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“Ted Lasso” season 3 starts in Spring 2023, the first look shows Nathan locking horns with Ted

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Ted Lasso, a popular comedy on Apple TV+, returns for a third season in Spring 2023. A new first look image for the season shows Nathan (Nick Mohammed) and Ted (Jason Sudeikis) confronting each other after becoming rivals in the season 2 finale.

The information was revealed at Apple’s presentation during the Television Critics Association press tour in winter 2023, which also included a panel discussion about the upcoming comedy series Shrinking with writer/star Brett Goldstein and co-creator Bill Lawrence of Ted Lasso. Lawrence remained mum when asked about Ted Lasso on the panel, but when asked about season 3, he remarked, “I’ve seen cuts, and it’s freaking amazing,” as Goldstein expressed his delight at the episode expressed.


End of “Ted Lasso”? Brett Goldstein teases the conclusion of the Apple TV+ show with Season 3

It would be amusing to see if Apple TV+ can convince them to return for another season, but for now it seems fans need to brace themselves for saying goodbye to their favorite characters any time soon.

The first two seasons were widely acclaimed and received numerous awards, including the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series and the Golden Globe for Best Comedy Series. Not only does the show receive positive reviews, but it has garnered a huge following thanks to its gripping storyline and stellar cast.

The story of “Ted Lasso” revolves around the title character, an inexperienced college football coach from Kansas who is hired to manage a professional football team in England. Nathan leaves AFC Richmond at the end of Season 2 to manage an opposing team owned by the Richmond owner’s ex-husband (Hannah Waddingham) after feeling rejected by Ted (Anthony Head). Starring alongside Phil Dunster are Brendan Hunt, Jeremy Swift, Juno Temple and more.

Catch the exciting premiere of the upcoming season exclusively on Apple TV+.

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