How to Watch Ted Lasso
You may have heard of Ted Lasso, the amazing original series from 2020, but you may not know how you can watch it; after all, it certainly does not broadcast on any major cable channel. This guide has been written in order to give you a better idea of what your options for viewing this brilliant series are as well as giving you an explanation of what the show is about if you are really in the dark about it.
What is Ted Lasso?Ted Lasso is a comedy series that features Jason Sudeikis as an American football coach who gets a job to coach a professional soccer in the United Kingdom. Sadly for Ted, his only experience with soccer is that he knows it is referred to as football. Despite his gross inadequacy at coaching a game he does not even fully understand the rules to play, Ted's sheer enthusiasm and positive outlook are infectious enough to keep him going. Other notable talents in this show include Juno Temple, Anthony Stewart Head and Brett Goldstein.
How Many Seasons Does Ted Lasso Have?Currently, there are two finished seasons up for viewing. While you might think that that is all there will be of this show, the fact it has earned 20 Emmy nominations and won 7 of that award is a good sign that a third season is just waiting to pounce. Notably, this show won the 2021 Emmy awards for "Outstanding Comedy Series" and "Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series."
How Can I Watch Ted Lasso?Ted Lasso happens to be a product that is exclusive to Apple Apple TV+ platform; i.e. you will need to sign up for a subscription to that specific platform, or be in the good graces of someone else possessing one, to start bingeing.
If you do not want to give Apple a single cent, Apple TV+ does feature a one-week trial period. This free trial gives you seven days of unrestricted access to the Apple TV+ platform.
Whether you go for the free trial and decide to keep using the platform or decide to cut through the free trial and become a regular user, Apple will charge you a mere $4.99 a month. For the cost-conscious among you, $4.99 is considerably cheaper than the other major platforms; Netflix's basic subscription service is $8.99, Hulu has a $5.99 plan and Disney+ is either $8 per month or $80 per year. It is also worth mentioning that Apple TV+ allows for up to three active users at the same time without running into a single issue. Anyone who has ever tried to share a Netflix, Fubo, or Hulu account is well acquainted with the notion that you can only spread use of a platform among so many users at the exact same time.
While you might think that these are your only options to stream an Apple TV+-exclusive program like Ted Lasso, there is at least one wrinkle to that duality; anyone who purchases a new Apple device, be it a laptop, tablet or phone, receives one free year of Apple TV+ bundled into the purchase price of their device. This means that you can gift someone a MacBook Air and then that special person can return the kindness by streaming the Ted Lasso goodness to your smart TV or a big display monitor in the living room.