Ted Lasso: Season 2 (2021)

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Season 2
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As comforting as a buttery biscuit from a friend, Ted Lasso's sophomore season is a feel-good triumph that plays into the show's strengths while giving its supporting team more time on the pitch.

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Critic Ratings: 85

84%

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User Ratings: 274

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Air date: Jul 23, 2021

AFC Richmond brings in a sports psychologist to help the team overcome their unprecedented seven game tie-streak.

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Air date: Jul 30, 2021

Ted is surprised by the reappearance of a familiar face; Roy tries out a new gig.

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Air date: Aug 6, 2021

Rebecca has a special visitor shadow her at work; a player's return is not welcomed by the team.

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Air date: Aug 13, 2021

It's Christmas in Richmond; Rebecca enlists Ted for a secret mission; Roy and Keeley search for a miracle; the Higginses open up their home.

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Air date: Aug 20, 2021

Nate learns how to be assertive from Keeley and Rebecca; Ted asks Roy for a favor.

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Air date: Aug 27, 2021

Ted is fired up since the new team dynamic seems to be working, but the semifinal is still up in the air.

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Air date: Sep 3, 2021

With things turning around for Richmond, it's time for everyone to work on their issues, like Ted's discomfort, Nate's confidence and Roy's attention.

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Air date: Sep 10, 2021

Ted and Dr. Sarah realize they might have to meet each other halfway; tensions are high as the team prepares for the semifinal.

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Air date: Sep 17, 2021

After the semifinal, Beard sets out on an all-night odyssey through London in an effort to collect his thoughts.

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Air date: Sep 24, 2021

Rebecca is stunned by a sudden loss; the team rallies to show support, but Ted finds himself grappling with a piece of his past.

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Cast & Crew

Jason Sudeikis
Ted Lasso

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Hannah Waddingham
Rebecca

Actor
Juno Temple
Keeley

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Jeremy Swift
Higgins

Actor
Phil Dunster
Jamie

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Brett Goldstein
Roy

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Brendan Hunt
Coach Beard

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Nick Mohammed
Nathan

Actor
Sarah Niles
Sharon

Actor
Jason Sudeikis
Executive Producer
Bill Lawrence
Executive Producer
Jeff Ingold
Executive Producer
Liza Katzer
Co-Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Ted Lasso: Season 2

Audience Reviews for Ted Lasso: Season 2

  • 3h ago
    It's terrible!!! ZERO STARS…..After I gave season 1 five stars. Not funny at all. I don't remember laughing at all. I kept watching because of how much I loved season 1. Season 1 was a comedy. Season 2 is an introspective, a physiological journey into sadness and suicide and lost love. Nothing funny at all. And when I thought it could not get any worse I saw the last meandering melodramatic final episode where it all feels like a slow motion dream sequence. I've never seen a great show get so bad so fast.
  • Sep 18, 2021
    The 2nd season has lost its magic. The is no season wide story. It's too sitcom-ey now. Each episode is a separate standalone story, almost. But the biggest problem is that it's not about football anymore, there is no epic adventure of an underdog football club. Only human stories that trying to make you sad, we've seen it too many times before! It became just a generic heartwarming TV show, fit for a basic cable. Meh...
  • 1d ago
    I gave this such a low rating because of how shameful it is that they ruined this show in Season 2. "Hey, everyone loved our characters in Season 1, now let's just completely change every single one of them." I'm all for developing multi-dimensional characters, but this is just insanity. It's like all of the characters have split personality disorder that conveniently kicked at the start of a new season. It's fine to make the previously loveable and always optimistic Ted a little more human/flawed, but instead he's now just an angry and pathetic lunatic. His usual fun jokes and quips are now just annoying and portrayed as the obvious shield to his deep, psychological trauma. Sweet Nate is now a maniac with power, conceited Jamie is now sweet, strong Rebecca is now a love-crazed schoolgirl, etc. etc. etc. It's fine and admirable to develop your characters, but this feels more like the writers beating the audience across the head with a club, while yelling, "look out how multi-dimensional our characters" and all of it in the sacred name of being Woke. Any sense of subtlety has been thrown out the window. (Note: it's equally shameful that the critics love the show more this season, just proving the point that they're just all afraid of not being seen as woke enough themselves.)
  • 1d ago
    Just the best! Ride the roller coaster of feelings but that always leave you feeling great! Well done.
  • 2d ago
    Great second season!!! Heartwarming, pretty funny, and with great character development!! Why do all football players look as if they are animated?? It's weird hahaha. 100% recommended to have a light but honest time with your TV. Yet another great Apple TV+ piece.
  • 3d ago
    This years season 2 has lost it's feel good feeling, and replaced it with political wokeness. Another great show that has gone down the tubes.
  • 3d ago
    Bland, dull, meandering, vapid and uninspired exploitation of the masses. The actor who scored big in the two hilarious "Horrible Bosses" movies simply strikes out in an inferior remake of "Gomer Pyle." Or perhaps it's "Fred Rogers for Adults" (only because of the F- words). There's no story, no talent, no show -- just Sudeikis with a clueless look that apparently reminds viewers of themselves.
  • 6d ago
    Season 2 is just as good if not better than the first. Best series since Breaking Bad. Wish it wasn't so long between seasons.
  • 6d ago
    The 8th episode was f*kn' emotional! If you know what I mean))
  • 6d ago
    I created an account just to review Ted Lasso Season 2. Everything from Season 1 that created magic is gone (almost). Ted Lasso, a flawed super optimist is now just a miserable character. Jamie was the one you loved to hate, now a little redeemed, goes to a back character, you don't even care about. Rebecca, with a great story arc now is a middle school girl. Pitiful, just a shame and a sham. Seriously a closet office for Higgins?!? Beyond stupid. How could a writer be involved with the first season write that garbage. Keeley is about the same and Roy is the only and best thing going for the show. Everything Roy does, is even better in the second season. Social Justice issues that are sprinkled in the first season, is not shoed horned in the second season but more like jackhammered in. The first season was natural, the second season was about as natural as KKW body (or is it KK now). Season 2 is The Last Jedi for Ted Lasso.

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