Hey Fellas, Ted Lasso Season 3 Finally Has A Premiere Date
And a teaser trailer!
Jason Sudeikis and the rest of the Ted Lasso crew have really pulled off a miracle with their hit series. The show hits this great sweet spot of being endearing and funny and weirdly sentimental without being snarky or condescending. No wonder Ted Lasso will be back for a third season. Apparently we all wanted to watch a show about a good-natured football coach moving to England to become a soccer (British football) coach and figure out life across the pond. Even those of us who are not exactly sports fans can’t get enough of Ted Lasso. And now it looks like we won’t have to wait too much longer to get a little more of Ted and the gang.
For those of you who haven’t seen either of the first two seasons of Ted Lasso, you are in for a treat. Saturday Night Live alum Sudeikis is at his most charming as college football coach Ted Lasso, who has moved to London to take over coaching AFC Richmond, a soccer team owned by Rebecca Welton (played by Hannah Waddington). Welton is going through an acrimonious split with her ex-husband, and she has an ulterior motive hiring Lasso; she wants AFC Richmond to lose badly to humiliate her ex. Lasso, who has left behind a son and a wife in the U.S., has no idea, and comes in with high spirits despite the fact that almost no one wants him there, least of all the team or the fans. Throughout the first two seasons, Lasso works on making the team better and building relationships.
What will happen in Season 3? It’s too soon to tell, but we know it’s coming... and super duper soon, in fact.
When will Ted Lasso Season 3 premiere?
While the third season of Ted Lasso was reportedly scheduled to drop sometime in late summer 2022, it ultimately got pushed. Now we have an actual premiere date for when Ted Lasso will return to Apple TV+. Mark your calendars for March 15, 2023.
Check out the poignant Season 3 teaser trailer for Ted Lasso.
The official premiere date was announced in February alongside a teaser trailer that saw AFC Richmond players making homemade signs featuring one of Coach Lasso’s favorite word, “Believe.” He walks into the dressing room to see these signs and says, “Well, if seeing is believing I believe we’ve been seen.” Classic Lasso.
Will Season 3 of Ted Lasso be the last?
Sudeikis, who is also an executive producer of the show, has said that Season 3 could well be the last for Ted Lasso based on the story arc, “the story that's being told — that three-season arc — is one that I see, know, and understood,” Sudeikis told Entertainment Weekly in June 2022. “I'm glad that they are willing to pay for those three seasons. As far as what happens after that, who knows? I don't know.”
Where can you watch Ted Lasso?
Knowing this might be the last season for Ted Lasso, now is the time to catch up on the first two seasons. You can watch Ted Lasso on Apple TV+ if you’ve subscribed for $4.99 per month, and you can cancel at any time. And be sure to eat some shortbread while you watch. It’s what Ted would want.
Watch Season 3 of Ted Lasso on March 15 on Apple TV+.
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