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!
We’re exposing ourself little by little to more and more Miles Teller acting roles, so we can prepare ourselves for Top Gun this summmer.
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!
The Greyhounds come together to support one of their own in Ted Lasso 2×10, “No Weddings and a Funeral.” Check out our review!
Have you ever wondered what Coach Beard’s late nights look like? Ted Lasso 2×09 “Beard After Hours” delivers! Check out our review!
Ted Lasso 2×08 “Man City” delves into the darkest parts of the characters’ lives in such an honest way that it’ll take your breath away.
The Greyhounds struggle with mindfulness and self-care on Ted Lasso 2×07, “Headspace.” Read on for our review!
Ted Lasso 2×06, “The Signal” ushers us into the dark forest but not without the light of hope to guide us along the way.
Ted Lasso knows how to steal our hearts! Read our review to find out why we loved the rom-com inspired episode “Rainbow.”
Ted Lasso delivers an instant holiday classic and ushers in the season early with “Carol of the Bells.” Read on for our review!
Ted Lasso 2×03, “Do the Right-est Thing,” stays true to its title when the characters try to take the high road no matter the consequences.
Ted Lasso 2×02, “Lavender,” delves into little acts of bravery that provide a whole new level of depth to our favorite characters.
Ted Lasso Season 2 Episode 1, “Goodbye, Earl,” finds Richmond at the start of a new and unlucky football season. Check out our review!
Ted Lasso Season 2 is almost here! So now is as good a time as any to revisit some of the best moments from Season 1 of the Apple TV+ series. These moments made us laugh, cry, or laugh until…
Jamie Tartt is an antagonist, but he’s not a villain. He’s one of Ted Lasso’s aces, and we’re here to remind you why.
We’re revisiting our favorite aspects of Ted Lasso Season 1 in anticipation of the new season and that means talking about Keeley and Roy.
We’re counting down the days to Ted Lasso Season 2 by appreciating some of the greatest parts of Season 1. Of course, we have to start with our deep appreciation for Keeley and Rebecca’s friendship.