The Bear season 3 trailer teases intense drama in the kitchen

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30 May 2024, 14:31

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New trailer for FX's hit, The Bear, show drops with major surprises.

Get read to put your aprons on once again, as there is both dramatic and kitchen related mess coming your way!

The culinary chaos of The Bear is back for a sizzling third season, and if the new trailer is anything to go by, we’re in for a feast of drama, tension, and kitchen nightmares.



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The critically acclaimed, Emmy® Award-winning comedy series from FX will premiere on Disney+ in the UK on June 27, with all 10 episodes available right off the bat.

So, clear your schedules and prep your snacks because it's going to be a binge-worthy ride!

Season three picks up with our favourite frazzled chef, Carmen "Carmy" Berzatto, played by the brilliantly intense Jeremy Allen White.

This time, Carmy is pushing himself harder than ever to turn his beef stand, The Bear, into a fine dining establishment worthy of a Michelin star.

Set to the classic tune of The Rolling Stones' Mixed Emotions, the trailer teases that Carmy is not just battling kitchen fires but also the burning pressure that comes with his lofty ambitions.

Joining Carmy in this culinary battlefield is the ever-determined Sydney Adamu, portrayed by Ayo Edebiri, and the hilariously unpredictable Richard "Richie" Jerimovich, played by Ebon Moss-Bachrach.

Sydney, who gets a promotion to official business partner this season, faces her own challenges as Carmy’s standards soar to near-impossible heights.

The trailer hints at trouble ahead, with glimpses of financial strain and fraught relationships.

Carmy's romance with Claire seems to be hanging by a thread, and the financial viability of The Bear is constantly in question.

It’s a high-stakes game in the restaurant industry, where every second counts, and our chefs are finding out if they have what it takes to survive another day.

This season is all about the core team and their struggle to elevate The Bear to new culinary heights.

With no word yet on any guest stars, it seems the focus is firmly on the intense dynamics within the kitchen.

But don’t count out a surprise cameo or two—after all, this is The Bear, and it loves to keep us guessing!

The show’s past success is nothing short of spectacular.

Last year, The Bear swept the Primetime Emmy Awards, taking home trophies for Outstanding Comedy Series and acting awards for Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, and Ayo Edebiri.

Given the show’s critical acclaim and loyal fanbase, it’s a safe bet that more accolades are on the horizon when nominations are announced on July 17, with the ceremony set for September 15.

And let’s not forget the impressive off-screen success of The Bear’s stars.

Jeremy Allen White has made waves in the film industry with his role in The Iron Claw and is set to star in an upcoming Bruce Springsteen biopic.

Meanwhile, Ebon Moss-Bachrach is gearing up to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Ben Grimm/The Thing in The Fantastic Four.

Ayo Edebiri is also branching out, set to appear in the Julia Roberts thriller After the Hunt.

While the kitchen at The Bear may be a boiling pot of stress and ambition, behind the scenes, the show continues to cook up success and excitement.

Created by Christopher Storer and produced by a stellar team including Josh Senior, Joanna Calo, Cooper Wehde, Tyson Bidner, Matty Matheson, and Hiro Murai, The Bear has become a must-watch series, praised for its sharp writing, compelling characters, and realistic portrayal of the culinary world.

As we gear up for the return of Carmy and his crew, one thing is clear: Season three of The Bear is set to serve up a hearty helping of drama, laughs, and maybe even a few tears.

So, get ready to dive back into the fast-paced, high-pressure world of The Bear.

It’s a recipe for television gold, and we can’t wait to see what’s on the menu!

The Bear is available to stream on Hulu in the US and Disney+ in the UK. Season 3 premieres on June 27.