UK audiences will soon be able to watch the bear

The high-stakes summer kitchen drama Bear has been a hot topic in America. The hit series, which airs globally on Hulu, tells the story of young chef Carmen "Cami" Berzato (Jeremy Allen White), who leaves her hip cooking job in New York to Chicago runs the sandwich shop run by his late brother. It was a career change that had an impact on Kami and those around him.

The show has become a buzz on Twitter, with fans sharing their thoughts on everything from the food on display to the lead actor's rather comfortable T-shirt. Not only does White not shy away from the spotlight, he also loves his character. "If you're really good at something, it's very attractive... I understand people have a crush on Carmy. I guess I have a little crush on Carmy," he told GQ .

British audiences have been largely left out of the conversation so far, but that's set to change as Bear premieres on Disney+ in the UK and Ireland on October 5. You'll be able to see White dominate the screen, starring alongside Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Ayo Edebiri, and real-life chef Marty Matty Matheson, who plays handyman Neil Fak.

Speaking to Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show, " White explained how they recreated it under the guidance of Matheson and chef Courtney Stoller (sister of showrunner Christopher Stoller) Subtle kitchen ambience. "We did our homework. We have these great chefs. The authenticity comes from these people," White said. To prepare for the role, the actor also spent time observing real chefs in the kitchen. According to InStyle, the production team sent him to cooking school before the show.

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