Across the Pond! On-Air TV Review of ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 3

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of appears on “The Morning Mess” with Scott Thompson on WBGR-FM (Monroe, Wisconsin) on March 23rd, 2023, reviewing “Ted Lasso” Season 3, a continuation of the story of an American coach trying his methods out for a British soccer team, and other fish out of water situations. Currently streaming on Apple TV+. Oscarman rating: 5.0/5.0
Rating: 5.0/5.0

Ted Lasso was a a successful American football coach who unusually is hired by the AFC Richmond Greyhounds soccer team in London, and turns them around with his corn-pone Americanisms. He is aided by his right hand man nicknamed Beard (Brendan Hunt, also co-creator) and ex-star-player Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein). The first episode of Season Three all the cliff hangers from Season Two are addressed, especially the abdication of assistant coach Nate (Nick Mohammed) to rival team West Ham, which is owned by Rupert (Anthony Head), the ex-husband of Richmond owner Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham). And lest we forget Keeley (the bright Juno Temple) who has started her own PR firm. In Episode Two, Richmond’s latest star, the elusive Zava (Maximillian Osinki), is introduced.

’Ted Lasso’ Season 3
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Patrick McDonald of reviewed “Ted Lasso” Season 3 during the Morning Mess with Scott Thompson on WBGR-FM, Monroe, Wisconsin, March 23rd, 2023 …

”Ted Lasso” Season 3 is currently streaming on Apple TV+, with new episodes each Wednesday. Featuring Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Brett Goldstein, Nick Mohammed, Hannah Waddingham and Juno Temple. Created by Jason Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt and Joe Kelly. senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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