Jeremy Allen White as Carmen Berzatto and Ayo Edebiri as Sydney Adamu in The Bear season 2

The Teaser For ‘The Bear’ Season 3 Is Here!

When FX released season 1 of The Bear, we were all enamored with Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White). Carmy returned home to Chicago following the death of his brother and got stuck fixing a dying restaurant. Season 1 was about trying to hold on to the past—and specifically about Carmy holding on to the legacy that Mike (Jon Bernthal) left behind. Season 2 was all about rebirth. Ans now fans can get excited because the show has been renewed for season 3!

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Season 2 had Carmy and Syd (Ayo Edebiri) working together to bring their dream of The Bear to what was once The Original Beef of Chicagoland. There is a lot to unpack after a season 2 finale that showed Carmy and Syd’s hard work coming to life at the expense of everything else in their lives. Especially Carmy, who watched his opening night success from inside a locked walk-in fridge.

Following a ruined relationship with Claire (Molly Gordon) and a lot of issues that he continues to avoid working on, there are things that Carmy still has to address that we saw glimpses of in episodes like “Fishes,” when we see the Berzatto family before everything became fractured. While not as anxiety inducing as season 1’s “The Review,” it was still a lot to unpack. Will we have another intense episode in season 3? Who can say.

We have a lot to hope for with season 3 of The Bear, so let’s take a closer look at what we know about our favorite crew’s next chapter so far.

A teaser of my dreams!

The first teaser for The Bear season 3 dropped and brought with it a release date for the show! The teaser just shows Carmy walking into a kitchen and laying out his knifes and the camera then flips directions so that we can see the rest of the restaurant.

It is just Carmy alone in the restaurant and that is all but it is enough to get me excited.

Our favorite kitchen will return … but when?

With the release of the trailer came a date: June 27th. We knew that it was going to come out in June but didn’t have a specific date and the last two seasons also came out at the end of June (both releasing on June 22nd) but it is not that long away!

Who is coming back for season 3?

Alongside Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri, the show stars Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Cousin Richie. In season 2, he became an important part of the team when Carmy sent him to a five-star restaurant to learn what makes a great staff, and it has me excited to see what season 3 holds for Richie. The rest of the cast includes Lionel Boyce, Liza Colón-Zayas, Abby Elliott, and Matty Matheson—all of whom do seem to be returning for season 3.

What made season 2 so special was that the show had so many guest stars who clearly just loved season 1. In “Fishes,” we saw Jamie Lee Curtis as Carmy’s mother as well as an entire cast of actors we know and love filling out the rest of the Berzatto family. Whether that means we’ll have more guest stars in season 3, we don’t know yet.

What does the future hold for Carmy, Syd, and the team The Bear?

The end of season 2 left us with an open restaurant, a Carmy who didn’t know what was best for him, and a team trying to make the best restaurant they could. What that means for season 3 we don’t know. What appeals to me about The Bear is that we never quite know where the series is going to take us and what these characters will be going through when we do see them.

Until we know more about it, at least we know that we’ll be back in Chicago with our faves once more.

(featured image: FX)


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