'Looks good!': Sneak peek from Netflix series 'Beef' starring Ali Wong and Steven Yeun revs up fans
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Netflix is gearing up for releasing a comedy-drama from the popular production house A24, which was behind the whirlwind phenomenon 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'. The upcoming series is titled 'Beef' and it sets to explore the story of road rage between two strangers, which leads to unlocking a trail of disasters as the feud consumes both of them. The upcoming series is created by Lee Sung Jin and stars Steven Yeun as Danny Cho, a failing contractor, and Ali Wong as Amy Lau, a self-made entrepreneur, in the lead roles.
The rest of the cast from the Netflix series includes Joseph Lee as George Nakai, Young Mazino as Paul Cho, David Choe as Isaac Cho, Remy Holt as June Nakai, Patti Yasutake as Fumi Nakai, Justin H. Min as Edwin, Maria Bello as Jordan, Mia Serafino as Mia and Ashley Park as Naomi. The cast also includes Ione Skye, Andrew Santino and Rekstizzy in unnamed roles.
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Sneak peek promises fans a good time
Netflix recently dropped a three-minute sneak peek clip from the upcoming series, titled 'The Inciting Incident'. And the clip shows the start of the feud between the two main characters Danny Cho and Amy Lau. A road rage incidents spins out of control as they unleash havoc through the streets when Danny tries to chase Amy for flipping him off. Despite the wild goose chase, Danny is unable to see how Amy looks. The only way he can identify her is through her number plate that he sees while chasing her. You can watch the clip below:
'Ooo this looks good!'
The glimpse from the series has attracted quite a bit of positive attention online and fans are sharing their thoughts on the clip. One fan extended their support for the show, particularly for Yeun and noted the clip mirrored real-life road rage incidents by adding, "The crazy thing is most Road Rage incidents have went this far in real life before. I'm definitely watching this if you got Steven Yeun in the lead." Another fan noted, "I don't know exactly why yet but this felt like a Key & Peele sketch . Looks great tho". While one fan shared their excitement by adding, "Ooo this looks good!". And another fan chimed in and added, "OMG!! He is incredible and this looks crazy!!"
The crazy thing is most Road Rage incidents have went this far in real life before. I'm definitely watching this if you got Steven Yeun in the lead.— SUPAH BROTHA HOTEP DOT #SHAZAM! (@SsjKDot18) March 18, 2023
I don't know exactly why yet but this felt like a Key & Peele sketch 😂. Looks great tho— JaD (@JaDversary) March 17, 2023
Ooo this looks good!— Doom Maestro (@DaizorenFan) March 18, 2023
OMG!! He is incredible and this looks crazy!!— nancy (@eyemommy442) March 18, 2023
'Wish it was a movie not a show tbh'
One fan shared their excitement by adding, "You just know it's going to be good If it's from A24". While another fan added, "Gunna have to watch". One fan wanted this series to be a movie and shared their thought by adding, "This isn’t a movie??? Is that a joke?". Another fan seconded this opinion by penning, "Wish it was a movie not a show tbh".
You just know it's going to be good If it's from A24— Rash Hour (@TheTrebler) March 17, 2023
Gunna have to watch— Kenobi 🗡 (@SimplyKenobi) March 18, 2023
This isn’t a movie??? Is that a joke?— Ethan Lauren (@etselauren) March 18, 2023
Wish it was a movie not a show tbh— Austin Bitikofer (@BitikoferAustin) March 17, 2023
The upcoming Netflix original series 'Beef' is set to have a total of 10 episodes and the series will be premiere on the streaming platform on April 6, 2023.
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