Get in all your feels with Ted Lasso, just not on Netflix (Here's where to watch)

Ted Lasso is one of the best comedies of the past decade, so if you haven't seen it, what are you waiting for?
Jason Sudeikis in “Ted Lasso” season two, now streaming on Apple TV+.
Jason Sudeikis in “Ted Lasso” season two, now streaming on Apple TV+. /

In its three-season run, Ted Lasso won an impressive 13 Emmy Awards, cementing itself as a comedy worth watching. If you're late to the game and want to catch up on the well-received sports comedy starring Jason Sudeikis, you're probably wondering whether or not the show is available to stream on Netflix.

Let's get to the unfortunate news right away. No, Ted Lasso is not available on Netflix. It's an Apple TV+ Original, which means the only platform you can stream the comedy on is Apple TV+. Don't have an account? We'd say it's worth the fee to binge all seasons of this wonderfully warm show. With 34 episodes total, you probably only need a month (or two) to watch all three seasons.

How to sign up for Apple TV+

We come bearing good news because Apple TV+ offers a free 7-day trial, meaning you'd have to watch at a very fast pace to finish all three seasons for free. But, it all depends on how fast you can binge it! Here's what you need to do:

  • Head to the Apple TV+ website
  • Select "Accept Free Trial"
  • Enter your Apple ID or your email address
  • You'll then be prompted to sign in or sign up
  • Hit "Subscribe" for your 7-day free trial — you'll be charged $9.99 a month after the free trial
  • Stream Ted Lasso!
Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt in “Ted Lasso” season two, now streaming on Apple TV+. /

Once you're all set with your account, all that's left to do is stream all the episodes of the heartwarming comedy series Ted Lasso! If you're already subscribed to Apple TV+, you can find the Ted Lasso page here.

Ted Lasso follows the titular character, an American football coach who takes his talents across the pond to helm a soccer team with little to no knowledge of the sport. Alongside Sudeikis, the series also stars Game of Thrones actress Hannah Waddington and Dirty John’s Juno Temple.

Why you should watch Ted Lasso

Whether it's being excited about being called a “wanker” or struggling with how being offside actually works, there's no denying the bright-eyed motivator’s positive energy is so infectious, people became obsessed with the show when it premiered.

Many reputable reviewers have praised the entertaining and thought-provoking series, and it's no surprise it's got a high Rotten Tomatoes score. Though Ted Lasso decreased a bit in quality in the third and final season, it's still a really great watch all around. It'll make you laugh, it'll make you cry, and most importantly, it'll have you so attached to the characters.

I really love how much of a spotlight it puts on mental health struggles and the importance of taking care of yourself. Everyone goes through difficult times, so a show like Ted Lasso fighting the stigma that people experiencing anxiety or depression are alone is so important in today's society.

Brendan Hunt, Brett Goldstein, Nick Mohammed and Jason Sudeikis in "Ted Lasso," now streaming on Apple TV+. /

If you're not open to subscribing to Apple TV+ to watch Ted Lasso, we get it. There are so many different streaming services! But don't worry, Netflix has many great titles to choose from so there's definitely something you can find. Popular comedies you can find on Netflix right now include Girls5eva, Beef, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Seinfeld, Cobra Kai, and Love, among others.

If you're looking for critically acclaimed shows like Ted Lasso on Netflix, the platform has a collection of award winners as well. Some of these outstanding shows include The Crown, Ozark, Black Mirror, Wednesday, and Squid Game.

Though Ted Lasso isn't on Netflix, there's always something to watch in their ever-growing library!

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