

Aggie Yu

Publicity Manager