‘Ted Lasso’ Trailer: ‘If Seeing Is Believing, I Believe We’ve Been Seen’
Rejoice, fans of Ted Lasso! Here’s a great Valentine’s Day treat: a teaser and release date of the highly-anticipated season 3. The footballers of AFC Richmond take on a wholesome art project in the minute-long teaser, styling the word “Believe” for the locker room. Every player’s sign reflects their personality, but that’s what we love about the show.
Coach Ted and Coach Beard notice the signs right away, and Ted says, “Well, if seeing is believing, then I believe we’ve been seen.”
Watch the teaser for season 3 below, which streams on March 15 on Apple TV+:
Ted Lasso‘s second season came out in October 2021 and fans have been patiently waiting for the positive soccer coach’s return.
I believe in believe.— Ted Lasso (@TedLasso) January 15, 2021
We left season two with a cliffhanger, as Nate (Nick Mohammed) “the wonder kid” left Richmond to go work for Rupert (Anthony Head) at West Ham United after not feeling appreciated by Ted. Our favorite foul-mouthed footballer Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) steps up as assistant coach alongside Beard (Brendan Hunt). Meanwhile, Ted tries to deal with stress in his work and home life and manage his mental health. Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) is laser-focused on defeating her pretentious ex Rupert (Anthony Head) while Keeley (Juno Temple) has departed the team to start her own public relations firm.
“Things seem to be falling apart both on and off the pitch, but Team Lasso is set to give it their best shot anyway,” a press release reads.
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The first three episodes will be available on premiere day, followed by new episodes weekly, every Wednesday. The third season will have 12 episodes total, and it is unclear if this will be the final season. As we’ve previously reported, the show creators have often said the series was going to end after three seasons, with writer and star Brett Goldstein confirming that their plan on season three is for it to serve as the narrative’s conclusion.
“We are writing it like that,” Goldstein revealed in June 2022 to the Sunday Times about season three being the final season. “It was planned as three. Spoiler alert — everyone dies.” While the journey of Ted is seemingly coming to an end, the series may have a spinoff in mind for their other characters. In addition to the final season being written as the end, the upcoming episodes will feature a time jump.