Season 3 of “Ted Lasso” debuts this spring. Here’s a first look

Season 3 of “Ted Lasso” debuts this spring. Here’s a first look

Season 3 of “Ted Lasso” debuts this spring. Here's a first look

Ted Lasso, one of the most enjoyable shows in feel-good show history, dropped a first look at Season 3 on Wednesday. fans of the hit Apple TV Plus the comedy-drama has been eagerly waiting to see what’s next for the lovable AFC Richmond gang since season 2 wrapped in October 2021. Apple has also given a release date for season 3 this spring.

The series follows serious and optimistic American football coach Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis), who moves to England to coach a British football team despite knowing very little about football and not realizing that the owner of the he team is not initially rooting for its success.

In the image recently released by Apple, Ted looks like his usual cheerful self as he stands face to face with coach Nate the former great (Nick Mohammed), who looks just as unhappy with Ted as he does. t was in Season 2. Intriguing former AFC Richmond owner Rupert (Anthony Head), who now owns Richmond rival West Ham United, hovers in the background dressed in black, channeling a real Bond villain .

Ted Lasso debuted on Apple’s subscription service in August 2020 and quickly became a hit with viewers who loved his quirky characters and his messages of hope about the power of vulnerability and self-confidence. . The award-winning show is funny but often poignant. He’s not afraid to tackle dark topics like suicide and parental abuse.

Season 3, said to be the last season of the show, co-stars Brett Goldstein, Hannah Waddington, Brendan Hunt, Jeremy Swift, Juno Temple, Nick Mohammed, Toheeb Jimoh and more. Apple has yet to be more specific about the start of the football shenanigans this spring.


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