The Bear Season 3: All we know

The release date for Bear Season 3 is approaching far faster than you may have imagined. Here is all the information you want about the third installment, including the cast, release window, and other details.

For a brief period, kitchen dramas were in vogue in Hollywood. Audiences were satiated by harsh hierarchies, biting comments, and high-stress environments. However, out of all the series available, none is more adored than the story of a dysfunctional Chicago family restaurant.

Since its 2022 debut on Hulu, The Bear has amassed a devoted following and received widespread acclaim. Now that it has won two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe, fans are eagerly awaiting the release of Season 3.

Here’s everything you need to know about the new season, from updates on the cast to the release date and more. Bon appetit!

When is The Bear Season 3 release date?

The Bear Season 3 will arrive in June 2024, most likely towards the end of the month to match the release schedule of the previous two seasons.

Season 1 and Season 2 landed on the streaming service on the 23rd and 22nd of June, respectively, so it’s expected that Season 3 will follow the same pattern.

If that wasn’t thrilling enough, the program will stick to its past practice of releasing every episode on Hulu on the same day. At the TCA Winter Tour on February 9, FX chairman John Landgraf revealed this information. According to Decider, he said, “We all watched the first season, and it wasn’t lost on me or anyone else who worked on the show that it’s a little anxiety-inducing to watch that show.”

“There’s a really lovely, very uplifting ending for those of you who saw it, so we decided to scrap the whole thing.”

Landgraf went on, “We decided not to change what we had already set in motion, and I have no doubt that we’ll keep doing it because we did it in the past. The way that Chris [Storer] makes it, even though the episodes are separate, there’s a whole vibe to every season.” I doubt we would alter it right now, even if we could.

Production on Season 3 officially kicked off on February 26, with filming commencing in Evanston, Illinois. With filming permits valid only for a week in this location, there’s no doubt the cast and crew will be traveling plenty across the United States—and perhaps globally again like we saw in Season 2—in order to bring the third chapter to life.

On March 14, a source revealed to Variety that there would be a Season 4 of The Bear and that it would film back-to-back with Season 3. However, FX hasn’t confirmed this, so take this with a pinch of salt. That said, if this is true, then whatever goes down in Season 3 will be laying the groundwork for a whole other installment.

The Bear Season 3 cast: Who’ll be in it?

While the cast for The Bear Season 3 has not been confirmed, we can expect to see the likes of Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri, and Ebon Moss-Bachrach return as the leading trio of the show.

Here’s a rundown of who we believe will be in the cast:

  • Jeremy Allen White as Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto
  • Ayo Edebiri as Sydney Adamu
  • Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Richard “Richie” Jerimovich
  • Abby Elliott as Natalie “Sugar” Berzatto
  • Lionel Boyce as Marcus
  • Liza Colón-Zayas as Tina
  • Matty Matheson as Neil Fak
  • Edwin Lee Gibson as Ebraheim
  • Oliver Platt as Uncle Jimmy
  • Chris Witaske as Pete

The huge question mark looms over the guest stars after the stellar cast of Season 2: Jon Bernthal as Mikey, Olivia Colman as Chef Terry, Will Poulter as Luca, Molly Gordon as Carmy’s love interest Claire, Jamie Lee Curtis as Carmy’s mother Donna, Jon Mulaney as Stevie, and Gillian Jacobs as Richie’s ex-wife, Tiff.

These are five guest stars who we want to see in the cast of The Bear Season 3.

Fans of Ayo Edebiri have good news: one of the forthcoming season’s episodes will mark the star’s directorial debut! Although the specific episode she will be directing has not yet been announced, we can be certain that, considering her history in humor

The Bear Season 3 plot: What will it be about?

We can be fairly certain that things will pick up after that bittersweet ending to Season 2, which saw the restaurant become a roaring success, but Carmy needs to make amends with Claire.

The Bear’s debut night is a huge success; everyone adores the cuisine, and Sydney’s father at last accepts that this is “the thing.” It appears like Richie has found a stable place to live and a strong sense of authority that isn’t fabricated or brittle for his own ego. Uncle Jimmy’s financial situation is improving, Ebraheim is ideal for the window station for takeout, and Tina is a fantastic, self-assured sous chef.

Things that may then go wrong do so horribly: After becoming confined in the walk-in refrigerator, Carmy speaks his thoughts a bit too loudly and basically admits to Claire that he doesn’t want to spend any more time with her for “enjoyment and amusement.” Even though they are undoubtedly no longer together, it’s unclear if they have any future intentions to make up for their love.

The main cause for concern is Marcus, who was enjoying The Bear’s success and neglected to check his phone, which was flooded with texts from his mother’s caregiver. One must presume that she died when he was chasing his passion based on a specific filming location for the upcoming season, which would undoubtedly increase his guilt.

What White might offer about the third season was posed in an interview with Variety. To be honest with you, I believe they have written a few screenplays. I’ve never read any,” he declared.

“I’m going to meet with some cooks and spend quite some time together. I think the third season of the show will have a predetermined menu for the restaurant.

Before the first season, all of us put in a lot of work. I attended culinary school and worked in restaurants and other establishments a lot. There wasn’t much cooking in the second season because so much of it was spent setting up the restaurant. However, I believe that the working kitchen environment from the first season will return in the third.

The Bear Season 2 is available to stream on Hulu and Disney Plus now.

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