Ted Lasso Season Three Now Available on Apple TV+

The third season of popular comedy series "Ted Lasso" is now available to watch on Apple TV+ for those who are subscribed to Apple's streaming service. Season three could be the final season of the show, which tells the story of an American football coach who moves to the UK to oversee the AFC Richmond football club.

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"Ted Lasso" is one of Apple's most popular shows, and the first two seasons have been widely praised. Actor Jason Sudeikis, who plays Ted Lasso, has won a Golden Globe for his performance, while the show itself won an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series.

In the third season, Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond will face off against West Ham United, where former AFC Richmond assistant coach Nate Shelley has defected. AFC Richmond must prove that it won't come in dead last in the Premier League, contrary to media speculation.

Apple is heavily promoting the third season of "Ted Lasso," partnering with Nike for a whole range of AFC Richmond jerseys, hoodies, t-shirts, and sweatshirts. There's also a promotional "Biscuits with the Boss" Ted Lasso ice cream flavor available from Jeni's, which features shortbread cookie pieces in a sweet cream base. The official Ted Lasso store also sells everything from hats and shirts to phone cases, dartboards, and socks. There's even a Ted Lasso Monopoly game available for preorder.

The first episode of season three is available starting today, with the second episode set to come out on March 22. Apple will be releasing one episode per week, and the season features 12 total episodes.

Sudeikis in early March told media news site Deadline that season three marks the "end of the story" of Ted Lasso, but there is potential for a spinoff. Apple has not confirmed that the show is ending after the third season.

Top Rated Comments

TomaxXamot Avatar
14 months ago

I didn't waste time watching S03E01 today. While I think the show is good and seems to be a big hit, I think it could fare just as well without all the swearing dialogue all the time. Shrinking has the same problem with the dialogue. I find it's overuse gets to be distracting.
If Roy Kent was unable to say “F**k” the show would not be as hilarious.

Also, the headline of this article is a little misleading- the third season is not available- the first episode is. The article doesn’t mention that until the second last paragraph. Not that most people don’t already know that Apple doesn’t release entire seasons at once, but the headline should’ve read something like “Season 3 premiere of Ted Lasso now available on Apple TV+”.
Score: 31 Votes (Like | Disagree)
boss.king Avatar
14 months ago

Ted Lasso is such hokey show. There's Severance which is absolutely amazing and MacRumors never talks about it. WHY???
What are they meant to talk about? There’s no new season out, nor any news about the new season that I’m aware of. On top of that, Ted Lasso has a much broader appeal than Severance.

I love both shows, but it’s pretty obvious why the bigger show gets talked about more.
Score: 15 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Treq Avatar
14 months ago

It would be cool if this "ted lasso" could be blocked/hidden in the tv app. Thanks, not interested.
You just gotta let Ted be Ted. That’s how he wins you over.
Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
japanime Avatar
14 months ago

Why don't I like the "Ted Lasso" show? I tried the first episode out of curiosity. However, I have not watched "TV" in thirty years. Not a fan of "Hollywood" stuff.
Talk about bad luck. You manage to go 30 years without watching TV, and then the TV show with which you break your impressive steak of abstinence is one that you don't like. ;)
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
WoodTableFromIkea Avatar
14 months ago

It would be cool if this "ted lasso" could be blocked/hidden in the tv app. Thanks, not interested.
And yet... Here you are commenting on the very same topic about the thing that doesn't interest you... Hmm.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
maxrest Avatar
14 months ago
Love this show!! Glad it’s back
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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