What you need to know
- Early Ted Lasso season 2 reviews have given it a rare 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
- The season will premier on July 23.
The second season of the hugely popular Apple TV+ show Ted Lasso will premiere on July 23 and some lucky folk have already seen it. Those earlier reviewers seem to like it as well, giving the show a rare 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Ted Lasso has become one of the best shows on Apple TV+ and its second season is very much one that a ton of people are looking forward to. The good news is that it seems unlikely too many of them will be disappointed when they settle in to watch it on July 23.
Giving it 100%. We wouldn’t expect anything else from Coach Lasso. Except 110% maybe. https://t.co/Ha8NUEQbbAGiving it 100%. We wouldn’t expect anything else from Coach Lasso. Except 110% maybe. https://t.co/Ha8NUEQbbA— Apple TV (@AppleTV) July 12, 2021July 12, 2021
Want to see what all the fuss is about? You can catch up and watch the first season on Apple TV+ now, while the second season trailer is more than enough to get the juices flowing.
Apple continues to bring new content to Apple TV+ and existing shows are returning for their second seasons, too. For $4.99 per month, the streaming service is more than paying for itself right now — with more to come!
You will of course need an Apple TV+ subscription to enjoy Ted Lasso. You still have a little time to get one of the best TVs we could find as well. Nobody wants to sit down to watch season two on a sub-par screen, do they?
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