What Could Cause a Delay in the Premiere of ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 3?


Ted Lasso, the hit Apple TV+ comedy, will return for a third season, although the release date for the new episodes has not yet been announced. Although the Jason Sudeikis sitcom has previously debuted in August and July, this year’s launch is unlikely to occur in the summer. “Football wrinkle” is what Hunt refers to as the show’s soccer sequences’ logistical challenges.

When will Ted Lasso Season 3 start?

Before revealing that Season 3 will begin later than Season 2, “We’re in pre-production,” TVLine quotes Hunt as saying. As a result, I would be astonished.” This is above my pay grade; I don’t know for sure, but I do have some awareness of the boundaries looks quite improbable that we [premiere] as early this year. Even if it takes longer than expected, we’re going to try our best to get it right this time.

Even the show’s stars are about the third season’s narrative specifics. Hannah Waddingham, the show’s Emmy winner, told Entertainment Tonight that the show’s creative staff “knows all.”Waddingham’s AFC Richmond club owner Rebecca Welton (Toheeb Jimoh) had a hidden flirtation with teenage Jimoh in Season 2’s key narrative line. It’s not clear to Waddingham, though, whether or not they have a future together.

There are many unanswered questions, ranging from old friendships to the future of new romantic relationships. Speaking on behalf of Rebecca, I feel that Sam has been the doorway that’s allowed her to regain the self-confidence she’s been lacking,” she said. I don’t think she would believe she could keep hold of him if she knew Rebecca’s way of doing things.”

First-ever Super Bowl commercial: Waddingham stars as a cackling high-roller for Rakuten. However, he assures us that the cameras will begin rolling “soon.”

Why is there being a delay?

The second season of Ted Lasso finished with a significant cliffhanger: Nick Mohammed’s Nate left as Richmond’s assistant coach and accepted a new position Rupert’s recently bought West Ham United. In an interview with TVLine, Mohammed talked about Nate’s transformation in Season 2, and you can read it here.

As of right now, there is very little information about Season 3, but Bill Lawrence, the show’s other co-creator/exec producer, has previously confirmed that Sarah Niles (who first appeared in Season 2’s premiere as team psychologist Dr. Sharon Fieldstone), will both factor heavily into next 12 episodes despite their presumed exits in Oct. 8 finale.

TVLine has contacted Apple TV+ about Ted Lasso’s possible delay. Meanwhile, share your aspirations for Season 3 in the comments section below.