The Bear season 3 will be released in June
Bear season 3 premieres in June, with FX CEO John Landgraf saying he has “no doubt” it will continue with its release strategy.
Make your reservation! The bear season 3 will return for its third season in June, and the show will likely continue its strategy of releasing each episode at the same time rather than week to week.
FX president John Landgraf announced the news at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. However, Landgraf did not share the exact release date for The bear season 3, or many other details. When asked if he could say whether the new season will have as many high-profile guest stars as last season, Landgraf said, “Unfortunately, I can’t. I was surprised how you were when the Christmas program came through the door.” The program that Landgraf talked about was full of big names, with Jamie Lee Curtis, Gillian Jacobs, John Mulaney, Bob Odenkirk, Sarah Paulson, and Jon Bernthal all appearing.
Landgrad discussed the release strategy for the new season, saying that “no doubt“He would continue to release all the programs at the same time. “It was not lost on me or anyone working on the show that it was a concern,” he said. “So we made the decision to drop the whole thing because it has a beautiful, exciting ending.“
The bear has been a huge success, with the series taking home 10 awards at last month’s Emmy ceremonies, including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Jeremy Allen White), Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Ayo Edebiri), and more.
Speaking to The Date in November, White hopes they can “get as much [guest stars] to come back for one day” just like the last season. White said he would like to see chef Olivia Colman Terry return, as well as Jamie Lee Curtis as Donna, the matriarch of the Berzatto clan. The actor said his dream list of guest stars is ‘introducing Sam Rockwell and John Turturro, both of whom would fit well in a universe The bear.