Jeremy Allen White Teases ‘The Bear’ Season 3: Carmy “Never Seems To Be Able To Apologize Very Well”


Jeremy Allen White is teasing The Bear Season 3 and revealing that his character Carmy will continue making similar mistakes in the new season.

“He never seems to be able to apologize very well,” White told Deadline during the show’s premiere at El Capitan Theatre. “You see Carmy make some similar mistakes this year. When he leaves that walk-in he feels like he let everybody down. He’s filled with a lot of guilty, a lot of shame.”

To get an idea of how Carmy will be in Season 3, White said his character will be similar “to the Carmy you saw after the episode ‘Review’ in the first season where I think he embarrassed himself with how he treated everybody.”

White continued, “Instead of facing it and trying to treat it and apologize, I think he buries himself back in his work and he pushes himself and everybody else around him thinking that, that is what they want or what they might need.”

White’s co-star Ayo Edebiri teased that she cried after reading Episode 6 of The Bear Season 3.

The Bear Season 3 premieres on June 27 on Hulu and will drop all ten episodes at once.

“We all watched the first season and it wasn’t lost on me or anyone else who worked on the show that it’s a little anxiety-inducing to watch that show and anxiety-inducing are not the adjectives typically associated with hit television shows and Emmy awards. So we made a decision that we would drop the whole thing because, for those of you who saw it, it has a really beautiful, very uplifting ending,” FX boss John Landgraf said earlier this year at TCA.

The show’s cast also includes Ebon Moss-Bachrach’s Richard “Richie” Jerimovich, Abby Elliott, Lionel Boyce, Liza Colón-Zayas,, and Matty Matheson, with Oliver Platt and Molly Gordon in recurring roles.

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