The third (and possibly last) season of Ted Lasso has just wrapped up filming.
Apple TV +’s most successful series is ready for its third season!
Since the launch of Apple TV+ at the end of 2019, the platform has been a huge hit thanks to the comedy Ted Lasso, which continues to bear fruit to this day. But like all good things, its end may be nigh. And recently the show’s crew confirmed it. The registrations for the third season of the series are ending.
After months of uncertainty due to the change in the script of the series or the problems in finding a place, all obstacles were overcome and It could be streamed via Apple TV+ in the spring of 2023.
Although there is no confirmed date yet, The spring premiere would have given season three a chance to qualify for awards season. In this sense, it is particularly expected that Ted Lasso will manage to secure a nomination at the 2023 Emmys, where he will argue for the title of Best Comedy for the third time.
What is the third season of Ted Lasso about?
In the third season of the series, the creators will have to respond. the most obvious questions left by the second season. Among them is the role of Nate, the result of the relationship between Sam Obisanya and Rebecca Welton, who, surprisingly, becomes the main villain of the show. And of course the future of Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond in the Premier League.
Despite the secrecy regarding the new episodes, series director AJ Catoline was a little more open in his confirmation. arrival of new characters. Girls’ Becky Ann Baker will play Ted’s mother, while Jodi Balfour, best known for her role on Apple TV+’s For All Mankind, will play the venture capitalist.
In addition, we will see the return of reporter Trent Crimm despite being fired from The Independent at the end of season 2.
Why will it be Ted Lasso’s last season?
Despite the overwhelming success of the program, its creators announced it will only have three seasonssimply because that’s how it was designed from the start. In a recent interview, executive producer and showrunner Bill Lawrence also explained
“When we first laid out this particular story, we said this series would only have three seasons. And I would probably stay clean and say that even if Ted Lasso continued, the story the writing team was telling had a beginning, a middle and an end for the first three seasons. And then may deviate from it.”
Although nothing is certain another reason to confirm the end of the seriesthis the presence of fellow show creator and producer Jason Sudeikis. Due to his personal commitments, Sudeikis chooses to be in the United States and complete this project, which requires him to spend time in England.
Source: i Padizate
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