Tim Cook joined the 'Ted Lasso' cast for a private screening of season 2
What you need to know
- Apple CEO Tim Cook joined the Ted Lasso cast at a private screening of the show's second season.
- The show's first season recently picked up 20 Emmy Award nominations.
Apple CEO Tim Cook joined the cast of Ted Lasso for a private screening (opens in new tab) of the season two premiere. Everyone else will get to take it in on July 23.
The hit Apple TV+ show has already been on the receiving end of 20 Emmy Awards nominations for its first season, but this event was all about Ted Lasso season 2 with the show's stars out in force.
While only the first episode of season 2 will be available on July 23, a new one will be made available weekly and the show has already been renewed for a third season.
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