Where to Stream the Smash Hulu Series “The Bear” Online: How to Watch

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There is something in FX’s new original series The Bear, streaming right now on Hulu, for everyone, whether you have experience in the kitchen, have a thing for cooks in classic white tees, or just appreciate watching a nice dish of food get put together on TV.

After receiving a lot of attention from both inside and outside the food community, Christopher Storer’s dramatic eight-part series The Bear has come to an end with the release of episode eight. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch The Bear online, now streaming television that has been rated as the most stressful.

The announcement of Season 2 and the bear release date

The Bear’s whole first season debuted on Hulu on June 23, and Hulu said on July 14 that The Bear had been renewed for Season 2 of the show.

ON TV: HOW TO WATCH THE BEAR

Since The Bear is a Hulu exclusive, you cannot watch The Bear on TV via traditional cable. You can stream The Bear on your Roku Stick, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K, or other streaming device via the Hulu app if you want to view it on a TV.

VIEWING DIRECTORY FOR THE BEAR ONLINE

The Bear is currently the only online television program available through Hulu. Here are the current Hulu subscription options and prices for stream The Bear.

1. Watch The Bear on Hulu.com (BASIC PLAN)

The Bear may be viewed for the least amount of money on Hulus’ entry-level package, which costs costs $6.99 per month (or $69.99 per year). Although there are commercial breaks in this plan, you have access to the entire first season as well as a wide choice of other films, television programs, and Hulu-only series including The Handmaid’s Tale and Nine Perfect Strangers.

Buy:Hulu (Basic Plan)at$6.99

2. Watch The Bear on Hulu.com (NO ADS)

The platform’s ad-free membership is possibly the best Hulu package and the best option to stream The Bear in one sitting. Without any commercial breaks, you have complete access to all of the on-demand media for only $12.99 per month.

Buy:Hulu (Ad-Free Plan)at$12.99

3. Watch The Bear on Hudl Live TV.

Choose Hulu Live TV if you want live TV. You may view 75 well-known TV stations live for classic white tees0, plus you receive free access to ESPN and classic white tees1. That’s in addition to the entire basic plan’s on-demand material. Watch The Bear online with Hulu Live TV, then switch to watching live TV with the same service.

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4. Watch The Bear on Hudl Live TV (NO ADS)

The top-tier Hulus package is Hulu Live TV (No Ads), which gives you free access to ESPN and Disney as well as live TV streaming and on-demand video without advertisements. The pricing of Hulu Live TV (Ad-Free) is classic white tees3.

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HOW TO GET FREE ONLINE ACCESS TO THE BEAR

The Bear can be seen online for free, even though Hulu is ostensibly a paid service. You will have plenty of time to watch the entire series if you subscribe to Hulus’ basic plan or its upgraded No Ads plan, which both give ample classic white tees5.

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THE BEAR: CAST, EPISODE COUNT

Jeremy Allen White is the star of The Bear, which also stars Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Ayo Edebiri, Lionel Boyce, Liza Coln-Zayas, and Abby Elliott. White portrays Carmy Berzatto, who relocates to Chicago to take over management of his late brother Michael’s run-down River North restaurant, The Original Beef of Chicagoland. Michael recently committed suicide. Eight episodes of The Bear, which follows the lives of the cooks and Carmy as he bumps into them while trying to operate the restaurant like a gourmet dining facility, were released.

Christopher Storer, who also helmed the coming-of-age drama Eighth Grade and the lauded television series classic white tees7, is the director of the Hulu series.

FOOD-RELATED Series AND MOVIES LIKE THE BEARIf you’re seeking more food-related shows and movies like The Bear, you can keep drooling over tantalizing dishes and high-stakes drama with these top options.

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Chef Carl Casper (Jon Favreau) decides to leave fine dining behind after a disagreement with the owner of his restaurant. He then finds himself in possession of an old food trick, which he exploits to develop a concept that is influenced by Cuba. He travels the nation in search of rekindling his former love of cooking with his small kid and best friend. Additionally, the sight with the grilled cheese is breathtaking.

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Two. GENTEFIED (NETFLIX)

Joseph Julian Soria, Joaquin Cosio, and Carlos Santos in 'Gentefied'.

Gentefied stars Carlos Santos, J.J. Soria, and Joaquin Cosio.
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Three Mexican-American cousins are followed in the Netflix series Gentefied as they struggle to run their family’s taco shop in Los Angeles while coping with the difficulties of encroaching gentrification on their neighborhood (which had a fantastic two-season run before being abruptly cancelled by Netflix earlier this year). Gentefied is the season for you if you enjoy topics related to food and family.

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3. NO BOOKINGS (AMAZON PRIME)

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In the movie No Reservations, Catherine Zeta-Jones plays a career-driven chef who, after the death of her sister, is appointed the little niece (Abigail Breslinlegal )’s guardian. It follows a lot of the same themes about how much we dedicate ourselves to our profession above our loved ones, even if it transitions more into a workplace romantic comedy when a new sous-chef threatens to take over her kitchen (sounds familiar?).

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PARTS UNKNOWN by Anthony Bourdain (HBO MAX)

Anthony Bourdain with W. Kamau Bell in Nairobi, Kenya, on February 25, 2018.

On February 25, 2018, Anthony Bourdain and W. Kamau Bell were in Nairobi, Kenya.
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No one did it as well as Bourdain. This Emmy Award-winning show followed Bourdain across the world as he traveled to explore a region of the world rarely shown on American television before his untimely death shook the culinary community in 2018. He traveled the world showcasing foods, cultures, and the people who created them with a passion and respect that are unmatched. This was an outgrowth of his renowned Travel Channel series No Reservations. With incredibly well-chosen stops, you may travel anywhere, from Libya and Myanmar to Koreatown in Los Angeles.

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RATATOUILLE 5. (DISNEY )

RATATOUILLE, Remy (voice: Patton Oswalt), Emile (voice: Peter Sohn), 2007. Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett Collection

RATATOUILLE, Emile (voiced by Peter Sohn), and Remy (voiced by Patton Oswalt), 2007. Walt Disney Company; thanks Collection Everett

Everett Collection/Walt Disney Company

Want a healthier approach to kitchen chaos? You need go no further than Pixar’s brave (and delectable) story of a rat named Remy (Patton Oswalt) who dreams big about cooking and works with a socially awkward dishwasher in his favorite chef’s restaurant, Gusteaus, to make those ambitions come true. While The Bear’s profanity and near-altercations are absent, the fast-paced tension of a dinner service at a classy French restaurant and related themes of discovered family are still present.

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