On the announcement of their new show “A Football Manager In The Premier League,” few people were expecting it to be a success.
With Ted Lasso continuing to shine, Roy Kent being one of TV’s funniest characters and again scooping up multiple Emmy awards, it’s safe to say that the show did pretty well.
With the second season complete, it is not clear what Lasso and the Diamond Dogs are going to do since their promotion back up to the Premier League in the third season.
These are all the details you need to know about Ted Lasso season three, including when you can watch it, who is in it, and what is expected to happen.
Ted Lasso season 3 release date
On July 23, 2021, the second season of Ted Lasso was released. The season two finale was then released on October 8th, 2021. A week after each episode’s release, new episodes were made available for streaming.
There is no confirmed release date yet regarding the next season. Though, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the show was supposed to start airing in summer of 2022, but it seems that may be pushing it a little too far at the moment and more recent reports suggest it will happen closer towards the end of 2022. Apple announced production on 7 March 2022 and now there is still no confirmed release date.
The series co-creator Brendan Hunt told TV Line: “We are definitely starting later this year than in Season 2, that’s for sure,” Hunt says. “So I would be surprised if our delivery dates were the same. We don’t know when Season 3 is going to air, because it will depend on the timeline of production.”
Cristo Fernández, who plays Dani Rojas in the TV show “Dani Rios,” told Popculture: “We have been shooting for two months, and things are going well. I’m hopeful that the fans will love our 3rd season as well. It is expected to be released at the end of 2022.”
How Do We Think the Future Holds For Ted Lasso Season 3?
In the moving finale episode of Season Two, Dr. Sharon Fieldstone bid farewell to Ted Lasso as she affirms her faith in him with a hug. The final episode also seemed to spell the imminent departure of The Independent’s Trent Crimm after he revealed that Nate was his source for the exposé on Ted’s panic attack, but TV Line reports those departures are a bit of a fake out.
Both will be returning for the third season which will also introduce Jack, an charming venture capitalist in the mix. Don’t expect any major upheaval in the cast list; according to producer Chip Kroeger, Season Three is “more of what everyone loves and what has worked and just going deeper into the characters … pursuing information about their past.”
Where Will It Pick Up?
There is currently no confirmed information as to when or where the new season will pick up. Season One jumped ahead a few months, with AFC Richmond traversing a streak of draws after relegation. The Season One finale already did a bit of a time jump, too. After seeing Nate tell Ted off and quit the team, we know that he’s on the coaching staff (perhaps head coach?) at West Ham, which was purchased by Rebecca’s philandering ex-husband.
In Season One, Nate took a tumble from feel-good underdog status to hateful, seething second man who wanted his time in the coaching spotlight. Season Three will almost certainly follow the dueling paths of AFC Richmond and West Ham as the good and the vain face off with one another.
can deny that Keeley and Roy’s chemistry is at the forefront of this show. A storyline has also been dealt with fairly quickly so there is no doubt that we will still find out what The Independent’s Trent Crimme’s intentions are.