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The Official Full-Length Trailer For Ted Lasso S3 Just Dropped So Get Your Balls Ready

The wait is (almost) over, AFC Richmond fans. We’ve just copped the official full-length trailer (!!!) for Ted Lasso Season Three, and damn, we’re already syncing up another binge-watch (for the 20th time). Apple TV+ dropped the bloody full-length trailer on Tuesday, and the snippet is just so glorious. We’re so keen for the next season!!!

When is Ted Lasso Season Three being released?

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Is there a Ted Lasso Season Three trailer?

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What did the first look photo hint at?

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Is this the last season of Ted Lasso?

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But who knows? Maybe we’ll see some spin-off series where Roy Kent and Keeley move to America to manage a Major League Soccer team (sound familiar?).

Perhaps Rebecca will sell Richmond, or maybe we’ll even get a spin-off where Jamie is traded to a different club. Just please, please, do something, Apple TV+.

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Apple TV+ previously revealed that Season Three will premiere on March 15. That’s, like, a month away and never have I wanted time to pass more quickly than in this moment. Apple TV+ gifted us with an intense glimpse into Season 3 this morning as they dropped the official full-length trailer and honestly, we’re super emotional. The footage sees a bunch of our faves, like Roy Kent (), Keeley (), Rebecca (), Jamie (), Sam () and Dani () making new “Believe” signs for the AFC Richmond dressing rooms. You know, because that little asshole Nate () ripped it up at the end of season two. It also looks like things are gonna fully kick-off (both on and off the field) between Ted and the little asshole *cough* sorry, Nate. No one says much in the trailer, but we do get a snippet of a cute little pre-match dressing room speech and a joke made at sexy Roy, but it is packed with intense scenes from the upcoming showdown…we can’t bloody wait! Check it out below: Apple TV+ also previously released a teaser trailer which gave us a bunch of wholesome scenes into Season 3. Previously, all we had to go off was one (1) pic from Season Three. It hinted at some unresolved drama between Ted () and Nate, as they’re pictured facing off against each other. No, they’re not looking lovingly into each other’s eyes (although, I can’t see why they wouldn’t wanna). It follows a key moment in the season two finale after at Ted, left AFC Richmond, and joined West Ham United — the Premier League team that is also owned by Rupert Mannion (). It’s been a dick move that’s honestly occupied a lot of our thoughts for the last year and a half. Part of me is still not ready to move sweet baby Nate into antagonist territory (). The other half of me wants to get a big football-shaped brick and hurl it at his face, especially after how he treated Ted in the season finale. “Everybody loves you. The great Ted Lasso, well I think you’re a fucking joke,” Nate said to wholesome Ted during the season two finale, before RIPPING UP the “Believe” sign hanging in the locker room. Consider my heart torn into a thousand pieces. Judging by this first look, Ted is looking to stir some shit (or get answers, probably), as he’s pictured in the West Ham locker room, Rupert ominously lurking in the background like a cute little Sith Lord. Say it ain’t so (please, dear God). It’s been wildly speculated if is still going ahead as a three-season arc like it was originally pitched. “This story is going to be over [in Season Three], regardless, even if the show finds another story to tell and goes on,” co-creator on podcast shortly after season two ended in October 2021. Co-writer and star Brett Goldstein also confirmed the bad news back in June 2022. “We are writing it like that. It was planned as three [seasons],” he told the . And as if you didn’t need any further confirmation that this is ‘s last hurrah, co-creator (aka Coach Beard), hinted that the three-part story is still going ahead. “We are writing an ending for this three-chunk portion that we’ve always seen, but it’s not like Thanos is in it and half of us die. Most of us, anyway, will probably still be alive, so I don’t think leaving an out is anything to worry about,” he told . “It’s just a matter of whether or not we pick this up in some other way, and when.” Okay, so good news: everyone will (probably) be alive by the end of Season Three. The bad news? That’s probably it for the story. With it being Apple TV+’s most successful show to date (it’s still one of the most Emmy-nominated debut comedy series in history!), it’s hard to envision a world where they would let this gem slip through the cracks. But then again, maybe that’s wishful thinking. Relive season one and two of over on .
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