The limited series Beef from the creator and executive producer Lee Sung Jin, has swept the award ceremonies for the 2023-24 season. The just-concluded weekend was crowned with several awards at the Screen Actors Guild SAG, the Spirit Awards 2024, and the Producers Guild PGA.

And apparently the winning streak could continue, since everything seems to indicate that Lee Sung Jin is considering a second season of the original series of Netflix y A24.

According to reports from Deadline, the creator is considering an exciting group of actors as the next leads. Is about Cailee Spaeny (Priscilla), Charles Melton (May December), Anne Hathaway (Mothers’ Instinct), y Jake Gyllenhaal (Road House). Spaeny and Melton would play one couple, and Hathaway and Gyllenhaal the other.

If the signings go through, this would mark an on-screen reunion for Hathaway and Gyllenhaal, who co-starred in the romantic drama, Love & Other Drugs (2011), and the acclaimed Brokeback Mountain (2005).

The outlet reveals that there are no signed deals yet, however, a handful of scripts for a limited season have just been delivered, or are about to be delivered, and both Netflix and A24 are set to film a second season in late summer or early fall.

The news began to circulate on the weekend of the awards mentioned above.

The first season of Beef centered on a traffic incident between two strangers (a failed contractor played by Steve Yeun, and a disgruntled businesswoman played by Ali Wong) that sparks a conflict that brings out the darker side of both of them.

In addition to his wins at the Spirit Awards, SAG and PGA, Beef It was crowned with 8 Emmy Awards, including Best Limited or Anthology Series, and recognitions for Wong and Yeun, and Jin as writer and director.


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