Oops! With the huge success of Netflix “Round 6”, fans of the series are looking for hidden links and signals in production. In light of this, the UK Police Department saw the need to rule out a sign pasted on the road across the country, and some began to associate it with the South Korean series.
Police officers from the Thames Valley in the British Territory posted a note on social media to talk about the incident. In the Netflix plot, participants in a dangerous game – let the winner become a millionaire – get a small card drawn with a triangle, a square and a circle.
A local road in the Valley of England has a sign similar to “Round 6”, with the same symbols. In real life, however, images can help warn drivers of changes in flow while working on the road.
“We can assure you that this signature on the M4 Interchange in the Thames Valley will not lead you to the popular Netflix series ‘Round 6’. This only refers to alternate routes along the route …“, Mocked the police in a post this Tuesday (12). The board’s image went viral on social media, sparking curiosity and making fans theorize. Could many people have tried to find a toy called” potato chip 1,2,3 “? Hahaha
Series budget released
A few weeks after its September 17 launch, “Round 6” became the most-watched content in Netflix history, with its 111 million viewers – the previous title holder “Bridgeton” being seen by 82 million users in the first season. Release
The undeniable and sudden success of the South Korean work came as a big surprise to its creator, screenwriter and director Hwang Dong-hyuk, who came out of the “Round 6” paper with a budget of $ 21.4 million. According to Bloomberg, each episode of the series costs about $ 2.4 million, a very small amount compared to products like “The Crown” and “Stranger Things”, which require $ 10 million and $ 8 million per episode, respectively.
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