Ted Lasso Season 2: where to watch Emmy winning show in the UK - and who is in the cast with Hannah Waddingham?

The American football coach turned Premier League manager continues his adventure with AFC Richmond in Season 2

Ted Lasso won the Emmy Award for outstanding comedy series at this year’s awards ceremony on 19 September.

The majority British cast, including Juno Temple, Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein and Jeremy Swift all took to the stage to accept the prize.

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The newest season arrived in July, seeing the former American footballcoach continue his adventures managing the fictional AFC Richmond in the English Premier League.

The show was a surprise pandemic hit in 2020, earning Sudeikis the 2021 Golden Globe for best actor in a comedy or musical television series.

Here’s all you need to know about Ted Lasso season 2.

When was Ted Lasso season 2 released?

The new season of Ted Lasso was released on 23 July on Apple TV+.

The series consists of 12 episodes. The first two dropped on 23 July, followed by weekly drops of the remaining ten instalments on Friday’s.

Who’s in the cast for season 2?

Jason Sudeikis returns as the eternally optimistic titular character, Ted Lasso. The American football coach turned Premier League manager continues his journey at AFC Richmond alongside his assistant coach, Coach Beard, played by Brendan Hunt.

Hannah Waddingham returns as the club chairman Rebecca, along with Juno Temple as Keely Jones.

Comedian Brett Goldstein and Nick Mohammed also return as the team's captain Roy Kent, and kit man-turned coach, Nathan.

Sarah Niles joins the cast in season two as a new character named Sharon, a sports psychologist working with AFC Richmond.

Ted Lasso season 2 trailer

The trailer for Ted Lasso season 2 is available to watch at the top of the article.

**Spoiler Alert**

The two-minute trailer shows the AFC Richmond following on from their final game loss against Manchester City.

“I’ve never been embarrassed about having streaks in my draws,” Lasso tells a room full of reporters after the team garners yet another draw. “It’s just all a part of growing up.”

The trailer shows the same comedic charm that made audiences fall in love with season one – including Lasso’s trademark southern wit and metaphors.

The rest of the trailer doesn’t give too much away for what will be on offer in the new series, but we do see the arrival of sports psychologist Sharon, and also Lasso’s new fiery alter-ego, which seems to be used to fire up his team.

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