Netflix has just presented the trailer for the limited series meat. From the acclaimed studio A24 (WhaleAnd Everything everywhere at once), the series picks up on a road rage incident that sparks a feud between two strangers, played by Stephen Yeun and Ali Wong. The series consists of 10 episodes and is set to hit Netflix on April 6, 2023. You can get a sneak peek at the show by watching the new trailer below.
The official base art for meat, which increases the excitement of the quarrel between the threads of the series. The artwork depicts Yeun and Wong facing off with their bodies giving each other the bird. It teases the darkly comedic nature of the series, and you can view the key art below.
in meatYeun plays Danny Chu, a failed contractor who already has a chip on his shoulder when he has an accident with Amy Lau, a “self-made entrepreneur with a scenic life” played by Wong. According to Netflix, “The heightened stakes of their animosity unravel their lives and relationships in this dark and deeply affecting comedy series.”
Beef is real in the Netflix series
meat stars Stephen Yeun (minariAnd noAnd the walking Dead) and Ali Wong (You will always be my babyAnd Baby CobraAnd wife knock hardAnd Tuca and Bertie). Starring Joseph Lee (seek), Young Mazino (The prodigal son), David Choi (The Mandalorian) and Patty Yasutake (the closest). Rounding out the cast is Maria Bello (NCIS), Ashley Park (Emily in Paris), Justin H. who (after yang), Mia Serafino (iCarly) and Remy Holt (1923).
The series is written by Lee Sung Jin (DaveAnd Silicon Valley), who holds the position of display manager. Jin also executive produces alongside series stars Yeun and Wong and director Jake Schreirer.
Sung Jin said of the series, “Ali Wong, Steven Yeun, A24 and Netflix. It’s a dream team, and it’s an honor to collaborate with them. I’m also grateful for the guy who yelled at me in traffic three years ago. I didn’t let it go, and now we have a show.”
“We are very excited to collaborate with Lee Sung Jin and help bring this rich series to life alongside the inimitable Steven Yeun and Ali Wong,” added Jinny Howe, Netflix Vice President of Drama Development for Original Series. “Sung Jin has created a bold and at times outrageous world. It’s an honest and powerful character study of two people who seek connection in the wildest of ways.”
meat Premieres on Netflix April 6, 2023. Watch the series at Netflix.com/BEEF.