Why should the series continue?

    Rumor has it that the third season could be the last outing for head coach Ted Lasso. But this cannot be. While we can still accommodate bidding goodbye to Succession This year, we can’t let go Ted Lasso Because we need more upbeat shows like this amid so much doom and gloom that surrounds us.

    First, there’s still a lot to reveal about the series’ beloved character (not Nate) Ted Lasso, a show with heart and humor to make us feel that all is not so terrible with the world. Perhaps new characters and stories could even be brought in to keep things fresh. We’re sure the prolific minds behind the show can start brainstorming. Jason Sudeikis, one-fourth of the creative team (along with Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt, and Joe Kelly) in the back Ted Lasso, It’s open to more, and fans are already watching a fourth season.

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    There are more stories to tell

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    Sudeikis first portrayed the character of Ted in a series of promos for NBC Sports’ coverage of the English Premier League, and the Apple TV+ series grew from the seed of an idea. The first season broke records by being nominated for 20 Primetime Emmy Awards, the most for a season one comedy in Emmy history. Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham (who plays Ted’s coach and Richmond club owner, Rebecca Wilton) and Brett Goldstein (who plays everyone’s favorite soft, veteran quarterback-turned-assistant coach Roy Kent) win for their performances. Additionally, the series won the 2021 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series (they won it again in 2022). Season two earned an additional 20 nominations.

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    Ted Lasso Not only is it one of the most successful shows on TV right now, but it’s also the golden goose for Apple TV+, so even from a business standpoint, it makes sense to launch at least two more seasons.

    In Season 3, we finally get to see the villain in Nathan “Nate the Great” Shelley (Nick Mohammed). Tired of being kicked and getting a lot of respect from his team, Nate finally joins forces with Robert Mannion (Anthony Head). Mannion is Rebecca’s toxic ex, the former owner of AFC Richmond who currently owns West Ham United, the new antagonist in town. But aside from that central conflict, which should come to an end by the end of Season 3, we’ve got a lot more to explore.

    From Roy and Keeley’s (Juno Temple) relationship to Ted’s mental health and Nate’s new shenanigans – Season 3 really has a lot going for it. There’s also the matter of Rebecca and Sam’s (Toheeb Jimoh) attitude making fans uncomfortable with their age gap relationships. We wouldn’t mind seeing more standalone episodes involving Leslie (Jeremy Swift) or Coach Bird’s (Brendan Hunt) side quests, Jimmy (Phil Dunster) getting himself down into yet another hot soup, and ever-accident-prone Danny (Christo Fernandez) finally breaking his curse. Then there are the other players. A few new team members could augment the range with newer dynamics and perhaps more unconventional opponents.

    Channing Dungey, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Warner Bros. Television Group, the studio behind it Ted LassoHe also talked about the possibility of more stories, “What was the vision Jason and Bill had in the beginning [Lawrence] It was, when they entered season one, very much a three-act structure. Then I think it becomes one of those things that you start out with, and if you fall in love with that world and those characters, it’s hard to say goodbye.”

    We need a wonderful Ted rebound in our lives

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    Even in the golden age of television, there is a real dearth of shows like Gilmore Girls On TV — where we can dissect the subtext and simultaneously feel like we’re wrapped in a warm blanket on an autumn afternoon. While Ted doesn’t exactly make us feel like we’re falling for a TV character, he does feel like a mix of spring and summer. He’s the kind of friend and mentor we all wish we had in our corner, always seeing the best in us and the world at large, making the world a little better just by being around. unlike this is us —another show about good people living nice lives, you won’t cry at the end of every episode or feel toyed with by its contrived story arcs. We need more fun breeches that show like Ted Lasso Bring.

    But besides cheerfulness, Ted Lasso He also brings a refreshing unpredictability to his character dynamics, from unexpected relationships (platonic and romantic) to amoral billionaires taking advantage of people everywhere.

    We see a realistic representation of a mental health crisis when life and its many sorrows finally catch up with Ted. The fact that he’s the most optimistic character just helps to acknowledge that anyone can suffer from anxiety, regardless of their overall outlook on life. Everyone’s friend also needs someone to lean on, and Ted finds that support in sports psychologist Dr. Sharon Fieldstone (Sarah Niles). This story brazenly criticizes supporters and believers of toxic positivity without getting harsh.

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    However, given reports of hostile negotiations between Warner Bros. and the actors, the chances of a fourth season may be slim. We’ll always have what was promised as a near-perfect ending with Season 3, which comes out on March 15th. But there is hope for another solution!

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