Brett Goldstein joked that Ted Lasso could die at the end of season 3 and returns to haunt the dressing room as a specter in season 4. Chances are, if “Ted Lasso” ends after this part, then Goldstein and/or the other actors in the film, including Hannah Waddingham , may appear in a spin-off, similar to what happened to Kelsey Grammer’s protagonist in “Frasier” after “Cheers”. For instance, Rebecca’s friendship with Keeley could be a way to keep Waddingham’s character if Keeley’s entire office plot develops into a full-fledged side story.
Goldstein, like Waddingham, has won an Emmy for his supporting role as scowling Roy Kent, and last year he signed an exclusive deal. master deal with Warner Bros., co-producer and co-distributor of “Ted Lasso.” Series co-creator Bill Lawrence also signed a similar deal nine-figure dealand one of the projects he and Goldstein have developed under that agreement is the Apple TV+ series “Shrinking”.
Could their next project be a spinoff of “Ted Lasso” without Ted? While Rebecca and Ted are currently on good terms, it’s worth remembering that the show was founded on the premise that she brought in an unqualified trainer to get revenge on her ex-husband. In season 3, there were hints that Ted might be lured back to America to help raise his son more and that AFC Richmond might need a new coach anyway. It doesn’t necessarily need a new owner or a new team, though, so while it’s speculation for now, who knows: maybe we’ll see a show called “AFC Richmond” in the future, starring Rebecca, Roy and many others. of characters and creators like “Ted Lasso.”
“Ted Lasso” is streaming on Apple TV+.