Netflix announces the dark comedy series “Beef” with Steven Yeun and Ali Wong and already shows you a trailer. Read more about what you can expect in the series here.
- The dark comedy series “Beef” starts on April 06, 2023 on Netflix.
- In addition to the main actors Ali Wong and Steven Yeun, Ashley Park, Joseph Lee and other stars also play a role.
- A car incident leads to a devastating feud between two hotheads.
The comedy series “Beef” awaits you on streaming provider Netflix in April 2023 and promises biting dialogue and two excellent lead actors. The series has been cast with “The Walking Dead” star Steven Yeun and comedienne Ali Wong (“American Housewife”) and features other Asian-American stars in supporting roles. Netflix has now released a trailer for the first season and the start date has also been set.
Beef: Start Date
The 1st season of “Beef” you can see from 06 April 2023 on Netflix. The comedy series consists of ten episodes, each of which is about 40 minutes long.
“Beef” is about the unsuccessful contractor Danny Cho (Steven Yeun), who one day clashes in traffic with the self-made entrepreneur and mother Amy Lau (Ali Wong). The latter outwardly leads a storybook life, but its facade gradually begins to crumble after the collision.
It does not remain with the one argument in the car, because in the course of the series, the two get more and more on each other and find no peace. This not only affects their own stress levels, but also their relationships.
The trailer shows the first clash between the two main characters and how things escalate over time. Also, Amy Lau seems to have a secret, as she can be seen wearing different wigs. You’ll find out what it’s all about at the beginning of April on Netflix.
Beef: Cast and Production
The series stars Oscar-nominated Steven Yeun and comedy actress Ali Wong. Other roles also feature Ashley Park (“Emily in Paris”), Joseph Lee, Young Mazino (“New Amsterdam”), David Choe and Patti Yasutake. They are joined by Maria Bello (“Navy CIS”), Justin H. Min (“The Umbrella Academy”), Andrew Santino (“Dave”) and Rek Lee.
“Beef” was created by Lee Sung Jin (“Undone”) and produced by the A24 channel. Steven Yeun, Ali Wong, Jake Schreier and Matthew Medlin also served as producers.
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