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5 Ways Ted Lasso Should Improve Next Season

The show is still immensely enjoyable, but it could be better

A screenshot from the Season 2 Finale of Ted Lasso that resembles a “Renaissance painting portraying masculine melancholy”
Screenshot: Ted Lasso, “Inverting the Pyramid of Success”

Ted Lasso, the darling of pandemic programming in 2020, is receiving a much more mixed reception for its second season, airing in 2021. Exactly why is a subject of much debate, but with the second season in the books and the writer’s room for the third season currently underway (Dani

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