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‘Ted Lasso’ Season 3 Needs Us to Maintain Onto That Feeling

Do you “consider” in life after Ted Lasso? The teaser trailer for the third and reportedly closing season of Apple TV’s Emmy-winning comedy sequence has dropped, and it seems just like the crew from AFC Richmond will finish their run by participating in some on-brand arts and crafts. 

The trailer begins with Emmy winner Brett Goldstein‘s assistant coach Roy Kent scowling at a yellow poster board with a blue marker in his hand. He’s not alone: one after the other, different members of the ensemble seem to mark up their very own indicators. Phil Dunster‘s less-than-brilliant Jamie Tart licks the tip of his marker. Hannah Waddingham‘s Rebecca Welton munches on her beloved biscuits as she contemplates hers, whereas Juno Temple‘s Keeley Jones breaks out the glitter and sparkles. Quickly, Toheeb Jimoh‘s Sam Obisanya, Cristo Fernández‘s Dani Rojas, and Jeremy Swift‘s Leslie Higgins set blue marker to yellow paper. What are all of them writing?

It is Lasso’s motto, in fact. Finally, every character reveals their very own particular model of the phrase “consider.” Tart runs out of house and has to scrunch the letters on the finish; Kent’s “consider” is so small you’ll be able to barely see it. Rebecca’s is written in exacting block letters, whereas Higgins’ is written in pristine cursive. Keeley’s, naturally, is the prettiest and most ornately embellished. 

On the finish of the teaser, Sudeikis’s Lasso walks into the locker room with Brendan Hunt‘s Coach Beard to search out all of the “consider” posters hanging on the wall. The trailer ends with the smiley, uber-positive soccer coach giving his signature model of cornball cheese. “Nicely, if seeing is believing then I suppose we have been seen,” he says. 

Ted Lasso streams on Apple TV+ on March fifteenth. 

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