The "Squid Game" Cast Reunite at the Critics' Choice Awards

The cast of "Squid Game" gathered for yet another red carpet appearance at this year's Critics' Choice Awards. Show stars Lee Jung-jae, HoYeon Jung, Park Hae-soo and creator Hwang Dong-hyuk dressed to the nines for Sunday's ceremony. The Korean Netflix series took home the award for best foreign language series, as well as best actor in a drama series for Jung-jae's performance.

Ahead of the show, Dong-hyuk told Access Hollywood that the cast are "so grateful" to be recognized among this year's nominees and winners and that the feeling is "incredibly rewarding." So far, "Squid Game" has dominated the 2022 award season, raking in accolades at the SAG Awards and Golden Globes, including a historic win for O Yeong-su for best supporting actor in a series at the Golden Globes for his role as Il-nam, aka Player 001.

Off the heels of its breakout success and season two renewal, it's clear "Squid Game" has a bright future with Netflix. Hwang even teased that a third season is already in the works. "I'm in talks with Netflix over season two as well as season three," he said in a December interview with Korean outlet KBS. "We will come to a conclusion any time soon." While we wait for the show to make its highly anticipated return, check out more photos of the "Squid Game" cast's reunion ahead.