Hulu‘s “The Bear” is causing quite a stir among both critics and viewers. With a flawless 100% score on the Tomatometer at Rotten Tomatoes, this new season has managed to captivate every single critic who’s had the pleasure of reviewing it. Not only that, but it’s following in the footsteps of its acclaimed first season, which also boasted a perfect score from Rotten Tomatoes critics.
But that’s not all – the audience is just as enamored with the show! Season 2 currently boasts an impressive 93% audience score, which is even higher than the already impressive 91% of its predecessor. It’s clear that “The Bear” has found the perfect recipe to satisfy its viewers’ appetite for quality entertainment.
And what’s the secret ingredient that makes “The Bear” so irresistible? Well, according to Joshua Rivera of Polygon, it’s all about exceptional performances and attention to detail. The characters come alive on screen, and every line of dialogue is delivered with authenticity against the bustling backdrop of a busy kitchen. It’s a feast for the senses!
Therese Lacson of Collider commends the show for its evolution in the second season, likening it to a beautifully crafted dish served in a refined restaurant. As the series continues to grow and polish its storytelling, it leaves the audience hungry for more delectable episodes.
Akos Peterbencze of Paste Magazine wholeheartedly agrees, praising “The Bear” as one of the best original shows on TV. Although the writing may have taken a slight backseat this time, the powerhouse performances from the talented cast keep the show roaring with excitement and emotion.
“The Bear,” created by Christopher Storer, stars the remarkable Jeremy Allen White as a young chef determined to keep his family sandwich shop running after a tragic loss. Alongside White, the series features a stellar ensemble cast, including Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Ayo Edebiri, Lionel Boyce, Liza Colon-Zayas, Abby Elliott, and Matty Matheson. And let’s not forget the star-studded guest appearances in Season 2, with names like Will Poulter, Robert Townsend, Bob Odenkirk, and Jamie Lee Curtis joining the culinary party.
The accolades don’t end there! Season 1 of “The Bear” had already garnered tremendous acclaim, earning Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice Awards for Jeremy Allen White’s exceptional performance. With the bar set high, Season 2 is expected to be a major contender at the upcoming Primetime Emmy Awards.
“The Bear” has proven to be an outstanding success beyond expectations, as FX Entertainment President Eric Schrier humbly expressed when the show was renewed for Season 2. The brilliant work of creator and co-showrunner Christopher Storer, along with co-showrunner Joanna Calo, has clearly paid off, and the cast’s performances have left a lasting impression on both critics and audiences alike.