For the general happiness of the nation that enjoys football, series and motivation, the 3rd season of Ted Lasso premieres today, Wednesday (15), on Apple TV+. The new year will have 12 episodes, the same number of chapters as last season and two more than seen in the production’s debut season.
As with other streaming services, Apple TV+ will release a new episode of Ted Lasso each week, concluding the third part of the show on May 31st. That is, to marathon the series, you will need to watch one episode a week or wait two months to check out the whole story at once.
New season kicks off March 15!
And unlike that guy who ordered Fireball at dinner and kept saying “crypto is the future,” this is one date you’ll want to remember. https://t.co/Wm4DJqeZI8
— Ted Lasso (@TedLasso) February 14, 2023
Ted Lasso episode schedule
Check out the season 3 episode release schedule for Ted Lasso. The chapters of the series premiere at 22:00, Brasilia timeevery Wednesday.
- Episode 1: Smells Like Mean Spirit – 03/15
- Episode 2: (I Don’t Want To Go To) Chelsea – 03/22
- Episode 3: 36986 – 03/29
- Episode 4: Big Week – 05/04
- Episode 5: Signs – 04/12
- Episode 6: Every Disadvantage Has Its Advantage – 04/19
- Episode 7: Hello’s – 04/26
- Episode 8: We’ll Never Have Paris – 03/05
- Episode 9: The Omission Attrition – 5/10
- Episode 10: title to be announced – 05/17
- Episode 11: title to be announced – 5/25
- Episode 12: title to be announced – 05/31
Ted Lasso: What to expect from Season 3?
Ted Lasso tells the story of the character who gives name to the series, played by Jason Sudeikis, a football coach who sees his life change completely when he leaves for the United Kingdom to coach a discredited team, but full of potential called AFC Richmond. With a lot of positivity and perseverance, the protagonist manages to conquer his place and infect his team, which starts to dream of higher flights.
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In season 3 of Ted Lasso, therefore, we will see AFC Richmond fighting for its space in the biggest football league in the world, the Premier League. It’s also important to remember that Nate (Nick Mohammed) left the team, betrayed Ted’s trust and is now working for Rupert (Anthony Head), which is likely to piss off Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) quite a bit.
The trailer released by Apple, which can be seen above, gives an idea of what we can expect from the new episodes.
As already announced, the third year of the Apple series should be the last of the narrative, which, for now, should not win a 4th season. As Sudeikis revealed in some interviews, the plans regarding Ted Lasso were always to wrap the show up at three seasons, telling the story they wanted to tell the way they wanted to tell it. Could this change in the near future?
Ted Lasso is one of the most successful series in Apple TV+ history. Mixing comedy and drama, the work, created by Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly and Bill Lawrence, won the 2022 and 2021 Emmys in the category of Best Comedy Series, proving that it is not kidding and that it has plenty of quality.