We’re ready to “believe in BELIEVE” again! Not everything that happened in 2020 was a dumpster fire, and this show is there to prove it. One of our favorite shows, Ted Lasso Season 2 on Apple TV, reminds us of that can do attitude is all you really need.
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Starring Jason Sudeikis as the title character, a US football coach who is improbably hired to coach soccer in England, the show won praise as a breath of fresh air with its upbeat, can-do attitude, Ted’s folksy charm and the eccentric players and personnel that fleshed out the team.
Ted Lasso Season 2
Award-winning Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso returned for season two on July 23, after receiving a whopping 20 Emmy Award nominations. Fans were more than eager to see their favorite hopeful British soccer (or football, as it’s referred to internationally) coach, played by Jason Sudeikis, back on the AFC Richmond field once again. Now, audiences are cheering on the whole Ted Lasso team IRL during the 2021 Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 19.
The charismatic ensemble comedy cast has previously earned the series three Critics’ Choice awards, a Golden Globe, a SAG award and two WGA awards after its 2020 premiere.
Season two debuted a new crop of problems for Ted, team owner Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) and players Dani Rojas (Cristo Fernández), Jamie Tartt (Phil Dunster) and Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein). Thankfully, Coach Beard (Brendan Hunt) and Nate (Nick Mohammed) are there to make sure Ted keeps his cool under pressure.
“For those people who think it’s about football, I think we all know it’s very much not about football,” Waddingham exclusively told E! News about why Ted Lasso is special, following her Emmy nod for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series on July 13. “It’s about the beautiful game of people in each other’s lives more than anything.” – E news