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‘Ted Lasso’: Cryptic Response From Brett Goldstein Suggests Season 3 Could Be the Final One

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Fans of the multi-Emmy-winning comedy-drama series “Ted Lasso” on AppleTV+ don’t want the series to come to an end. Even the stars adored by the audience are not ready to say goodbye to their roles so soon. 

However, Jason Sudeikis, the principal, and actors of the series, must make that critical decision. Fans of the series, which is presently in production for Season 3, are impatiently hoping that it would be renewed for a fourth season. Earlier it was planned that this will be the final season of the show which was later denied by the show makers. Recently, actor Brett Goldstein, who also works as an executive producer and writer, commented on this possibility.

In a recent interview with Brett Goldstein for the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Brett discussed the much-anticipated season 3 of Ted Lasso. The Roy Kent actor and co-creator of the series acknowledged that there had been many discussions about the show’s end. Still, in a change of style, Goldstein responded cryptically by saying that he didn’t want to ruin the experience for fans of the series. He said, “we can’t say anything, and we are not allowed to say anything, even though I understand that everyone wants to know everything, but wouldn’t it be better if you knew nothing?”

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Despite the show’s immense popularity, Brendan Hunt, who plays beloved Assistant Coach Beard, has previously stated that Ted Lasso will end after season 3. Goldstein revealed in mid-2022 that the season finale was being scripted as a series finale. However, AppleTV+ has confirmed that Season 3 of Ted Lasso will launch in its app in mid-2023. Seasons 1 and 2 can be seen right now on AppleTV+.

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