The Bear will be reopening its restaurant doors this June on Hulu, it was announced in a Season 2 teaser that aired during the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday.
The FX on Hulu dramedy’s creative team teased the upcoming season at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in January. With the opening of the new restaurant, Carmy & Co. “think they’re starting from a healthy place, but a restaurant, like a lot of other businesses, just creates the same amount of problems and the same amount of headaches every day,” co-showrunner and executive producer Christopher Storer said. “So we see them have to step up in certain ways, in some ways regressing, but hopefully coming back together to open this thing by a very specific date.”
Co-showrunner/EP Joanna Calo also hinted that the new episodes might be more comedic than dramatic. “Going into Season 2, we found ourselves leaning a little more into the lighter side, just from the writing perspective,” Calo shared.
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