Behind-The-Scenes Facts About The Bear’s S2 That Will Make You Love It Even More
The amount of effort that goes into making this show is nothing short of phenomenal.
With The Bear Season 1 and the recently released Season 2, the comedy-drama show has received critical acclaim for its compelling storyline and standout performances, especially Jeremy Allen White's portrayal of Carmy.
If you think there are enough reasons to love the show, here are some impressive behind-the-scenes facts about the second season that will make you love it even more.
Ebon Moss-Bachrach And Taylor Swift
In one of the most wholesome scenes of the second season, Richie, Ebon Moss-Bachrach's character, rides in the car and sings Taylor Swift's Love Story. The actor admitted he was unfamiliar with the song and had to learn it, which made him very nervous during the filming of the scene.
Jamie Lee Curtis Is A Fan of The Show
In her latest Instagram post, Jamie Lee Curtis, who joined the cast in season two, admitted that she was already a fan of the show when she got the offer for what she calls "the role of a lifetime."
After watching the first episode of the show, the actress immediately knew she wanted to play her character. We guess we already know who is going to be taking home a Golden Globe with her next year.
Olivia Colman Was A Surprise On The Show
Especially for Ebon Moss-Bachrach, who shared a scene with the actress. Apparently, until two weeks before the episode was filmed, the actor was unaware that Olivia Colman herself had been cast as Chef Terry.
Jon Bernthal’s Improvisation
The season's sixth episode, "Fishes," is probably the show's most intense. With a flashback to the events that took place before the second season, we become witnesses to the dramatic and traumatic dinner.
Apparently, Jon Bernthal, who plays Mikey, did the intense table flip at the end of the episode as an improvisation. The actor was given permission by Christopher to go all out and unleash some wild energy in one take.
Series Creator's Sister Helps With Food On The Show
Courtney Storer, sister of series creator Chris Storer, who has an impressive culinary background, having worked in renowned kitchens such as Verjus in Paris and Jon & Vinny's in Los Angeles, is the show's personal culinary producer. Courtney uses her culinary expertise to create the mouth-watering dishes seen on screen, calling it personal therapy for herself.