Jeremy Allen White Is Feeling the Heat in First Look at “The Bear ”Season 3

The first clip from the forthcoming third season, which premieres in June, showed Neil and Ted riling up Carmy

<p>Courtesy of FX</p> Jeremy Allen White in season 2 of

Courtesy of FX

Jeremy Allen White in season 2 of 'The Bear'

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Following the publication of this story, FX issued a statement, saying the season 3 clip from The Bear, shown during the Walt Disney Company’s Annual Shareholder Meeting on April 3 was "captured and shared publicly without permission." PEOPLE has removed the link to the video and updated our story accordingly.]

Tensions are high at Carmy’s new restaurant — and the chef is feeling the heat!

The first clip from The Bear's hotly anticipated third season was shown at Walt Disney Company’s Annual Shareholder Meeting on April 3.

In it, Jeremy Allen White was feeling the pressure as he navigated the bumpy opening of his revamped restaurant, and his colleagues Ted (Ricky Staffieri) and Neil (Matty Matheson) weren't exactly easing the tension.

After the two mounted a collage of photos of food critics on the wall — all of the potential adversaries that could hinder the successful launch of his restaurant with one bad review — they called Carmy into the room to get his take.

“I hate this feeling,” Carmy said as he looked at the new wall display.

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While Carmy was “not sure” what that feeling was exactly, he told his colleagues, “This looks good, though. This is smart. Good job.”

Carmy — who concluded the show’s second season trapped in a walk-in fridge and missed the friends and family opening of his restaurant — then walked out of the office looking spooked, while Neil and Ted gave each other a look, seemingly pleased at their work.

Hours after the clip was posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, FX issued a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, indicating that they had not approved the release of the footage.

"Today during The Walt Disney Company’s Annual Shareholder Meeting, a clip from the upcoming third season of FX’s The Bear was shown as part of the presentation. The clip was subsequently captured and shared publicly without permission. This clip is not authorized for use beyond the shareholder meeting and we request that you and/or your outlet do not post or share it in any manner. If it has already been posted, we request that it be removed immediately," their statement read.

<p>FX</p> Jeremy Allen White as Carmen 'Carmy' Berzatto, Lionel Boyce as Marcus, Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Richard 'Richie' Jerimovich in 'The Bear'


Jeremy Allen White as Carmen 'Carmy' Berzatto, Lionel Boyce as Marcus, Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Richard 'Richie' Jerimovich in 'The Bear'

Not much is known yet about the storyline for the FX hit’s third season, however, Deadline reported in March that the cast will film a subsequent fourth season back-to-back with the third. Production began in Chicago in February, and the third season is set to debut on FX and Hulu in June.

In December, White, 33, revealed that shooting would begin in February during an interview on the Today show, as he said, "I'm going to get together with some chefs in January and start prepping in the kitchen again, sharpening up the skills.”

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It’s a practice he’s done before. He told Gold Derby in June that he “spent a lot of time as a fly on the wall” at a French restaurant in Santa Monica prior to the show’s first season in order to gain some real-life experience in the kitchen.

“I’d help them prep where you can’t really screw up anything too badly,” he told the outlet, before sharing that on one particularly “busy night,” the restaurant’s chef told him to “start cooking” and he was “so, so scared.”

The experience shaped how he sees restaurants now, he said. “I just started looking at restaurants as little miracles. It’s such a difficult and competitive world to enter.”

<p>Chuck Hodes/ FX on Hulu/ Everett</p> Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri in season 2 of 'The Bear'

Chuck Hodes/ FX on Hulu/ Everett

Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri in season 2 of 'The Bear'

White’s costars got in some prep work, too. Courtney Storer, the show’s culinary producer, told PEOPLE that Ayo Edebiri, who plays aspiring chef Sydney, came to visit her in L.A. before shooting began on season 1 to learn a thing or two.

"She really got to see how I move, how I navigate in a space, how I prep things, how I prioritize. I talked a lot to her about confidence, carrying my shoulders, how I move, to kind of get respect or have this position of leadership," Storer said of Edebiri’s time in the kitchen with her.

"I think I was always really tiny in a space, and I could feel really small and I had to find ways to use my voice to get attention," she added. "So we spent a lot of time on that."

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