‘The Bear’ on Hulu: Fans applaud culinary drama, say ‘not getting any work done today’

Ever since 'The Bear' dropped on Hulu, fans have been raving about it


                            ‘The Bear’ on Hulu: Fans applaud culinary drama, say ‘not getting any work done today’
Jeremy Allen White as 'Carmen' in 'The Bear' (Hulu)
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Audiences have always loved watching food based comedy films and series. These shows and movies that are a perfect amalgamation of culinary arts with drama and comedy create an enthralling experience for fans. Hulu’s much talked about series ‘The Bear’ has finally released today. The series has been directed and executively produced by Christopher Storer. The screenplay of the series has been written by both Christopher Storer and Alex O’Keefe. The series is being backed by production company Super Frog and FX Productions.

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The plot of the series revolves around chef Carmen Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White), who comes to Chicago to take charge of his family restaurant ‘The Original Beef Of Chicagoland’ after his brother Mike’s death. There onwards, the series explores his journey - him opening up about his life, his struggles to get the restaurant out of debt and his pain of not meeting his brother. 

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Ever since ‘The Bear’ dropped all eight episodes on Hulu, fans have been constantly applauding the series and raving about the performances on Twitter. "#TheBearFX has Lip from Shameless I’m about to binge," said a fan. "Wow Jon Bernthal on this episode- man this dude makes flashbacks on tv shows and or movies #TheBearFX," another fan said. "I loveeeeeee #TheBearFX. im not getting any work done today," another fan wrote. "'The Bear” positions itself as a perfectly planned series that is exactly how it sets out to be, providing an extraordinary look inside a pro-kitchen. #TheBearFX," added another user.

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"Between the full-court press campaign and the way I just audibly gasped at his face being on the homepage, I'm a little worried we're in a Joplin situation.  #TheBearFX," a fan wrote. "I very much enjoyed (and was stressed out by) FX on Hulu series #TheBear, for which I've seemingly spent years watching reality cooking shows in preparation for," added another fan. "Only day off work this week and #TheBearFX just dropped the whole first season on Hulu! Yeah it’s gonna be a binge a whole season of a show type of day," shared another fan. "Jeremy Allen White proves that he's staying in Chicago, not because he has to, but because he's really good at it. His fast-talking and no-nonsense Carmy has a similar grit and rawness as his Shameless character, and man, is it a joy to revisit. #TheBearFX," noted a fan.

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Overall, ‘The Bear’ is a well-written and compelling culinary drama series which maintains a perfect balance throughout as nothing looks overdone and everything is in sync.