Paramount+ has unveiled the official trailer and artwork for the acclaimed South Korean dystopian thriller series “BARGAIN.” All six episodes are set to premiere on Thursday, October 5, across multiple regions including the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia, and more. The series follows a chilling plot where men are drawn to a remote hotel with promises of intimate encounters, only to become victims of a trafficking scheme auctioning their organs. After an earthquake strikes, victims, traffickers, and buyers are trapped in the damaged building, fighting for survival at any cost. Starring Jin Sun-kyu, Jun Jong-seo, and Chang Ryul, “BARGAIN” is an adaptation of a short film by director Lee Chung-hyun. The series, co-written by Choi Byeong-yun and Kwak Jae-min, is co-executive produced by Byun Seungmin and Bang Jin Ho. Developed through a partnership between Paramount+ and TVING, “BARGAIN” has earned critical acclaim and awards, making it a compelling addition to the thriller genre.
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Experience the gripping narrative of "BARGAIN," a South Korean dystopian thriller on Paramount+. Debuting with all episodes on October 5, this series follows a chilling premise. Men enticed by sexual encounters find themselves ensnared in a trafficking web, where their organs are auctioned off. A catastrophic earthquake traps victims, traffickers, and buyers in a crumbling building, forcing them to confront a dire reality. Starring Jin Sun-kyu, Jun Jong-seo, and Chang Ryul, this adaptation of director Lee Chung-hyun's short film delves into desperation, survival, and the darkness that can engulf humanity. As chaos unfolds within the building's confines, "BARGAIN" explores the boundaries of morality and the lengths people will go to endure.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.