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Let’s talk about Beef on Netflix, a series about two strangers getting into a road rage incident that brings chaos into their lives.
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Beef on Netflix
Summary: A road rage incident between two strangers — a failing contractor and an unfulfilled entrepreneur — sparks a feud that brings out their darkest impulses.
Steven Yeun, Ali Wong, Joseph Lee
When my husband told me to watch Beef, I wasn’t sure I’d like it. Once I was finished, I told everyone to watch it. The writer really has a way of surprising us at every turn. While some parts dragged a bit, there was always another crazy situation right around the corner. I’ve always known Ali Wong as a comedian, but she is an absolute genius in this show. You may recognize Steven Yeun from The Walking Dead. They couldn’t have chosen a better co-star for Ali. They are pure genius together. There is no confirmation whether they will film a second season, but I hope they do.
I give Beef on Netflix 5 out of 5 stars.
96% Google users liked this TV show
100% Rotten Tomatoes
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