Ted Lasso season 2 episode quantity is greater than we thought
The ‘Ted Lasso’ star recently spoke about the episode order of the second season in an interview with Collider.
Cuddle up together Ted Lasso Fans, because we have a very fun update for Season 2 for you guys. Recently, Collider’s own Steve Weintraub sat down with Juno temple to talk about their new Apple TV + movie Palmer. But Temple is also one of the cast of Ted Lasso and considering that here at Collider we absolutely love that Jason Sudeikis Comedy, we had to ask her about the show in general as well as about season 2. While Temple had a lot to say about Ted Lasso, it was her comments about the number of episodes in Season 2 that caught our attention.
Production for season two is already underway, meaning that Temple, Sudeikis, and their Ted Lasso co-stars have worked hard to film the ongoing adventures of trainer Ted Lasso and the AFC Richmond team. We were curious to see how long it would take to film the second season and whether COVID-19 would have affected filming in the UK. When asked if COVID might have affected the filming, for example in that the filming was extended from, say, four to six months, Temple said to us, “Well, we were happily recorded for a few additional episodes this season, so it’s a longer one Spin because there is actually more shooting. ”
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Temple didn’t elaborate on it, but what she said tells us a lot. The key to success is that Ted Lasso’s episode order in Season 2 is larger than originally thought – and what was originally reported. As early as August 2020 Deadline reported that Ted Lasso season 2 had been renewed and had received an order for 10 episodes. When Collider Apple confirmed Temple’s comments on the episode order, Apple announced that Ted Lasso season 2 will actually be 12 episodes. Apple was also able to let Collider know that this order was made for 12 episodes as the season’s history required it.
It’s unclear whether Ted Lasso Season 3 will receive an equally large episode contract when it finally goes into production. Similarly unclear – but probably even more interesting – is the story of the second season, which justifies 12 episodes. In any case, we are not complaining. Our (unofficial) motto here is: The more Ted Lasso, the better.
Ted Lasso Season 2 is currently in production. Ted Lasso Season 1 is now streamed on Apple TV +. Look forward to our full interview with Juno Temple. Find out more about why Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis wanted to do a TV show about a nice guy.
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