Ted Lasso: Season 1

Ted Lasso: Season 1

Ted Lasso: Season 1

In a Golden Globe-winning performance, Jason Sudeikis (Horrible Bosses) leads this Apple TV+ comedy series an American football coach hired to manage an English soccer team despite having no experience.

2020Rating: MUSAApple TV+
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Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Pilot

An American football coach is hired by a wealthy divorcee... More to coach the English soccer team AFC Richmond.

EPISODE 1.2

Biscuits

It's Ted's first day on the job and the fans... More are angry. He makes little hedway connecting with the team as they head into their first match.

EPISODE 1.3

Trent Crimm: The Independent

To arrange an in-depth expose, Rebecca pairs cynical journalist Mr... More Crimm with Ted for a day. Ted and Roy venture into the community.

EPISODE 1.4

For the Children

Rebecca hosts the team's annual charity benefit, where Ted stages... More a reconciliation between Roy and Jamie.

EPISODE 1.5

Tan Lines

With his wife and son visiting from America, Ted makes... More drastic changes to the lineup during a critical match.

EPISODE 1.6

Two Aces

When Jamie refuses to train, Ted turns to talented new... More signing Dani Rojas—and the team is struck by an age-old curse.

EPISODE 1.7

Make Rebecca Great Again

Rebecca celebrates her first anniversary as a divorcée as the... More team plays a match in Liverpool.

EPISODE 1.8

The Diamond Dogs

Ted and Roy are both having relationship problems. Ted consults... More the Diamond Dogs while Roy lays it on the line with Keeley.

EPISODE 1.9

All Apologies

After a series of mistakes on the pitch, pressure mounts... More to bench Roy. Rebecca finally reveals the truth to Ted.

EPISODE 1.10

The Hope That Kills You

Richmond plays a climactic match that will determine the fates... More of Ted and his club.

Ted Lasso: Season 1 | Awards

Award Winner
Best Actor (Sudekis) - Musical or Comedy, Golden Globes 2021

Ted Lasso: Season 1 | Reviews

92%73 reviews

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

The series is extremely likable throughout, but it’s more a hypothetical comedy than an actual one. There are long stretches where Juno Temple — as Jamie’s girlfriend Keeley, who is “sort of famous for being almost famous” — is the only actor even trying to sell what few jokes are in the scripts.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Based on the last few episodes, it’s also entirely possible that the show could turn its quirky optimism into canned uplift—otherwise known as the Parks And Recreation problem. But if nothing else, the best moments of Ted Lasso finally reveal what a Jason Sudeikis vehicle could and should look like.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Even if the show's ability to capture on-field action is a little hit-or-miss, by the end of 10 episodes, I was getting misty over the team's results and over the journeys of several characters. That, ultimately, means more to me than whether or not I'd qualify Ted Lasso as "hilarious."

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

There’s nothing groundbreaking about the way Ted Lasso’s story beats play out, but the show — a mix of workplace antics, sentimental sports inspo, and soapy romance — is undeniably winning.

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Variety

Variety

The players on Lasso’s team run together, in what’s perhaps the show’s defining flaw. Conceived to market soccer, Ted ends up making the game look like a slog.

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