Ted Lasso (Apple TV +): return to AFC Richmond in the trailer for season 3
Pull up your socks, put on your cleats and iron your jersey: a new season at AFC Richmond is about to begin! The football club at the center of the series Ted Lasso is about to return for a (highly) awaited season 3. And to avoid any breakdown, the Apple TV+ streaming platform has released a new trailer as a warm-up.
Last season for AFC Richmond?
In this new season broadcast from March 15 on Apple TV +, AFC Richmond will have to manage the turmoil outside and on the ground. Love triangle, thrills of the elite, sporting rivalries, heated face-to-face…: this new exercise promises a lot.
- Watch the trailer for Ted Lasso – season 3:
So it’s on the music of You Can’t Always Get What You Want of the Rolling Stones that viewers are invited to celebrate their return to the AFC RIchmond, mounted in the Premier League, the elite of English football. A division that will place the club of Ted, Roy Kent, Coach Beard and Hannah against West Ham of Rupert and Nate, a former protege who has become an adversary.
Here is the official synopsis for Season 3: “Newly promoted AFC Richmond are ridiculed as media predictions rank the team bottom in the Premier League. Nate, now hailed as the ‘prodigal son’, went to work for Rupert at West Ham United. Meanwhile, Roy Kent becomes an assistant coach alongside Beard, as Ted deals with the pressures of work and continues to struggle with his personal issues. Rebecca intends to defeat Rupert and Keeley struggles with her press agency. Things seem to be falling apart both on and off the pitch, but Lasso’s team is resolute.
This third season is announced as the last by actor John Sudeikis, who said that the program was designed for a story in three acts, no more. However, no official announcement from Apple has confirmed the end of the series. For the moment. Season 3 of Ted Lassoconsisting of 12 episodes, will be broadcast from March 15 on Apple TV+, at the rate of one episode per week.
With 11 Emmy Awards and strong popular success, Ted Lasso is one of the great successes of recent years, and one of the jewels of the Apple TV+ streaming platform. This was launched in France in November 2019, but is not positioned as a direct rival to Netflix, Disney + and Amazon Prime Video. Apple’s streaming platform chooses big names and quality programs. And this is bearing fruit since, in addition to the success of the series Ted Lasso And Severancehis film CODA was the first born from a platform to win the Oscar for best film in 2022.
Billed at €4.99/month at launch, Apple TV+ recently increased its price and is now offered at €6.99/month (€69/year). You can try the streaming platform for free for seven days.
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