Brett Goldstein thinks Ted Lasso should be a ghost in Season 4

Teddy Lasso is scheduled to end with the upcoming third season, which premieres on March 15th. But what if not? What if Jason Sudeikis’ reckless optimist left Richmond AFC but came back completely unconventional? What if co-star Brett Goldstein recently suggested he died but didn’t disappear?

“Season 3 ends with the deaths of a few key characters,” said Roy Kent, the series’ resident assistant coach and true Muppet fanatic, in a recent conversation with The Hollywood Reporter (as caught by /Movie). “I keep saying – I’ve said to Jason, I keep saying it – I’ve said to Jason Season 4 could be ‘Ghost Lasso,’ which is where we’re going to go, but Ted Lasso is now haunting the locker rooms trying to get the players to be inspired by Other Side.”

Goldstein is joking (probably), but it’s not a bad idea. Shows never end these days, but having Ted die and come back as a friendly ghost fits the feel-good show’s ability to stay positive while acknowledging and exploring the darker sides of life. Ted would definitely be the kind of spirit who is optimistic even in death.

You can see Sudeikis, Goldstein and others Teddy Lasso Cast members talk about the show in the video below. Season 3 begins March 15 on Apple TV+.

(Above /Movie) Brett Goldstein thinks Ted Lasso should be a ghost in Season 4

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