Ted Lasso Season 3 Release Date: Is There Going to Be the Third Season of Ted Lasso, or Not?
You should do that. BELIEVE Production on the third season of Ted Lasso has begun. As part of their Twitter announcements, Apple teased the start of the new season and new AFC Richmond kits.
In the future, the winner of an Emmy will be back on TV, maybe later this year. Producers and writers have big plans in store.
Because of course, spoilers for Ted Lasso season 2 are below, but you’ve already seen the last episode. You’ve already been on the roller coaster of emotions in that match, haven’t you? We’re going to start right now because we now know more about the story of season 3.
Release Date Rumours for Ted Lasso Season 3
Leaks are still going on even though Apple hasn’t said anything about it. We don’t know who The Hollywood Reporter’s source is, but the outlet said that Apple plans to air Ted Lasso season 3 by summer 2022. We’re not on a Lasso/Crimm level of friendship with them.
The short time between seasons 2 and 3 — less than a year! — seems to be due to good planning. Note that Apple announced Ted Lasso season 3 before the second season could even air. It will air in October 2020.
The brains at Team Lasso may have been able to start planning and writing the new season early because they had a head start. That’s not true, though. AFC Richmond’s season 1 relegation and season 2 promotion show Bill Lawrence and his team have a plan.
Is There Going to Be the Third Season of Ted Lasso, or Not?
New season. New kits.@TedLasso Season 3 has started production. https://t.co/wKhlsAOppT
— Apple TV (@AppleTV) March 7, 2022
In this case, filming will last about five months and post-production will take about four months. In that case, the third season of Ted Lasso would come out in late December of 2022.
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Cast Rumours for Ted Lasso’s Third Season
Other likely returning cast members are as follows:
- Phil Dunster as Jamie Tartt, the star player who is proving unselfish
- Kola Bokinni as Isaac McAdoo, the captain of AFC Richmond
- Billy Harris as Colin Hughes, who is still working on his self-confidence
- Cristo Fernández as Dani Rojas, who remembered that football is life
- Moe Jeudy-Lamour as Thierry Zoreaux, AFC Richmond’s goalkeeper
- Charlie Hiscock as Will (the kitman)
- Annette Badland as Mae, who works at The Prince’s Head pub
- Adam Colborne as Baz, a regular at The Prince’s Head
- Bronson Webb as Jeremy, a regular at The Prince’s Head
- Kevin Garry as Paul, a regular at The Prince’s Head
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