Will the new season premiere in 2023 or not? Here is everything we know so far about
Ted Lasso Season 3.
Ever since the premiere of the final episode, “Inverting the Pyramid of Success,” of the second season back on October 8, 2021. The viewers got to see that as Ted deals with the fallout from Trent Crimm’s painfully honest exposé when Richmond gets their final chance to win promotion. This has sparked much speculation among viewers as to how the story will unfold, prompting questions such as “When will fans be able to watch the third season?”.
We finally have some good news for you as Apple TV+ has recently announced the return of its historic hit series, “Ted Lasso” this year! For your convenience, we’ve compiled a brief summary of everything you can anticipate, including the release date, plotline, cast, and other details.
Continue reading to find out more about Ted Lasso Season 3.
Ted Lasso Season 3: When will the new season premiere?
If you recall, back in October 2020, the series was renewed for a third season. Since then, the loyal fans have been waiting for some updates, and now the network has officially confirmed with an exclusive first look that the third season of the global phenomenon will premiere sometime in the spring of 2023!
The season’s exact release date has not yet been announced, but it will be disclosed in the coming weeks. The third season of the series will premiere alongside other highly anticipated Apple Originals also set to make their global debuts this winter and spring on Apple TV+. So, we suggest that the fans should be patient and look out for such updates on social media platforms.
In addition to this, the official Twitter handle of the show also confirmed the news among the followers about the release window with a new still, quoting, “Time to win the whole f***ing thing. “Here’s your first look at #TedLasso Season 3, coming to Apple TV+ this Spring.” Take a look at the official announcement below:
Time to win the whole f***ing thing.
— Apple TV+ (@AppleTVPlus) January 18, 2023
Ted Lasso Season 3: What to expect in the third season?
During the Shrinking Panel on Wednesday, Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein addressed the media briefly about Season 3 of Ted Lasso following two requests for comment. “I’ve seen cuts of the show, and I think it’s f*cking awesome,” said Lawrence of Ted Lasso’s new season. Added Goldstein, “I love it.” Lawrence also thanked Sudeikis, who took over the helm of the acclaimed comedy this season, allowing the former to return to the United States to focus on Shrinking. Though various cast members have teased it, it is still unknown if the upcoming episode will be the series finale.
The series is also expected to continue from the final episode of the second season in which the viewers got to see that following the news of his panic attack, Ted receives the club’s full support. He concentrates on the final game of the season, which will determine Richmond’s promotion to the Premier League. Keeley learns that Bantr’s venture capitalist wants to fund her own public relations firm. While Keeley is celebrating with an overjoyed Rebecca, they learn that Rupert has purchased West Ham United.
Roy forgives Jamie and Nate for having feelings for Keeley but fears she will leave him. Nate tries to abandon his false 9 tactics during halftime, but the players choose to stick with it. Ted inquires as to why Nate is upset with him. Nate responds angrily, claiming that Ted has consistently ignored him since joining the coaching staff. Richmond has promoted after Dani scored an equalizing penalty. Nate walks away dejected as the team and supporters celebrate.
To Akufo’s chagrin, Sam decides to stay in Richmond, telling Rebecca that it is best for his personal journey. Ted meets Trent Crimm, a reporter who was fired after revealing his anonymous source. Roy attempts to plan a surprise vacation with Keeley, but an overworked Keeley encourages him to go alone. Sam rents a storefront to open a Nigerian restaurant in his community. Two months later, Rupert welcomes Nate, the newest member of his West Ham coaching staff.
The main cast members are expected to return which includes Jason Sudeikis as Ted Lasso, an American football coach hired to manage a British soccer team – despite having no experience. But what he lacks in knowledge, he makes up for with optimism, underdog determination … and biscuits. The award-winning Apple Original comedy also stars Hannah Waddingham, Brendan Hunt, Jeremy Swift, Juno Temple, Brett Goldstein, Phil Dunster, Nick Mohammed, and Sarah Niles. In addition to starring, Sudeikis serves as executive producer, alongside Bill Lawrence via his Doozer Productions, in association with Warner Bros.
Television and Universal Television, a division of NBCUniversal Content. Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly, and Bill Wrubel also serve as executive producers, along with Doozer’s Jeff Ingold and Liza Katzer. Jane Becker and Jamie Lee also serve as executive producers. Star Brett Goldstein serves as writer and co-executive producer. The series was developed by Sudeikis, Lawrence, Joe Kelly, and Brendan Hunt, and is based on the preexisting format and characters from NBC Sports.
Ted Lasso Season 3 Episodes and Streaming Options
The upcoming series is anticipated to have 10 to 12 episodes with an average runtime of 29 to 49 minutes, which are expected to drop on a weekly basis, just like the prior seasons. The exact titles and synopsis of the episodes are not yet released and will be disclosed later when the premiere date draws closer.
The network will publish those details when the episodes are due to air on the streaming service. In order to receive updates on when the show premieres on the respective channels or streaming platforms, interested viewers can also enable notifications.
The viewers can catch up on the prior seasons exclusively on Apple TV+, which offers a selection of membership tiers from which viewers can pick according to their preferences. The first and second seasons of Ted Lasso are now available on the platform.
Ted Lasso Season 3: Is there any teaser or trailer?
No, the network has not released any trailers for Ted Lasso Season 3, and we don’t anticipate seeing one for a while. In the meantime, check out the second season, which received mostly positive reviews and critical acclaim. Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 97% based on 119 reviews, with an average rating of 8.6/10.
The website’s critics’ consensus reads, “As comforting as a buttery biscuit from a friend, Ted Lasso‘s sophomore season is a feel-good triumph that plays into the show’s strengths while giving its supporting team more time on the pitch.” Metacritic gave the second season a weighted average score of 85 out of 100 based on 35 reviews, indicating “universal acclaim.” Take a look at the official trailer to recap the events of Ted Lasso Season 2 below:
Catch up with the prior seasons while you wait for more updates on Ted Lasso Season 3.