The very successful comedy series “Ted Lasso,” which is shown on Apple TV+, will launch its third season in the spring of 2023. In addition, the new season includes a brand new first-look picture, which can be seen above, portraying Ted (Jason Sudeikis) and Nathan (Nick Mohammed) confronting each other after they became competitors in the Season 2 finale.
The announcement was made during a presentation given by Apple at the Television Critics Association’s winter 2023 press tour. During the same event, Bill Lawrence, co-creator of “Ted Lasso,” and Brett Goldstein, writer, and star of their upcoming comedy series “Shrinking,” participated in a panel discussion about the show.
When questioned about “Ted Lasso” at the panel, Lawrence remained tight-lipped about Season 3 but did say, “I’ve seen edits, and it’s fucking beautiful,” while Goldstein highlighted his pride in the season. Goldstein also confirmed that “Ted Lasso” will be returning for a fourth season.
Even though there has been no official confirmation provided, it has been widely assumed for a long time that Season 3 of “Ted Lasso” would be the last season of the show, in large part owing to statements made by cast members.
While Goldstein said to the Sunday Times that the third season of was going to be scripted as a curtain call, Sudeikis stated in 2021 in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that he envisioned a three-season arc for the series but would possibly be open to filming further episodes.
The plot of “Ted Lasso”
revolves around the titular character, who is a low-level college football coach from Kansas who is hired to coach a professional soccer club in England, despite the fact that he has no prior expertise in soccer coaching.
Nathan quits AFC Richmond at the conclusion of Season 2 in order to coach a rival club that is owned by the ex-husband of the Richmond owner (Hannah Waddingham). Nathan feels that Ted has disregarded him and his abilities as a coach (Anthony Head). Additionally, starring are Brendan Hunt, Jeremy Swift, Juno Temple, and Phil Dunster.
Together with Bill Lawrence, Sudeikis acts as an executive producer for the show under the name of Lawrence’s Doozer Productions, which is affiliated with both Warner Bros. Television and Universal Television.
Jeff Ingold, who works for Doozer, also acts as an executive producer, while Liza Katzer works with him as a co-executive producer. The idea and cast of characters for this sitcom came from NBC Sports. Sudeikis, Lawrence, Hunt, and Joe Kelly came up with the idea and created the show.
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