Netflix’s universally acclaimed dark comedy series helmed by Korean director Lee Sung Jin became a worldwide sensation when the ten-part series premiered. Although the series was only recently launched, fans are now earnestly looking forward to the next season. But has the series been renewed? Let’s find out.
As of yet, Netflix has yet to officially renew Beef for a second season run. But given the massive popularity of the series, fans are optimistic that the series would be back for more.
Series creator and executive producer Lee Sung Jin relayed his plans about the prospect of the show during his conversation with Rolling Stone. Though he states that he wanted to be certain that the finale feels definitive, Lee further went on to say that “we would be blessed with a season 2” and also reveals that there are plenty of ways for Danny and Amy to go on, pointing out that he has at least three seasons “mapped out.” Lee says:
“I wanted it to have a conclusive feel just in case, but there are a lot of ideas on my end to keep this story going. I think should we be blessed with a Season Two, there’s a lot of ways for Danny and Amy to continue. I have one really big general idea that I can’t really say yet, but I have three seasons mapped out in my head currently.”
With that said, fans wouldn’t have to worry about getting a second season because the series is definitely getting a new season.
Beef Season 2 Release Date
Currently, there is no concrete information when it comes to the second season’s release date. Nevertheless, the series is still yet to be confirmed but Beef will return with a new season at some point.
If we have to predict an air date, it is most likely that season two of Beef would be out sometime in 2024 at the earliest.
The Cast of Beef Season 2
The cast members that are highly expected to reprise their roles in the second season of Beef include:
- Steven Yeun in the role of Danny Cho
- Ali Wong will be back as Amy Lau
- Joseph Lee will portray George Nakai
- Young Mazino will depict Paul Cho
- David Choe will illustrate Isaac Cho
- Patti Yasutake in the character of Fumi Nakai
What Can We Expect in Season 2 of Beef?
The specific plot details have not been shared about the second season of Beef. However, series creator Lee Sung Jin who also serves as an executive producer dropped some hints on what fans can expect on the potential next season during his interview with Rolling Stone. He did mention that if season two of Beef is greenlit, the story would focus on Danny Cho and Amy Lau. Apart from that there is no further information. But hopefully, we get more details in the coming days when filming for the new season takes place. Stay tuned!
Where to Watch Beef?
Season One of Beef, consisting of ten episodes, is currently available to stream on Netflix.