What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has released the first Ted Lasso season 2 trailer.
- The first season was hugely popular and this teaser suggests the second will be no different.
Apple TV+ has released its first teaser for the upcoming second season of hit show Ted Lasso – and it's looking pretty great.
The teaser was first shown during Apple's Spring Loaded event and it looks even better on second viewing. And the third, for that matter!
Check it out.
Apple TV+ is a $4.99 per month subscription service with a growing collection of top-class shows. Ted Lasso is just one of the best, with more content being announced and released on a daily basis. Apple TV+ is also available as part of the Apple One subscription bundle, too.
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