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  • Writer's pictureDylan Buell

Mini review: Ted Lasso - Season 3

Ted Lasso, the newly-promoted AFC Richmond faces ridicule as media predictions widely peg them as last in the Premier League and Nate, now hailed as the 'wonder kid,' has gone to work for Rupert at West Ham United.

Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein, Juno Temple, Phil Dunster, Brendan Hunt, and Nick Mohammed

The third and final season of 'Ted Lasso' follows in the footsteps of the previous two seasons, perfect from beginning to end. This final journey for AFC Richmond is the best yet revealing the true potential behind every character.

Jason Sudeikis once again out acts himself as Ted Lasso. Every scenes he's in has unbelievable weigh and he helps send off the show in a perfect way. The "enemy" arc between Ted and Nate is crafted so well. Every argument and every stare down feels personnel leading to a conclusion everyone will enjoy. Seeing Nates own personal journey was fantastic as well, seeing him grow and discover his true purpose in the world of football.

This season sees AFC Richmond on their cinderella arc in the best way possible. Every game matter until the final minutes of the finale leading to one of the greatest seasons of football that was sadly never played. No character fely left behind with everyone getting a few moments to shine and prove their worth. Time and time again the show gets to a point where you can't see it going higher, then shatters that roof.

Tears were shed and I smiled so hard my face hurt. For 3 seasons 'Ted Lasso' proved to be television at its best. While the fate of AFC Richmond is unknown on apple tv, there's only one thing to do if you wish to see these characters return... believe.

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