Ted Lasso

‘Ted Lasso’ Teases Season 3 Release Date and First Look Image

Ted Lasso and his band of loveable misfits are back for a third season, with Apple TV+ announcing the hit show will return in Australia’s Autumn (Spring in the US) 2023.  While we don’t have a specific release date or know much about the new season, the streaming platform did release a first-look image (see below) that shows Ted (Jason Sudeikis) and Nathan (Nick Mohammed) facing off against each other after becoming rivals in the Season 2 finale – so we can safely assume this feud will underpin the ongoing storyline. Who’s side are you on?

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Ted Lasso Season 3 First Look Image

Image: Apple TV+

The announcement came from Apple’s presentation during the Television Critics associated’s winter 2023 press tour, which featured Tedd Lasso co-creator Bill Lawrence and star Brett Goldstein on a panel for their upcoming comedy series Shrinking. When asked about Ted Lasso Season 3 during the panel, Lawrence was closemouthed but did admit, “I’ve seen cuts, and it’s fucking amazing.”

It’s been speculated that Season 3 will be curtains for Ted Lasso, in large part due to comments made by its cast members. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly in 2021, Sudeikis said he saw a three-season arc for the series but was open to producing more, while Goldstein revealed to the Sunday Times that Season 3 was the end.

Jeremy Swift, who plays Higgins, says not even Jason Sudeikis knows whether this will be the last fixture for Richmond AFC. In an interview late last year with the Daily Express, Swift said “I know you’ll probably ask if it’s the last one. Nobody knows that!”. He added, “literally everybody asks it, and I think the only person who can give an answer is Jason. And I don’t think even he knows.”

Ted Lasso follows its title character, an American football coach hired to manage a British soccer team—despite having no experience. But what he lacks in knowledge, he makes up for with optimism, heartwarming speeches and witty banter. The award-winning Apple Original comedy also stars Hannah Waddingham, Brendan Hunt, Jeremy Swift, Juno Temple, Brett Goldstein, Phil Dunster, Nick Mohammed and Sarah Niles.

Viewers can catch up on seasons one and two of Ted Lasso, now streaming globally on Apple TV+.

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