Peabody Award-winning comedy series Ted Lasso has quickly become an Internet favorite—and with its recent Season 2 premiere, the show’s officially-renewed Season 3 is also fortunately around the corner.
Based in West London, the show follows endearingly naive American Ted Lasso (Sudeikis), who is hired as football coach at AFC Richmond and leads an amateurish British soccer team to victory. His lack of experience in the role and knowledge in the sport is made up for in full by his pure-hearted nature, which manages to charm the team as well as the show’s increasingly dedicated viewers.
Where Season 1 largely highlights events with the team, Season 2 deepens the scope, honing in further on “what’s happening internally for the characters” rather than “external life events,” co-creator Brendan Hunt told Deadline. “Mental health still has stigmas around it in this country,” he continued, “even more so in England, and even more so in sports, so we take a little time to explore that, and where our characters are at with that.”
As for Season 3, co-creators Bill Lawrence, Joe Kelly, and cast members Sudeikis and Hunt have already dropped several hints. So while we wait on the rest of Season 2 to unfurl, we’re already tracking everything to know about Ted Lasso‘s third season.
Ted Lasso Season 3 is intended to be its last.
Sudeikis has long mapped out the show’s storyline to follow a three-year arc; but recently, he shared in a Today interview that his ever-growing love for the show might just “[screw] up the whole plan.”
Source: Read Full Article