‘Ted Lasso’ Teaser Sets Season 3 Premiere Date

Apple’s hit comedy series Ted Lasso Officially returning for a third season on March 15, it was revealed in a teaser above. After the premiere, new episodes will be released weekly on Wednesdays.

12-episode third season Ted Lasso Season 2 picks up after shocking events as newly-promoted AFC Richmond face ridicule for media predicting finish in the Premier League.

Ted Lasso Season 3


In the wake of Nate’s (Nick Mohammed) controversial departure from Richmond, the newly dubbed “Wonder Kid” goes to work for Rupert (Anthony Head) at West Ham United. Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) replaces Nate as Richmond’s assistant coach with Beard (Brendan Hunt). Ted (Jason Sudeikis) continues to deal with the pressures of work as well as his own personal problems back home.

When we reunite with Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham), she’s focused on defeating Rupert and Keely (Juno Temple) is navigating being the boss of her own PR agency. Things seem to be falling apart both on and off the pitch, but Team Lasso are ready to give it their best shot anyway.

The series also stars Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, Brendan Hunt, Tohib Zimoh, Cristo Fernandez, Cola Bocchini, Billy Harris and James Lance.

vision for Ted Lasso It was meant to run for a three-season arc from the start, but that was before it became a fan-favorite series and an awards-season darling. Seasons 1 and 2 won Emmys for Outstanding Comedy Series, with additional statues for cast and creative.

So it would make sense for Warner Bros. Television Group and Apple, who are behind Ted Lasso, keep the show going. But viewers will be hard-pressed to find anyone who will give a definitive answer about the future of the show.

WBTV chairman and CEO Channing Dongzi, in an exclusive interview with Deadline on Monday, would say only that Season 3 ended “beautifully.”

“If all we do Ted Lasso Universe, I think fans will be really happy and excited. But there is a way to crack open a door. If we’re lucky enough to do more, we can continue,” he teased.

The project was created by Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Joe Kelly and Brendan Hunt and is based on NBC Sports’ pre-existing format and characters. Series star Sudeikis also executive produced, along with Lawrence through his Doozer Productions, Warner Bros. Television and Universal Television, a division of NBCUniversal Content. Hunt, Kelly and Bill Rubel also executive produce along with Doozer’s Jeff Ingold and Lisa Katzer. Additionally, Jane Baker and Jamie Leo are executive producers. Actor Goldstein wrote and co-executive produced.

Seasons 1 and 2 Ted Lasso Currently available to stream via Apple TV+.

Watch the full teaser above.

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