Nutshell: Apple TV, light, unexpected, like a big warm hug, husband loved, Sudeikis, absolute must watch
CB Rating: 9.2
Oh, what to say about Ted Lasso that would correctly sum up your urgent need to watch this show.
On paper, you will hear what this show is about and some of you may be turned off. The show is a classic fish out of water story. Ted Lasso, a classic all American mid-western football coach ends up in London coaching soccer. I need you to stop. Full stop. If this already turns you off, please hear me out. You must give it a chance. I lay my TV reputation on the line and challenge you to watch two episodes and not see what I see here.
He is a classic Kansas boy down to the college football coaching career, and we find him somewhere in London somehow coaching a soccer team. How is this even a concept for a show? But it just works. The underlying story has been told, but the take on it is so fresh. This is one of the few shows out there that leaves you feeling good when you’re done.
The show starts slow and it never really picks up, at least not in any way that you are expecting or traditionally experience these days. Somewhere after the second episode you really start to just love this guy and the entire cast really. You’re invested. This show was able to bring me some much needed perspective all while making me laugh out loud.
The cast is eclectic and mostly made up of people you’ve never really seen before. By the end of the season they become people you simply cannot live without (i.e. Roy Kent, sigh). This show slowly brings you out of this rut that 2020 brutally dragged you into. It is vulnerable, honest, and funny in the most unexpected of ways.
In a year where there is so many negative things coming at you all day, this show just brings joy. It lightens you. The underlying story has been told, but the take on it is so fresh. This is one of the few shows out there that leaves you feeling good when you’re done. It’s the tv equivalent of a big warm hug.
Ted Lasso is the hero this year needs. Click below to watch the trailer.
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