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Ted Lasso Season 1 On Apple TV+ Release Date, Cast And Other Crucial Details

Apple TV+ is progressing month and month and producing much better originals. Likes of See, Dear, Central Park and Defending Jacob. Now the streaming giant is bringing Ted Lasso, whose story revolves around the English Premier League. So after the release of Ted Lasso, Apple TV+ has added a Sports drama in its section.

So we got you converted with every possible information regarding the initial season of Ted Lasso.

Release Date

Ted Lasso hitting the screens of Apple TV+ on August 14, and there is a different approach with this show. The three episodes of the show will release on a specific date, and then the show will commence releasing on a weekly basis. So the show comprises 13 episodes in which three got released at the time of the initial release schedule, and the rest ten will follow the weekly basis schedule.

Trailer

Cast

  • Jason Sudeikis as Ted Lasso

  • Stephen Manas as Richard Montlaur

  • Colin Blyth as Press Photographer

  • Brendan Hunt as Coach Beard

  • Hannah Waddingham as Rebeca

  • Bronson Webb as Jeremy

Expected Plot

Ted Lasso will feature the story of a small-time college football team coach from Kansas. Later he got hired to train a professional team in England despite not having much onfield experience. So he got a pivotal role despite knowing the fact that he has no experience in coaching a team.

However, the story is pretty different as we saw many good players clutching the job of a professional club and gets significant success. But this time, the odds turn on his head, and we have to witness how he will cope with such responsibility.

Platform

The show will exclusively available on Apple TV plus, so don’t expect it to arrive on other platforms. However, Apple TV+ still lacks the cross-platform broadcasting where it original remains on it just like Netflix and other streaming giants.

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