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On 5 October, the Series “The Bear” Launches on Disney+

MOVIE NEWS – Disney+’s new show, the critically acclaimed “The Bear”, will be available from 5 October. When it premieres, the full 8-part series will be available to watch. It is part of Disney+’s autumn line-up.

 

“The Teddy Bear” tells the story of Carmen Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White), a young chef moving in fine dining circles, who returns home to Chicago after the tragic death of her brother to take over the family sandwich shop, ” The Original Beef of Chicagoland”.

Carmy must balance the soul-killing reality of small business ownership, a strong-willed and resistant kitchen staff, and strained family relationships in an environment so different from her previous life while dealing with the aftermath of her brother’s suicide. also.

The series is about food, family, the madness of hard work, and the beauty of driving. As young chef Carmy works to transform “The Original Beef of Chicagoland” and himself, he must deal with a tough kitchen team who eventually becomes his second family.

Jeremy Allen White, who plays the main role, about his experiences.

The half-hour comedy series co-stars alongside White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach (“Richard ‘Richie’ Jerimovich”), Ayo Edebiri (“Sydney Adamu”), Abby Elliott (“Natalie ‘ Sugar’ Berzatto”), Lionel Boyce (“Marcus”), Liza Colón-Zayas (“Tina”), Edwin Lee Gibson (“Ebraheim”) and Matty Matheson (“Neil Fak”). The creator of “The Teddy Bear” is Christopher Storer (“Ramy”, “Eighth Grade”), who is also the executive producer of the series Joanna Calo (“BoJack Horseman”, “Undone”), Hiro Murai (Atlanta, Station Eleven), Nate Matteson ( Eleven Station, The Choe Show) and Josh Senior. Tyson Bidner (“Ramy”) is producing and Matty Matheson is co-producing. The series was created by FX Productions and will continue with a second season soon.

The Bear” is Part of Disney+‘s fall lineup, which includes “Candy” (October 12) starring Jessica Biel strong> and “Rosaline” (October 14), which deals with the story of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Season 2 of The Mysterious Society of Benedict can be seen on Disney+ from October 26.
Source: Disney Plus press release

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