Probably the greatest and most neglected reveals of 2018, Sweetbitter, is returning for a second season on Starz this summer season. The brand new teaser trailer hints at some thrilling developments within the lives of the staffers on the unnamed Manhattan restaurant on the coronary heart of the present.
Tailored from Stephanie Danler’s novel of the title, Sweetbitter is partially impressed by the creator’s experiences working at Danny Meyer’s Union Sq. Cafe within the early 2000s. The cleaning soap opera-esque first season was filled with particulars that precisely mirrored the rhythms of each day restaurant life, and it seems like this new season will proceed that pattern. This mini-trailer features a carb-heavy household meal, a shot of servers marching into the eating room carrying three large plates in every of their fingers, and some glimpses of the hard-partying employees blowing off steam at bars after work.
Quite a lot of the primary season’s plot revolved round restaurant-world ingenue Tess (performed by Ella Purnell) studying the ropes at her job whereas additionally stumbling out and in of a romantic relationships along with her co-workers Will (Evan Jongikeit) and Jake (Tom Sturridge). Lots of the greatest scenes from Season 1 targeted on Tess’s burgeoning friendship with Simone (Caitlin FitzGerald), an older, considerably mysterious server who turns her onto grownup pleasures like nice wine and fancy grilled cheese sandwiches.
Judging by this new trailer, it seems like Tess and Will are going to reignite their fling in Season 2 and there will certainly be some drama within the kitchen — at one level somebody throws a towel at one of many cooks, and the supervisor Howard (Paul Sparks) yells at a chef as a staffer holds him again. “The town is intimidating — confrontational, virtually,” Tess says within the trailer. “It by no means permits you to settle.”
Watch the teaser above and keep tuned for updates on the launch of Sweetbitter Season 2 as they change into out there.
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