Apple TV + comedy “Ted Lasso” just won another prize. The series has this time been awarded a Peabody Award for excellence in telling a hundred stories. And he already has a few trophies accumulated in his cabinets.
«Ted lassoIt seemed like one of those typical series that are made by Americans for Americans. And the truth is that it has been a great success all over the world. A stellar work by Jason Sudeikis that has put everyone in their pockets, lovers of American and European football or not.
Apple TV + comedy series Ted Lasso just won a Peabody Award for excellence in storytelling. Jason Sudeikis, who plays Ted Lasso on the series (and is also the executive producer), accepted the award on behalf of the show’s actors and creators. At the gala, he was introduced by fellow actor and comedian, Will Ferrell.
Actually, this isn’t the first Peabody Award to be won by an Apple TV + series. Last year, the series Dickinson, starring Hailee Steinfeld, was also awarded a Peabody Award. In that case, it was due to the energy and anachronism presented on stage. In fact, Dickinson is one of the most special and difficult comedies to catalog in today’s television series landscape.
Already confirmed the premiere of the second season for the July 23th, we have at least 12 new episodes of the adventures of the peculiar soccer coach Ted Lasso insured.
Taking into account the great success of the first season, and the one that will surely have the second, it is very likely that the series will be expanded to a third season. That, if Sudeikis wants, of course. Since apart from being the main protagonist of the series, he is also the one who puts the money …