Mark your calendar! The hit Apple TV+ Original comedy series “Ted Lasso,” will return for season three on March 15, according to a trailer released by the tech giant on Tuesday.
The show has garnered numerous accolades for both its first and second seasons, with season 1 becoming the most Emmy-nominated debut comedy series in history and season 2 becoming the most Emmy-winning comedy for the second year in a row.
“Ted Lasso” returning to Apple TV+ with new season on March 15
The newly promoted AFC Richmond confronts ridicule in the 12-episode third season of “Ted Lasso” as media projections largely project them to finish bottom in the Premier League and Nate, now regarded as the “miracle kid,” has moved to work for Rupert at West Ham United. Following Nate’s acrimonious departure from Richmond, Roy Kent takes over as Beard’s assistant coach.
While Keeley navigates managing her own PR agency, Rebecca is intent on taking down Rupert, while Ted deals with demands at work while also battling his own personal troubles at home. Team Lasso intends to put in their best effort despite the fact that everything appears to be going wrong both on and off the field.
Check out the official teaser for the third season of Ted Lasso below:
Jason Sudeikis, the show’s lead, has previously stated that “Ted Lasso,” will end after the third season, but Apple has not officially confirmed this. Even while this marks the conclusion of the initially intended three-season narrative, there is a lot of conjecture that the program will somehow continue.
The 12 episodes of the third season will now air on Wednesdays on Apple TV+, as opposed to Fridays for the prior two seasons. The third season of the series, which will run through May 31, is going to be aired in the nick of time for the 2023 Emmys eligibility deadline.
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