‘Ted Lasso’ season 2 memes: better reactions on the internet

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The success of Ted lasso is one of the most surprising TV stories of recent years. It’s a nice way to say that my big silly brain got it wrong about the show and its potential.

You see, I’ve been a Premier League fan for quite some time now – I’ve been playing football all my public writing life, which in this case is American) – so I remember the original Ted Lasso commercials on NBC Sports. They were funny, but they were also creepy: you just couldn’t imagine the concept spreading to an entire TV series.

Then when the first trailer for the first season fell – which happened at a time when Jason Sudeikis’ career was in the middle of a rut – I specifically remember thinking about how bad it was. horrible. As a true football fan, I rightfully believed that the series was going to damage the game’s brand. What an idiot I was.

In the year 2020, especially as people needed something uplifting, Ted lassoHer reputation grew like a tidal wave, eventually crashing onto the shores of pop-cultural consciousness and dragging everyone with her into her sea of ​​kindness. The series racked up 20 Emmy nominations, the most on record for a freshman comedy, and made Sudeikis the star he was for the first half of the previous decade.

Now that the series is such a success, the season two premiere is far more important than the debut of the first season, with fans of the series taking to Twitter to celebrate its release.

The season two premiere of Ted lasso is now available on AppleTV +.

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