The biggest news surrounding Beauty And The Baker Season 3 is that Omar Sharif Jr. has joined the series as a leading cast member for Season 3! Beauty And The Baker is an Israeli romantic comedy-drama television series that is the brainchild of Dean Georgaris. There was also an American version of the series that premiered on ABC on April 13, 2020. It was canceled by ABC after the first season. You may watch its promo below.
Beauty And The Baker, loosely translated means in Hebrew means “Lehiyot Ita” or “Being with Her.” The premise of the whole series is a love story between a baker and an international model. As a nascent show, it has won itself a fair amount of good ratings in the place.
We last saw Season 2 of Beauty And The Baker on May 9, 2017. Because it is a rom-com, it takes a comical approach to Jewish ethnic sub-divisions in Israel. There is the question of the privileged, Ashkenazi Jewish class who sparks a romance with the Mizrahi Jewish (Yemenite-Jewish) love interest. While it may seem like a non-matter, the truth is, Beauty And The Baker explores the classist realities in modern-day Israel, although in a lighthearted way.
Since it’s almost been three years, fans have been wondering whether the show will get another season at all. Here what we can tell you about the same. Keep scrolling through each paragraph to get solid information on Season 3 of Beauty And The Baker.
Beauty And The Baker Season 3: Release Date
Beauty And The Baker Season 3: Cast Additions
- Aviv Alush Amos Dahari, al Mizrahi (Yemenite-Jewish), the male lead as we spoke of.
- Rotem Sela plays Noa Hollander, the international supermodel and the lone heiress who is from Tel Aviv.
- Mark Ivanir plays Tzvika Granot who is model Noa’s ruthless agent.
- Hila Saada plays Vanessa Maimon, who is Amos’s jealous ex-girlfriend.
- Dar Zuzovsky plays Eden/Daniela, who is Noa’s father’s assistant ( who starred in season 2 onwards).
- Ofer Hayoun plays Assaf Dahari, who is Amos’s brother, and also aspires to be a pop singer.
- Nava Medina plays Amalia Dahari, who is Amos’s attentive mother.
- Shani Aviv plays Merav Dahari, who is Amos’s teen sister.
- Uri Gavriel plays Avi Dahari, who is Amos’s easily irritated father.
- Yaffa Levi plays Shosh, Amalia’s best friend and neighbor.
- Jason Lewis plays Pete Evans, an actor from Hollywood and the lead Noa’s ex-boyfriend.