Jeremy Allen White Says “The Bear” Will Go Back to Its Roots in Season 3

Jeremy Allen White in
Jeremy Allen White in "The Bear"

FX’s hit series The Bear was renewed for its third season earlier this year, and its star Jeremy Allen White recently dropped some hints about the next chapter. The Golden Globe winner revealed that the culinary dramedy will go back to its roots in the upcoming third season.

The first season of The Bear mostly took place inside the kitchen and showed the young chef Carmy Berzatto leaving the fine dining world behind to run his family’s sandwich shop in Chicago. The series shifted the gears in Season 2 and saw Carmy and the gang build a new restaurant from the ground up after closing The Beef for good.

White, who is currently busy promoting his new film The Iron Claw, revealed what the future has in store in a recent interview with Variety and said that The Bear will go back to its roots.

“For the second season, so much of it was about putting the restaurant together, so there wasn’t that much cooking. But now, in the third season, I think we’re going to go back to that functioning kitchen atmosphere that we had in the first,” said White.

He also revealed that he’ll get together with some chefs to prepare for Season 3, the same he did the first time around, when he went to culinary school and spent a lot of time in restaurants.