Film and TV

Yes Chef! ‘The Bear’ serves up season two this July to Disney+ Australia

Get ready for a second helping of “The Bear.” You know it’s a good show when you start considering dressing up as a chef for your next dress up party.

Get your chef hats and aprons ready because the much-awaited second season of FX’s sensational hit series, “The Bear,” is about to grace our screens on July 19. Where can I watch The Bear you ask?  Same place as last time, exclusively on Disney+ in Australia.

The first season of ‘The Bear’ treated viewers to a phenomenal soundtrack that infused on-screen moments with irresistible beats and harmonies, leaving audiences craving more than just the flavours on their screens.

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So brace yourselves for a delectable feast of all 10 episodes, serving up a binge-worthy extravaganza that will leave fans hungry for more. And to whet your appetite, the stunning key art has also been unveiled.

In this new season, we continue to follow the captivating journey of Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (played by the talented Jeremy Allen White), Sydney Adamu (the brilliant Ayo Edebiri), and Richard “Richie” Jerimovich (the charismatic Ebon Moss-Bachrach) as they embark on a mission to transform their humble sandwich joint into a culinary oasis.

Stripping the restaurant down to its bare bones, our trio embarks on transformational personal journeys, confronting their pasts and shaping their future selves.

But it turns out that running a restaurant is no piece of cake, especially when you’re opening a new one. Our dynamic team finds themselves juggling the maddening red tape of permits and contractors while grappling with the blissful agony of crafting a tantalizing menu. As they navigate this transition, they rediscover the essence of true hospitality.

The entire staff must come together in extraordinary ways, pushing their limits and fostering deeper connections, all while learning the art of service—to both their patrons and each other.

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Alongside the exceptional talents of White, Edebiri, and Moss-Bachrach, the half-hour series boasts an incredible ensemble cast. Joining the culinary escapades are Abby Elliott, Lionel Boyce, Liza Colón-Zayas, and the incomparable Matty Matheson. Additionally, the second season introduces the talents of Edwin Lee Gibson, Oliver Platt, and the rising star Molly Gordon in recurring roles.

Notably, the critically acclaimed series garnered numerous accolades during its inaugural season. It was recognized as an AFI TV Program of the Year and received prestigious awards such as the WGA Award, PGA Award, Film Independent Spirit Award, American Cinema Editors Award, and ACE Eddie Award.

Jeremy Allen White’s outstanding comedic performance also earned him well-deserved recognition, as he triumphed at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards, and Critics Choice Awards.

“The Bear” was masterfully created by Christopher Storer, known for his exceptional work on “Ramy” and “Eighth Grade.” Storer serves as an executive producer alongside Joanna Calo, the brilliant mind behind “BoJack Horseman” and “Undone,” as well as Hiro Murai from Super Frog, renowned for his contributions to “Atlanta” and “Station Eleven.”