Launched in June 2022, the series The Bear surprised a lot by bringing a short story, but extremely intense and rich. The work, produced by streaming Hulu, in partnership with FX, conquered a huge audience in its first episodes, which quickly earned it a renewal for a 2nd season. Now, an unpublished teaser released by FX itself, which aired during one of the 2023 Oscar breaks, shows when the series should return for new episodes.
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According to the video (watch below), the 2nd season of The Bear should hit the small screens in June this year, during the North American summer, still without a specific day. As we see in the released images, the main characters of the narrative are preparing to continue where they left off in the season finale of the series’ debut season, when they decide to open a new restaurant.
Will the new venture succeed or will it open the door to a new generalized chaos? Watch the teaser for the second season of The bear:
It’s not a reopening, it’s a rebirth. FX’s The Bear returns this June. Only on Hulu. pic.twitter.com/S2PHlKLRzy
— The Bear (@TheBearFX) March 13, 2023
What is The Bear series about?
Directed by Christopher Storer, The Bear tells the story of Carmen Berzatto, a young and renowned chef who abandons haute cuisine when he inherits his late brother Michael Berzatto’s small diner, which is located in Chicago. Despite being determined to make the place work, the protagonist realizes that the restaurant is much worse than he imagined in every possible way. It is up to him, therefore, to turn around and save the establishment (which seems to have no salvation).
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In its main cast, the series features Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Ayo Edebiri, Lionel Boyce, Liza Colón-Zayas, Edwin Lee Gibson, Corey Hendrix, Abby Elliott, Oliver Platt, Jon Bernthal, among others. By all indications, everyone should return for season 2 of The Bear.
The first season of The bear featured eight episodes, which were released simultaneously on Hulu streaming in the United States. In Brazil, the series can be watched through Star +, Disney’s platform that receives productions from Hulu (which is not available on green and yellow soil).