What you need to know
- Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder says that "Ted Lasso" should be "required viewing" for all coaches.
- Season two of the series will premiere on July 21, 2021.
"Ted Lasso" should apparently be "required viewing" for all coaches.
Quin Snyder, the coach of the Utah Jazz basketball team, was asked during an interview if he has ever watched "Ted Lasso," the breakaway sports comedy hit on Apple TV+. Snyder not only said that he has seen the show, but that he believes all coaches should be required to watch it.
"Do you watch Ted Lasso, @andyblarsen?"
Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder says @TedLasso should be required viewing for coaches. pic.twitter.com/AuewvQGjV3"Do you watch Ted Lasso, @andyblarsen?"
Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder says @TedLasso should be required viewing for coaches. pic.twitter.com/AuewvQGjV3— Aaron Falk (@aaronfalk) May 24, 2021May 24, 2021
It's not surprising to see a real coach recommend the series so adamantly. The lessons taught from the fictional character like patience, respect, and kindness certainly apply in the real world.
The second season of Ted Lasso will premiere on Apple TV+ on July 21. You can check out the teaser trailer for the second season below.
If you want to ensure you see the next season in the best quality possible, check out our list of the Best Apple TV in 2021. "Ted Lasso" should really be required viewing for everyone, not just coaches.
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