Apple TV+ Posts New 'Ted Lasso' Video Ahead of July 23 Premiere

Ahead of a July 23 premiere, Apple TV+ has posted a new "Ted Lasso" video on its official YouTube channel called "The Lasso Way."


The video combines clips from the new season with interviews with the cast of the series, discussing how the feel-good show has positively impacted their lives and the lives of many viewers they've heard from since its launch.

The second season has been widely anticipated and was promoted by Apple CEO Tim Cook during the company's April event. The show regularly takes pride of place at the top of Apple's official ‌Apple TV+‌ website, and also has a line of official merchandise associated with it.

For its first season, "Ted Lasso" was nominated for and won multiple awards, including a Golden Globe for Jason Sudeikis, who plays the show's namesake main character.

The second season of the show, which consists of 12 episodes, premieres on ‌‌‌Apple TV+‌‌‌ on July 23. Season 2 of "The Morning Show," another hit series for the streaming platform, will debut on September 17.

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ksgant Avatar
37 months ago
Totally blew my mind that Ted's boss in this is the same woman from Game of Thrones that did the "Shame...Shame...Shame" walk.
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Kabeyun Avatar
37 months ago
It’s just a lovely show and it came along when a lot of people, including me, needed some positivity. Very much looking forward to the second season.
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TheYayAreaLiving ?️ Avatar
37 months ago
Is that a new 2021 16" Macbook Pro and 2021 iPhone? ? Notice how she's not wearing an Apple watch (:



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ErikGrim Avatar
37 months ago

I'm pretty sure that about goldfish having short memory is a myth:

According to the American Museum of Natural History, fish use spatial cognition, and there are areas within a goldfish’s brain that are analogous to the hippocampus in humans, a region that has a major role in learning and memory. In a series of studies, a Young Naturalist Award winner used goldfish as an animal model to help us understand learning and memory in the human brain. After training goldfish to find a food reward using a training maze, she tested their ability to find the reward in a testing maze. The testing maze, which contained several obstacles that could be rotated relative to the training maze, was used to assess whether goldfish are capable of adjusting their strategy for finding the food reward. She discovered that goldfish successfully found the food and bypassed the obstacles, both when the testing maze was in the identical orientation as the training maze and when the testing maze was rotated 180 degrees relative to the training maze. These results suggest that goldfish can recall spatial tasks and can adjust these tasks based on changes in their surroundings.

https://blogs.iu.edu/sciu/2020/09/05/goldfish-myths/
Correct. We've all known this since at least Mythbusters season 1. The truthiness of this "fact" isn't necessary for the scene to work as long as the people within the show believes it.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
star-affinity Avatar
37 months ago
I'm pretty sure that about goldfish having short memory is a myth:

According to the American Museum of Natural History, fish use spatial cognition, and there are areas within a goldfish’s brain that are analogous to the hippocampus in humans, a region that has a major role in learning and memory. In a series of studies, a Young Naturalist Award winner used goldfish as an animal model to help us understand learning and memory in the human brain. After training goldfish to find a food reward using a training maze, she tested their ability to find the reward in a testing maze. The testing maze, which contained several obstacles that could be rotated relative to the training maze, was used to assess whether goldfish are capable of adjusting their strategy for finding the food reward. She discovered that goldfish successfully found the food and bypassed the obstacles, both when the testing maze was in the identical orientation as the training maze and when the testing maze was rotated 180 degrees relative to the training maze. These results suggest that goldfish can recall spatial tasks and can adjust these tasks based on changes in their surroundings.

https://blogs.iu.edu/sciu/2020/09/05/goldfish-myths/
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