The upcoming season of the sports comedy-drama is set to premiere on March 15 and will pick up where season two left off; Ted (Jason Sudeikis) faces mounting pressures at both work and home, as he now deals with analysts pegging AFC Richmond as last in the Premiere League. Meanwhile, fans will see Nate (Nick Mohammed) in his first season working for West Ham United, the club owned by Rebecca’s (Hannah Waddingham) ex-husband Rupert (Anthony Head), Keeley (Juno Temple) launching her own PR agency and Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) and Beard (Brendan Hunt) working together as assistant coaches at Richmond. “Things seem to be falling apart both on and off the pitch, but Team Lasso is set to give it their best shot anyway,” the synopsis reads.
An accompanying teaser also shows AFC Richmond’s players and staff designing their own “BELIEVE” posters and putting it on top of their lockers after Nate angrily tore Ted’s original poster from the first season. A surprised Ted and Beard see what the players have done in the room, with the former stating, “Well, if seeing is believing, I believe we’ve been seen.”
Previous statements from Goldstein and Hunt, who co-crated the series, hinted at the possibility of season three marking the end of Ted Lasso. It remains to be confirmed by Apple TV+ and the showrunners, however.
Watch the teaser above. Ted Lasso season three premieres March 15.
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