‘Ted Lasso’ Season 3 Trailer: Jason Sudeikis Starring in Apple TV+ Comedy
On March 15, the Apple TV+ hit will return.
“Ted Lasso” warms up for the big game. The Apple TV+ hit is returning for its third season in less than a month, and the streamer has released the full official trailer for the next season.
Based (very) loosely on a 2013 NBC Sports ad series promoting the channel’s coverage of the British Premier League, “Ted Lasso” stars Jason Sudeikis as the titular character, a stubborn but unflinchingly good-hearted college football coach who gets a chance at the AFC Central Richmond association football team in England. Although initially mocked by the press and distrusted by the team, Ted’s compassionate approach to coaching slowly wins them over and he and the club’s owner, Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham), resolve to win the championship by any means necessary.
Set in Autumn 2021, Season 2 concluded with AFC successfully promoted to the Premier League, but facing the loss of assistant coach Nathan (Ted Mohammad), who betrays Ted and leaves to coach West Ham United, a rival club that Property of Rebecca’s abusers. was Rupert (Anthony Head). The trailer for the Rolling Stones’ classic ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ finds the cast in game mode as they head for victory as they tease the famously comforting show with plenty of heartwarming moments.
“I love you guys so much,” Richmond player Sam (Toheeb Jimoh) tells the team in the trailer during a summit that the group repeats.
If the trailer seems to promise a major climax for the series, that’s because this season will likely be the last of the hit series. Apple TV+ — which likely doesn’t want to lose its top-rated series and two-time Emmy winner for best comedy series — hasn’t officially confirmed that “Ted Lasso” is coming to an end. But series star and writer Brett Goldstein, who plays assistant coach Roy Kent, said back in June that Season 3 was written as a conclusion to the show’s story. Creator Bill Lawrence also hinted that the series might end, based in part on Sudeikis’ schedule and the conclusion of the season.
Lawrence and Sudeikis created Ted Lasso with Joe Kelly and Brendan Hunt, who stars in the series as Ted’s main assistant coach, Beard. Juno Temple, Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, Brendan Hunt, Cristo Fernandez, Kola Bokinni, Billy Harris and James Lance also star in the series’ third season, which Lawrence is executive producing for Doozer Productions with Jeff Ingold and Liza Katzer. Sudeikis also serves as executive producer with Hunt, Kelly, Bill Wrubel, Jane Becker and Jamie Lee. Produced by co-director Goldstein. Warner Bros. Television and Universal Television produce for Apple TV+.
For Season 3, Apple TV+ is changing things up by introducing new episodes of the series on Wednesdays, a first for “Ted Lasso” and the streamer, which releases most of its content on Fridays.
The season debuts on March 15, with a new episode of 12 episodes released every week. Watch the full trailer below.
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