“Ted Lasso” Season 3 Teaser Reveals Hopeful Message & Premiere Date

Seeing is believing. That’s the message in the first teaser for Ted Lasso season three, which has an official premiere date.

The critical and commercial hit series returns to Apple TV on Wednesday, March 15, with a new episode dropping weekly after that. Season 3 will boast 12 episodes and will track Coach Lasso (Jason Sudeikis) and AFC Richmond’s new reality as they’ve now been promoted to the Premier League. As the featured image reveals, season 3 will also explore the new rivalry between Coach Lasso and his former assistant Nate (Nick Mohammed), who defected from AFC Richmond to go coach West Ham United, owned by the hilariously unlikable Rupert (Anthony Head). Will Nate continue down the road of insufferability? Will AFC Richmond flourish or flounder in the Premier League? These are just a few of the questions season 3 will answer.

Yet Coach Lasso has some new help on the coaching front, with Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) now stepping into the role of assistant coach, alongside the dependable Coach Beard (Brenand Hunt). Other storylines include Keeley (Juno Temple) taking on running her own PR agency, and AFC Richmond owner Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham)’s longstanding feud with her ex-husband, Rupert, who she yearns to obliterate (on the field, and probably off it, too.)

Returning cast members include Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, Toheeb Jimoh, Cristo Fernandez, Kola Bokinni, Billy Harris, and James Lance.

Check out the season 3 teaser below.

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Featured image: Nick Mohammed and Jason Sudeikis in “Ted Lasso,” coming soon to Apple TV+.


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