Premiering in 2021, the Korean-made “Squid Game” became Netflix’s most popular series in less than two-weeks.
Out of the series’ 9 episodes (so far), 8FLiX is proud to offer, for your consideration, the English version script of the season finale. More are on the way, but for now take a look at what we do have.
Remember, these are not transcripts. They are script-proper teleplays. Let me explain the difference.
TRANSCRIPT, SCRIPT, TELEPLAY
A teleplay, or script, is very similar to a screenplay. Basically, it’s what the cast and crew follow when filming.
A transcript is sort of a like written log of speech — or the on-screen dialogue of actors. Rarely is there contextual information.
The biggest difference between the two is that a teleplay gives context to the dialogue. Location identifiers, time of day, interaction with props and other actors give the reader a better understanding.
A transcript is a great resource when pairing it with the video itself. A teleplay, however, immerses the reader. It’s almost like reading a novel.
HOW TO READ A SQUID GAME SCRIPT
If you’re an avid book reader, then the format of a script, teleplay and screenplay may be a little jarring at first. But, once you’ve read a few pages you’re very likely to get into the flow and be able to enjoy it like you would a novel. The more scripts you read, the easier it will become.
Okay, so I think we’re done here. Check back as often as you’d like. We’re always adding scripts to the database and updating older versions with newer ones if and when thy come in.
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Oh, one more thing. You can print any “Squid Game” script. Some of our users have printed our scripts and then got them autographed at fan conventions.
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