Ted Lasso may be over, however spin-offs might very effectively be on the way in which.
“Everyone knew it was the top, however it’s additionally the top for now. It’s going to be two or three years earlier than something occurs – if something occurs,” director Declan Lowney advised The Hollywood Reporter.
Added Lowney: “You understand, I believe that it [could have] saved going, however it had achieved its factor – the three-season arc, that was the deal, that was what [Jason Sudeikis] needed. However I really feel there’s one thing else. … There can be different issues.”
The official Apple TV Twitter account even gave the impression to be hinting at a possible spin-off, posting a photograph of Coach Beard (Brendan Hunt), Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein), and Nate Shelley (Nick Mohammed), with the caption “smells like potential” after the sequence finale aired.
“I’m cautious of a spin-off, to be sincere,” Mohammed beforehand advised GamesRadar+. “Don’t get me mistaken, if everybody else was up for it and doing it, and the story felt intriguing and attention-grabbing, I’d be open to it, in fact. However, notably with Nate, now we have advised an actual story with him, so that you wouldn’t wish to do one thing substandard.”
Season three ended with Ted returning to the US, Roy changing into the brand new supervisor of AFC Richmond, Beard remaining as assistant coach, and Nate returning as assistant to the package man. Whether or not or not we get a brand new sequence based mostly on the trio’s post-Ted adventures stays to be seen.
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