The Bear Season 3: FX Drops Brand New Teaser, Confirms Carmy’s Dream Comes True in Jeremy Allen White Starrer

Fans are hyped after The Bear social media handles share a cryptic teaser for season three with a message "not a dream anymore"

The Bear Season 3: FX Drops Brand New Teaser, Confirms Carmy’s Dream Comes True in Jeremy Allen White Starrer

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  • The Bear has had a successful run for the past two seasons, becoming a huge hit among the fans and also launched its actor to stardom
  • The show's plot focusing on a award-winning chef, who has taken over the responsibility of The Bear after his brother's passing, resonated with many
  • The show's season 3's teaser came with a message "not a dream anymore" hinting at many possibilities
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The Bear has taken the culinary and entertainment worlds by storm, delivering not only 2 groundbreaking seasons, but also helping actor Jeremy Allen White gain immense fame and bag other major projects. Now that the show is eyeing the release of its third season, a lot of things were revealed in its latest teaser.

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Jeremy Allen White in The Bear
Jeremy Allen White in The Bear. 

In a cryptic teaser on all their official social media handles. The show seems to have confirmed one of Carmy’s biggest dreams has become a reality. Though it is unlikely that the show will reveal any big details in the teaser, there are multiple ways the teaser can be interpreted.

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The Bear has had 2 incredible seasons

Jeremy Allen White in The Bear
Jeremy Allen White in The Bear.

The first season of the show followed White’s Carmy, an award-winning chef who comes home to run his brother’s sandwich shop, after his brother’s passing. The first scene shows the award-winning chef dealing with a chaotic kitchen, left in the wake of his dead brother. This means unpaid bills, stocking issues, and messy finances in general.

The second season picks up where the previous one left off, where the dream of The Bear, as a restaurant begins to take shape. All the horrors and stresses of the restaurant business start to pile up. By the end of the season, The Bear has had a successful night, but at great personal losses and after a significant amount of crises.

Following such shenanigans from the staff at The Bear, Season 3 cannot get here any sooner. The Bear is yet to hit its stride, and plenty of loose threads need to be tied up, while new plotlines will inevitably be introduced.

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The Bear‘s teaser has fans excited for season 3

Jeremy Allen White on The Bear
Jeremy Allen White on The Bear

‘Not a Dream anymore’ are the words that accompany the teaser on The Bear‘s official social media handles.

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The post is divided into two halves, with the top half showing footage of Carmy and Micheal looking over rudimentary sketches of The Bear, while the bottom has Sydney returning to The Bear. Given what the character felt like at the end of Season 2, there are multiple ways it can go in Season 3.

Further, there are multiple ways to interpret the caption of the post. Perhaps it is no longer a dream because it is a tangible reality that is going to make Carmy a lot of money, while also putting him through hell. Which brings us to the other interpretation. Given the the hellish open service (which was a success nonetheless) perhaps it is no longer a dream, but a nightmare.

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With a passion for writing fiction and non fiction content, Anuraag is a Media Science graduate with 2 year's experience with Marketing and Content, with 3 published poetry anthologies. Anuraag holds a Bacherlor's degree in Arts with a focus on Communication and Media Studies.