Ted Lasso 3×12, “So Long, Farewell,” provides closure for some of AFC Richmond’s best as Ted makes a decision about his future with the team.
Ted Lasso 3×11, “Mom City,” spends the penultimate outing deliberating forgiveness and second chances, turning the series’ prioritization of kindness inward.
Ted Lasso 3×10, “International Break,” looks inward as AFC Richmond reconnects with their inner child and commences a new — and final — era of healing.
Ted Lasso 3×09, “La Locker Room Aux Folles,” is great in its isolation but raises plenty of questions about how this story will conclude in three episodes.
Ted Lasso 3×08, “We’ll Never Have Paris,” instills hope that perhaps this show won’t hear its final whistle — at least not anytime soon.
Ted Lasso 3×07, “The Strings That Bind Us,” is a masterclass in storytelling as it pulls the ever-present invisible thread through three seasons of stories.
Ted Lasso 3×06, “Sunflowers,” taps into the show’s origin story with a trip to Amsterdam that ties together the mid-season finale with engaging pairings.
Ted Lasso 3×05, “Signs,” has earned twists and surprising turns that encourage a renewed belief that AFC Richmond will win the whole thing in the end.
Ted Lasso 3×04, “Big Week,” orbits around uncomfortable yet necessary conversations and illustrates how they can change everything.
Ted Lasso 3×03, “4-5-1,” challenges AFC Richmond’s ability to believe in believe as unexpected challenges impact their personal and professional spheres.
Ted Lasso 3×02, “(I Don’t Want to Go to) Chelsea,” makes a case for telling instead of showing by strengthening its central metaphor.
Ted Lasso 3×01, “Smells Like Mean Spirit,” poignantly and hilariously welcomes back the AFC Richmond family. Keep reading for our review!
Hannah Waddingham, best known for Ted Lasso, has joined the cast of Mission Impossible 8 and suddenly we care about this movie.
AFC Richmond is back in the trailer for Ted Lasso Season 3, proving we can always get what we want. Keep reading for the latest!
AFC Richmond will finally return to the small screen when Ted Lasso Season 3 premieres on Apple TV+ this spring. Keep reading for the latest!
Hocus Pocus 2 is everything the original 1993 movie was — and then some. Which, frankly, is rude. On a lot of levels.
Ted Lasso is back with an animated short to bring you some joy and get you into the holiday spirit. Read our thoughts on “The Missing Christmas Mustache!”
The end of the dark forest brings new beginnings as another season comes to a close for the Greyhounds. Check out our review of Ted Lasso 2×12, “Inverting the Pyramid of Success!”
Ted Lasso “Midnight Train to Royston” finds new ground to cover with the characters while setting up a confrontational season finale.
We need to celebrate Rebecca, Keeley, and Sassy’s friendship in Ted Lasso and how they succeed at representing female friendships!