Jeremy Allen White, Iwo Edibiri Spar

Karmi and his pals return in the first promo for Season 3 of “The Bear.” (Looks like he didn’t freeze to death in that freezer!)

When the prodigy chef, played by Jeremy Allen White, opens the new restaurant alongside Sydney (Ayo Edebiri) and Richie (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), they find themselves sparring once again.

“This is a dysfunctional kitchen,” Sydney says, to which Carmi and Richie respond in unison: “Show me a functional kitchen!”

All episodes of the award-winning FX drama are scheduled to be released on June 27 and will be available to stream on Hulu.

Season 2 of “The Bear” saw Carmie (Jeremy Allen White), Sydney (Ayo Edebiri) and Richie (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) work together to transform their sandwich shop into a fine-dining restaurant. The cast also includes Lionel Boyce, Mattie Matheson, Lisa Colon-Zayas, and Abby Elliott. Season 2 also introduced Jamie Lee Curtis as Donna Berzato, Carmi’s mother, and included cameos from John Mulaney, Sarah Paulson, Jon Bernthal, Will Poulter, Gillian Jacobs, Bob Odenkirk, Olivia Colman, Sarah Ramos, Donny Madea, Joel McHale, and Alex Moffat . .

White spoke to diverse Last year about his preparations for Season 3, he said, “I know I’m going to spend a fair amount of time in January meeting with some of the chefs. I think there’s going to be a menu dedicated to the restaurant in Season 3. I know I’m going to start putting together that menu with… Different chefs and cooking and trying to get ready to do more of that stuff on camera. We all did a lot of prep before the first season. I went to culinary school and spent a lot of time in restaurants and stuff and then, for the second season, a lot of it was putting the restaurant together So there wasn’t a lot of cooking, but now, in Season 3, I think we’re going back to the hands-on kitchen atmosphere that we had in Season 1.

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White went on to explain what it was like working with Curtis in Season 2, saying: “She was so excellent, so prepared. She understood Donna in that way before she even stepped foot on the set. It’s a very difficult thing to do, even for well-known actors like Jimmy, to They enter a world and make a decision very quickly, embodying the character and fitting into the environment that has already been created.

“The Bear” was created and executive produced by Christopher Storer. Additional executive producers include Joanna Callow, Matty Matheson, Hiro Murai and Josh Senior.

Watch the trailer below.

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