FX reveals in Season 2 of The Bear, Carmy meets a girl

The Bear
Molly Gordon, Jeremy Allen White

The clock is ticking. In just a little over a week our favorite chefs return. FX released another teaser to remind us that we are getting closer to the Season 2 premiere of The Bear.

Take a look at the title of this new teaser… Carmy Meets a Girl.

Carmy is our overzealous, gotta-go-hard-every-day chef played by Jeremy Allen White and the girl is Molly Gordon, new to the series in Season 2. It appears that she may have a history with Carmy — and possibly a future. Gordon will appear in all 10 of the episodes slated for Season 2. She has yet to be introduce, and they have not yet revealed her character’s name on the cast list, but she has our attention. And judging by the way she has Carmy squirming, she has his attention too.

Now, unless you live in a van down by the river, you already know that The Bear is FX’s breakout hit series about food, family, the insanity of the grind, the beauty of Sense of Urgency and the steep slippery downsides. As the young chef Carmy fights to transform both The Original Beef of Chicagoland and himself, he works alongside a rough-around-the-edges kitchen crew that ultimately reveal themselves as his chosen family.

The series stars Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Lionel Boyce, Liza Colón–Zayas, EdwinLee Gibson, Corey Hendrix, Matty Matheson, Richard Esteras, Jose M. Cervantes and Abby Elliott.

The series, cast, and crew of Season 1 raked in an impressive amount of wins during award season from Critics Choice, SAG, WGA, Producer’s Guild, AFI, Penna de Prata, American Cinema Editors, BFE Cut Above, Spirit Awards, and Golden Globes.

Adding to the cast members that we know and love from Season 1, FX announced a few new faces for Season 2. In addition to Gordon’s recurring role, it was announced that Chicago native, Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) has joined the cast for a guest appearance.

In Season 2, co-showrunner and executive producer Christopher Storer said that with the opening of the new restaurant, Carmy and the crew “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. 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 hinted that the new season might have a bit more comedy, “Going into Season 2, we found ourselves leaning a little more into the lighter side, just from the writing perspective.”

We’re about to find out what they have in store for Season 2, and I cannot wait to meet this mystery girl.

The series was created by Christopher Storer, who also serves as executive producer alongside Joanna CaloHiro Murai, and Nate Matteson of Super Frog and JoshSenior, with Tyson Bidner serving as producer and Matty Matheson as co-producer.

The premiere is set for Thursday, June 22 streaming on FX.

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