Ted Lasso — Official Trailer | Apple TV+

Watch the trailer for the feel-good sports comedy Ted Lasso from SNL alum Jason Sudeikis premiering on August 14th.


Jason Sudeikis is Ted Lasso, a Southern football coach shipped to England to coach in a private soccer league, despite having no experience in the British meaning of "football." The show revives a character created by Sudeikis for NBC Sports Network in 2013.

Watch the origins of Ted Lasso where Sudeikis premieres his Southern football coach in England character, which eventually becomes the basis for his new Apple TV+ series.

The first three episodes drop on Apple TV+ on August 14th, with subsequent episodes premiering every Friday on the streaming service.

The show also stars Hannah Waddingham, Brendan Hunt, and Jeremy Swift, among others.

The trailer promises a feel-good underdog storyline beloved by fans of sports movies and TV shows. Sudeikis, along with Scrubs screenwriter Bill Lawrence will take a comedic approach to the heartfelt soccer story filled with laughs, smiles, and cheers.

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