I might be a little late to the game on this one, but I love Ted Lasso. There. I typed it. Fight me.
Just kidding, don’t really fight me, but if you have not watched this amazing Apple TV + show, you should.
Sam and I will take on a new show or series together at times. And a few months ago he started this Ted Lasso show. I was not interested. I was focusing on some BritBox shows I’m sure, but I declined his offer to watch this mustache-wearing-football-turned-soccer coach, coach.
But it was Jason Sudeikis.
I have to admit, there were times when the show was on and I would peek around my phone (yes, a bad habit I know, but I do use my phone to watch BritBox or listen to a podcast at night). I just thought I would catch it later.
I read an article recently about the show and finally caved. I am so glad I did. You can read the article, linked below:
Who is Ted Lasso, you may be wondering?
Take a few minutes to watch this preview of Ted Lasso, season one.
Ted makes you want to be a better person. I know what you are thinking, “Cathrine, this is a TV show.” Yes, it is. But have you ever been moved by someone being positive? Have you ever wanted to surround yourself with good people? Ted is quirky, he’s inspirational. Although the transition from American football to soccer is tough for him, he does not let that stop him.
Ted Lasso will lift you up with kindness. You can’t help but like Ted. He sees the good where no one else would even think to look. Ted is a good guy, and if you are having a bad day, week, month, you should just watch a little Ted Lasso. This Anglophile loves it very much.
If you haven’t done any smiling, laughing, or crying lately…I have a solution.