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‘Ted Lasso’ Will End After Season Three

Well, all good things must come to an end. Ted Lasso will officially take its final bow with its upcoming third season.

Writer and co-star Brett Goldstein spoke with the Sunday Times about the plan. “[The show] was planned as three,” said Goldstein, who plays Roy Kent in the series. “Spoiler alert: everyone dies.”

Jokes aside, the hit Apple TV+ series premiered at a time when people needed some kind and light-hearted television in the world. Since its first season, fans and critics have praised lead Jason Sudeikis’ role for his humanity and humor. And according to show creator Bill Lawrence, it’s up to Sudeikis if the series continues on.

“I’d love the show to keep going, but it’s only going to keep going as long as [Sudeikis] feels like it’s a cool thing for him, not only to do creatively and professionally, but personally,” Lawrence told the Hollywood Reporter.
If (and when) the series ends, Lawrence may finally have time to work on a Scrubs revival, which he co-created. But until then, Lawrence’s main focus is telling the story of the AFC Richmond team.
“The cool thing about this is when we started, we plotted out everybody’s beginning, middle and end,” Lawrence explained. “I would say that this story is going to be over next year, regardless, even if the show finds another story to tell and goes on.”
Season three of Ted Lasso is currently in production.

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