Emmy award winning series Ted Lasso is back for a third season in 2023 and finally we will find out the fall-out from Nate’s (Nick Mohammed) move over to the dark side.
On January 19, AppleTV+ announced the premiere date alongside a first-look image, depicting a showdown between the former coaching assistant and Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis).
We’ll also find out the fate of Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) and Keeley’s (Juno Temple) relationship, which fell at an impasse during the popular second season.
So, when does it air and what can we expect? Here’s everything you need to know about Ted Lasso season three.
When will season three of Ted Lasso air?
The third instalment of Ted Lasso will arrive on AppleTV+ from March 15 and honestly, it’s not a moment too soon!
But, if you need your Lasso fix before its continuation or want to re-watch what you’ve already seen, then you can catch the previous seasons on AppleTV+ now.
What will season three of Ted Lasso be about?
While no official synopsis has been revealed as yet the focus will lie largely on the unresolved tensions between Ted and Nate.
At the end of season two, Nate left AFC Richmond ended up at West Ham United, the Premier League team owned by Rupert Mannion (Anthony Head) — Rebecca’s (Hannah Waddingham) ex.
The pic a meeting between the now arch rivals in the West Ham facilities, with Rupert looming in the background. Juicy!
Who is in the cast of Ted Lasso season 3?
The aforementioned leads will be joined by series regulars Phil Dunster, Jeremy Swift, Brendan Hunt, Toheeb Jimoh, Kola Bokinni and Cristo Fernandez, among others.
No newcomers have been announced as yet.
Is there a Season 3 Ted Lasso trailer?
There sure is!
On February 28, AppleTV released a brand new-trailer for the next seasn.
The clip teased a YUGE showdown between the titular character and Nate “Nate the Great” Shelley.
The two-minute clip is mainly a montage of scenes from the upcoming season; however, it’s clear that the rivalry is going strong.
Will there be a season four of Ted Lasso?
There’s been a long-standing rumour that the series will end at the end of the next season, however, writer, producer and actor Brendan — who plays Coach Beard — recently told The Hollywood Reporter that it could be picked up “in some other way”.
“We are writing an ending for this three-chunk portion that we’ve always seen, but it’s not like Thanos is in it and half of us die.
“Most of us, anyway, will probably still be alive, so I don’t think leaving an out is anything to worry about. It’s just a matter of whether or not we pick this up in some other way, and when.”
Given it’s the most successful TV show to come out of AppleTV+, the cast also signed contracts that saw a significant pay rise.
It has also won the past two Emmys for best comedy series — and is the only Apple series to break into the ratings service’s weekly top 10 streaming charts.
Stream Season Three of Ted Lasso from March 15 on Apple TV+.