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Ted Lasso has taken the world by storm. The lovable coach from the Apple TV show Ted Lasso has now been added as a character in the new version of EA FIFA soccer. That’s not all – Ted is also featured in a new ad campaign for Apple TV, and the show is getting ready for its final season. Jason Sudekis, who plays Ted, is having a moment – and we can’t wait to see what he does next. Ted Lasso is one of the best shows on TV, and it’s clear that Jason Sudekis is one of the best actors around. We can’t wait to see what he does next.

  • First Five Ted Lasso Episodes

    Do you remember how it all began with Ted Lasso?

  • 1. The Pilot

    The first episode of Ted Lasso is also the best episode. In it, we are introduced to the titular character, who is hired to coach a professional soccer team despite having no experience with the sport. The episode is funny, heartwarming, and sets up the rest of the series perfectly.

  • 2. Season 1 Episode 2 - "Sugar Rush"

    In the second episode of the series, Ted Lasso tries to motivate his team by giving them a sugar rush before their big game. The episode is hilarious and also has some touching moments as Ted begins to connect with his players.

  • 3. Season 1 Episode 3 - "Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?"

    In the third episode of the series, Ted Lasso and his team are trying to bond and build team morale by building a snowman together. The episode is cute and funny, and also has some touching moments as Ted begins to form bonds with his players.

  • 4. Season 1 Episode 4 - "Culture Shock"

    In the fourth episode of the series, Ted Lasso and his team are trying to adjust to life in a new country and culture. The episode is funny and also has some touching moments as Ted begins to understand his players’ backgrounds and cultures.

  • 5. Season 1 Episode 5 - "Training Day"

    In the fifth episode of the series, Ted Lasso is put in charge of training the team for their upcoming game. The episode is hilarious and also has some touching moments as Ted begins to connect with his players on a deeper level.