Apple TV+ hit comedy series ‘Ted Lasso’ has been nominated for three Critics Choice Awards: Best Comedy category, Best Actor in a Comedy Series, and Best supporting actress in a comedy series. ‘Ted Lasso’ follows the coaching experience of a mediocre college football coach from Kansas who moves to England to coach a professional soccer team
In related news, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic won’t stop fans from getting season 2 of ‘Ted Lasso’. As announced by Apple, production for season 2 has officially commenced. The second and third seasons of Ted Lasso had been confirmed when Apple ordered the seasons to be made available in the future.
Apple TV+ original series ‘Ted Lasso’ nominated for three Critics Choice Awards
As reported by Deadline:
“The 26th annual Critics Choice Awards unveiled its series nominees on Monday with Netflix’s Ozark and The Crown leading the pack with six nominations each.
Film nominees and the ceremony’s format will be revealed on February 8. The winners will be announced at 7 p.m. March 7 on the CW, with Taye Diggs is set to return as host for a third time.”
‘Ted Lasso’ was the only title from Apple’s streaming service to receive any nominations this year. The series was nominated in the Best Comedy category, whilst lead-actor Jason Sudeikis received a nomination for ‘Best Actor in a Comedy Series’ for his role as Lasso and Hannah Waddingham was also nominated for her role as Rebecca in the ‘Best supporting actress in a comedy series’ category.
Recent reports suggest the series is planned for three seasons, and that season three may be the last. Creator Bill Lawrence stated in an interview that Sudeikis was mapping the show out as a “three-season show.”
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