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The third season of Ted Lasso, closer to release than you thought: when you could see it


Cristo Fernández, the actor who plays Dani Rojas in Ted Lasso, suggests that the third season of the acclaimed series could be released much sooner than you expected.

Specifically, he “hopes” that season 3 will release its first episode on Apple TV + before the end of 2022.

Shortly after the pandemic premiered in 2020, Ted Lasso quickly resonated with both critics and audiences, thanks to the balance between comedy and drama – a breath of fresh air for those in isolation. , in that period.

Sudeikis, Waddingham and Goldstein won all the Emmy, Temple, Hunt, Mohammed and Swift awards and nominations.

Season 2 of Ted Lasso premiered last summer and was based on the well-established cultural impact of the first season. Fans have been waiting for details about season 3, which is currently being filmed, but it doesn’t have an official release date yet, and if what Fernández says comes true, they, the fans, will have every reason to rejoice.

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Cristo Fernández, about the upcoming season of Ted Lasso

In a recent interview with PopCulture.com, Fernández talked about his experience shooting this year’s Ted Lasso series compared to last year’s. While praising the show’s creative team, he expressed hope that Season 3 will premiere sometime near the end of the year.

“We are very excited to return to the set and, fortunately, these times are different from last year, in terms of COVID. Last year I filmed in harsh conditions, but at least now the city has reopened. I am very amazed at how talented the writers of this series are. The scenarios are so good. I have been filming constantly for the last two months, things are going well and I have hope for the future. I want to believe that fans will appreciate season 3, which we hope will be released at the end of the year, “Cristo Fernández told PopCulture.com.

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