It’s time to return to Chicagoland’s original beef cuisine Hulu announced their popular series, Bear, which returns to the small screen this June. During the commercial break in between The 95th Academy Awards ceremonythe studio did not confirm an exact date for the show’s second season premiere, taking the opportunity to announce it via a short teaser. Christopher Storer. Bear updated soon after The premiere of the first season took place on the platform due to a very positive reception from critics and viewers.

Starring Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, and Ayo Edebiri, the show tells a story Carmen Berzatto (White), an award-winning New York City chef, returns to her hometown of Chicago to run her late brother Michael’s failed restaurant. Moss-Bachrach plays Richard Jerimowicz, the restaurant’s current manager and Michael’s best friend. The couple must learn to work together to keep the restaurant running without the ex-chef’s guidance. In the midst of their adjustment process, an inexperienced chef named Sydney (Debiri) joins the team.


The first season ended on a chaotic note as Richie got into an argument with a guest from his bachelor party at The Beef. Before being sent to prison for aggravated assault, he gives Carmi a letter written by Michael before his death. The letter suggests a new spaghetti recipe that calls for smaller tomatoes than those commonly found in restaurants. When Carmi opens a box of tomatoes needed for a new recipe, she discovers that they are filled with a large amount of cash hidden inside. The team will use the money to open a new restaurant Bear.

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Performances behind the performance

During the interview With Collider itself Christina TurpEbon Moss-Bachrach and Ayo Debiri talked about their experience filming an episode of the series Bear, Here, the actress noted that he “loved it. It was like playing a game. We practiced, and then we just went for it. We made sure to keep it for ourselves and for each other. we had to make. I exploded.” Moss-Bachrach talked about how they had to pay attention to the camera during the performances, saying, “It’s very technical, doing something like that. You have to work the choreography with the camera and the props and the people who set things up behind the camera. The knife had to be set up. and I should have had the blood to go off at the same time.”

You can watch the teaser shared by Hulu below Bear returns this summer: