The wait for Ted Lasso Season 3 is becoming closer and shorter. The Apple TV+ pandemic darling is the best feel-good comedy with a plot that goes beyond sports. Instead of Season 1’s emphasis on Ted’s attempts to integrate into British society and a business he knew nothing about, we got to see true character growth for everyone in Season 2. With Dr. Sharon’s (Sarah Niles) assistance, Ted explored even further into his previous traumas in Season 2, and we saw more of the friendship between Keely (Juno Temple) and Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein), a retired football player. In addition, Coach Beard (Brendan Hunt) received more lines and developed into more than just a coach’s aide.
Warning: Season 2 spoilers. The most surprising change of all involved Nick Mohammed’s character, “Nate the Great,” who went from being a charming but occasionally clumsy assistant to a full-fledged arch enemy who joined the dark side. This new threat to Richmond F.C. will undoubtedly be the main focus of Season 3.
According to numerous sources, the multi-Emmy Award-winning series’ third season will be its last. The show’s writers and producers, including Sudeikis, Goldstein, and Bill Lawrence, have reportedly confirmed that Season 3 will serve as the show’s series finale, according to Deadline.
The production, which began in February, is apparently almost finished.
There’s no official date yet, but Season 3 was originally expected to premiere sometime in the fall of 2022.
The majority of the cast, including Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Nick Mohammed, Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple, and Jeremy Swift, will return for Season 3. Toheeb Jimoh as Sam Obisanya, Cristo Fernández as Dani Rojas, Kola Bokinni as Isaac, and more actors return as well.
Jodi Balfour (The Crown, For All Mankind), who will play the charming venture capitalist Jack, has been confirmed as a new cast member. Looking forward to seeing how this new character fits in!
Where to Watch
Seasons 1 and 2 of Ted Lasso are now streaming on AppleTV+.