January 28, 2023

Season 3 of Ted Lasso sets its spring premiere date, First Look at Ted & Nate

Season 3 of the hit sitcom on Apple TV+Ted Lassowill premiere in the spring of 2023. The season also has a new first image, shown above, depicting Ted (Jason Sudeikis) and Nathan (Nick Muhammad) pitted against each other after they become rivals in the season 2 finale.

The news came from Apple’s presentation during the Television Critics Association’s winter 2023 press tour, which also featured the creator of “Ted Lasso”. Bill Lawrence and writer/star Brett Goldstein on a panel discussion about their upcoming comedy series, “Shrinking.” When asked about “Ted Lasso” during the panel, Lawrence was pretty mum about season 3 but said, “I’ve seen the cuts, which is amazing,” Goldstein also emphasized his pride in the season.

Although no official confirmation has been issued, it has long been believed that season 3 will be the end of “Ted Lasso” – due in large part to cast members’ comments. Sudeikis said Entertainment Weekly In 2021, he saw a three-season arc for the series, but would likely be open to making more, while Goldstein told The Sunday Times That third season was being written as a curtain call.

“Ted Lasso” follows its main character, a junior college football coach from Kansas who is hired to coach a professional football team in England, despite having no football coaching experience. At the end of Season 2, feeling snubbed by Ted, Nathan leaves the Richmond AFC to coach a rival team owned by the Richmond owner’s (Hannah Waddingham) ex-husband (Anthony Head). It also stars Brendan Hunt, Jeremy Swift, Jono Temple, and Phil Dunster.

Sudeikis serves as an executive producer alongside Bill Lawrence across the Doozer Productions banner, in association with Warner Bros. Pictures. Television and Universal Television. Doozer’s Jeff Ingold also serves as executive producer with Liza Katzer as co-executive producer. The series was developed by Sudeikis, Lawrence, Hunt, and Joe Kelly, and is based on the pre-existing format and characters from NBC Sports.