Last year on Apple TV+, Ted Lasso quickly became one of the breakout series, and everyone who has watched it has been anxiously waiting for them to get started on season two. Last week, Apple TV announced via Twitter that production on the second season of Ted Lasso is officially underway.
The ongoing covid-19 pandemic has forced a lot of productions to be postponed or delayed, but now Apple has confirmed it is starting production for the show. The second and third seasons of Ted Lasso has been confirmed by Apple ordering for the seasons to be made available in the future.
Production for Ted Lasso season 2 has officially started
Last month it was revealed that the entire series might end after the third season. Bill Lawrence, the show creator, said in a podcast interview that star and Ted Lasso himself, Jason Sudeikis had planned the show for three seasons.
I think that ours is a little different because Jason, as he’s kind of mapping it out, it’s a three-season show,” Lawrence explained. “So…super-fans know that (The Mandalorian is) connecting tissue in the Star Wars universe, and for us, everybody knows that they get an end to this story in the third season
Apple posted on Twitter via its official Apple TV account, ‘Time to start warming those biscuits’.
Given the fact the average/usual time it takes from the start of television production to airing, it might be possible that fans would get to see the first few episodes of the show on Apple TV+ within months. Hopefully, if covid-19 does not cause more problems, the start of season two could possibly be watchable by the summer. Otherwise, it will probably air around the end of 2021.
Die-hard fans of Bill Lawrence and Justin Sudeikis can expect the show to run for just three seasons. In December, Lawrence advised of its limited run, hinting that it was because Sudeikis wanting to spend more time with his children.
If you have not watched Ted Lasso, then you can check out the trailer here.
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