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Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan Are Being Considered for Season 2 of Beef, After Different A-List Couples Failed

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Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan are in negotiations to potentially appear in the second season of the hit Netflix series Beef.

Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan are in negotiations to potentially appear in the second season of the hit Netflix series Beef.

According DeadlineIsaac, 45, and Mulligan, 39, could star in the sequel, in which two couples face off.

The first season of the show starred Ali Wong and Steven Yeun.

The second season has not yet been greenlit, but creator Lee Sung Jin is reportedly working on the story.

Earlier this year, Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway were in talks to play the lead roles, but the outlet reports that “ultimately did not come to fruition.”

Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan are in negotiations to potentially appear in the second season of the hit Netflix series Beef.

According to Deadline, Isaac, 45, and Mulligan, 39, could star in the sequel, in which two couples face off.

According to Deadline, Isaac, 45, and Mulligan, 39, could star in the sequel, in which two couples face off.

May December star Charles Melton and Priscilla actress Cailee Spaeny are being considered to play the other couple.

Wong starred in the first season of the limited series as a small business owner of Chinese descent drawn into an escalating cycle of revenge and self-sabotage after a road rage incident involving a Korean-American contractor (Yeun).

The series won numerous accolades for its writing and lead actors, including five Primetime Emmy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, four Critics’ Choice Awards, two SAG Awards, and trophies at the Independent Spirit and Producers Guild Awards.

It was previously said that Netflix and A24 wanted production on the second season to begin in late summer or come under the direction of showrunner and executive producer Lee Sung Jin.

In February, Ali Ali notably won Best Lead Performance in a New Scripted Series at the Independent Spirit Awards.

In his acceptance speech, he recognized the cast and crew who participated in the critically acclaimed project.

‘Oh man, Steven, Sonny, Jake and the rest of the cast and the amazing Beef crew, I wouldn’t be here without you. This is the best,’ he gushed.

“It has been a wonderful journey with you and I am very proud that you are my friends too,” she added.

The show's first season starred Ali Wong and Steven Yeun; photographed in February

The show’s first season starred Ali Wong and Steven Yeun; photographed in February

Wong starred in the first season of the limited series as a small business owner dragged into an escalating cycle of revenge and self-sabotage after a road rage incident involving a struggling contractor (Yeun).

Wong starred in the first season of the limited series as a small business owner dragged into an escalating cycle of revenge and self-sabotage after a road rage incident involving a struggling contractor (Yeun).

Then he humorously said hello again to the catering business that offered delicious food on set. ‘

And my gosh, I really want to give a special shout out to our caterer Mario’s,” Wong said.

The actress continued, “Sonny is going to be really mad at me for revealing the secret that they are the best, but they really have the best food and they really kept morale high.” We had such long days and thank you very much. This means a lot. Thank you.’

Beef also won Best New Scripted Series; Wong, Yeun, and Jin took the stage to accept the honor.

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