Ted Lasso Season 3 Sets Spring Premiere Date, First Look at Ted & Nate

The third season of the hit Apple TV+ comedy sequence “Ted Lasso” will premiere in spring 2023. The season additionally has a brand new first look picture, seen above, depicting Ted (Jason Sudeikis) and Nathan (Nick Mohammed) dealing with one another after turning into rivals within the Season 2 finale.

The information got here out of Apple’s presentation throughout the Tv Critics Affiliation’s winter 2023 press tour, which additionally featured “Ted Lasso” co-creator Invoice Lawrence and author/star Brett Goldstein on a panel about their upcoming comedy sequence “Shrinking.” When requested about “Ted Lasso” throughout the panel, Lawrence was tight-lipped however about Season 3 however mentioned, “I’ve seen cuts, and it’s fucking superb,” as Goldstein emphasised his satisfaction within the season.

Although no official affirmation has been issued, it has lengthy been believed that Season 3 would be the finish of “Ted Lasso” — largely as a result of feedback by solid members. Sudeikis informed Leisure Weekly in 2021 that he noticed a three-season arc for the sequence however would probably be open to creating extra, whereas Goldstein mentioned to the Sunday Instances that Season 3 of was being written as a curtain name.

“Ted Lasso” follows its title character, a small-time school soccer coach from Kansas employed to educate knowledgeable soccer staff in England, regardless of having no expertise teaching soccer. On the finish of Season 2, after feeling scorned by Ted, Nathan leaves AFC Richmond to educate a rival staff owned by the Richmond proprietor’s (Hannah Waddingham) ex-husband (Anthony Head). Brendan Hunt, Jeremy Swift, Juno Temple and Phil Dunster additionally star.

Sudeikis serves as government producer alongside Invoice Lawrence by way of his Doozer Productions banner, in affiliation with Warner Bros. Tv and Common Tv. Doozer’s Jeff Ingold additionally serves as an government producer with Liza Katzer as co-executive producer. The sequence was developed by Sudeikis, Lawrence, Hunt and Joe Kelly, and is predicated on the pre-existing format and characters from NBC Sports activities.