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- American actor and comedian
If you’ve already laughed your way through both seasons of Ted Lasso, then you’ll be pleased to know the popular series has already been renewed for season three. Keep scrolling for details about the all-new Ted Lasso installment.
1. When is 'Ted Lasso' season three set to premiere?
Unfortunately, Apple TV+ hasn’t released an official premiere date for Ted Lasso season three. However, the third installment was announced before the second one even came out, so there’s a good chance the studio is working hard to develop the new episodes ASAP.
Screenwriter Bill Lawrence previously revealed that Ted Lasso season three will likely premiere sometime in August, just like past installments. “We always try to be close to a year apart, so I would hope to see the show back in the August type area,” he told Deadline.
2. What is 'Ted Lasso' about?
Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis) is an overly enthusiastic American college football coach, who accepts an offer to lead AFC Richmond, a mediocre Premier League soccer team in the U.K. Despite their 40-year losing streak, Ted is determined to rewrite their underdog story.
3. Who's in the cast?
Sudeikis is set to reprise his titular role in Ted Lasso season three. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hannah Waddingham (Rebecca), Brett Goldstein (Roy), Juno Temple (Keeley) and Brendan Hunt (Coach Beard) are all expected to return, though they’re currently negotiating salaries.
4. Is there a trailer?
Sadly, the answer is no. Since production hasn’t even begun, fans will have to wait quite some time before getting a glimpse of Ted Lasso season three. However, we have no doubt it will be worth the wait.
5. Will there be a fourth season?
This is a tricky question. Initially, the writers said that Ted Lasso would be a three-season series, but that was before the show became extremely popular. Although season four hasn’t been confirmed, Sudeikis teased the possibility during an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“I feel like a real coach when I have to tell folks you can’t look at season four when we’re in the middle of season three. We can’t worry about the championships when we’re in the first round of playoffs, you know?” he said. “We got to take it one game at a time. As cliché as that may sound, there’s actually truth. It’s hard to think about what to do in the distant future when you’re trying to deal with what’s right in front of you.”
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