The series, which captivated everyone with its first installment, will soon see its second season. Here are three series you should watch if you like “Bear”
Series Bear succeeded in Star+ in its first installment with a story Carmy, a chef struggling to transform himself and his family’s sandwich shop, works alongside a team of tough guys who eventually turn out to be his chosen family..
Bear It’s a very intense drama, with wonderfully built characters, where each episode builds up more tension and it’s hard not to watch the whole season in one go.
On Netflix we will find three series similar to “Bear”, which are set in the world of gastronomy. Look.
Entrance: “Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner”
“Chef David Chang explores the cuisine and culture of cities around the world with celebrities.” This documentary is hosted by David Chang, an American chef and businessman who owns the Momofoku restaurant group. Seth Rogen, Kate McKinnon, Chrissy Teigen AND Lena Waithe. It has only 4 chapters and is the perfect series to have fun and eat good food.
Main course: “Family business”
“After learning that France is about to legalize marijuana, a man decides to turn a rundown family butcher shop into France’s first weed coffee shop.” Just like in “Bear”, we see a family trying to run a somewhat ridiculous food business and how that changes various relationships. Now in its three seasons, this French series is the perfect mix of comedy and drama.
Dessert: “The Chef Show
““Actor-director Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi test recipes and cooking techniques and share meals with some of the world’s biggest celebrities in entertainment and dining.” Like our first series, this docuseries brings actors and chefs together once again, giving us hilarious chapters featuring Gwyneth Paltrow, Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr. and many other celebrities tasting different and interesting dishes.