One of the most successful series on Apple TV + since its first season (the second season is about to premiere) is Ted Lasso, a comedy that it has triumphed among the critics and the public. A few months ago, the producer and scriptwriter of the series stated that if the third season ended, the series would end.
However, the latest statements from the lead actor, Jason Sudeikis, open the possibility to a fourth season, a fourth season that would help “an iMoney truck, as stated in statements by Entertainment Weekley.
Ted Lasso has been a resounding success for Apple TV +, a sports comedy that has received critical acclaim and awards. However, although it had already been suggested that it would only last three seasons, Sudeikis seems to leave the door open to more.
Sudeikis hints at the idea that Apple may be willing to pay for more seasons. "It's called the iMoney truck," he jokes, before admitting that "I'm glad they're willing to pay for those three seasons." As for what happens next, who knows? I do not know".
The claim that the series will only run for three seasons comes from an interview with co-writer and producer Bill Lawrence in December. At the time, Lawrence joked that the only way for there to be a fourth season would be for Ted Lasso coach a team near Sudeikis' house, because he has young children.
It should be remembered that the series it is filmed in England, while Suedikis' residence is in the United States. On the subject of the series and Sudeikis getting awards, he is pragmatic and says he rejects “the idea of winning something called a best actor trophy. It's just a reflection of who I have to act with.