Written by Sasha Garron Ted Lasso’s “Midnight Train to Royston” highlights the importance of a community and the benefits of uplifting each other.
We did it, Greyhounds! Apple TV’s Ted Lasso wins best comedy at the 2021 Emmys and for a moment, all is right in the world because of this.
Deep breaths, greyhounds. Ted Lasso’s “Man City” might just be one of the most emotional 45 or so minutes on TV right now.
“Headspace” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso’s seventh episode, “Headspace,” written by Phoebe Walsh is the exploration of decision making and going further into the dark forest we were forewarned about. It’s … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×07 “Headspace” Review
“The Signal” Spoilers Ahead Welcome to the smack dab middle of Ted Lasso’s second season, folks—“The Signal”—the impending darkness manifesting itself in the form of an incoming hurricane following a … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×06 “The Signal” Review
“Rainbow” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso’s fifth episode “Rainbow” written by Bill Wrubel is as close to perfect as it gets. It’s witty, it’s hilarious, it’s emotionally propelled, and it’s structured … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×05 “Rainbow” Review
“Goodbye, Earl” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso is back, and hope is still alive. When we left off in “The Hope That Kills You,” the team’s loss against Manchester City brought … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×01 “Goodbye, Earl” Review
“The Hope That Kills You” is one of the most hopeful episodes of television I’ve watched in years, and yet so few things about it are actually happy. It’s an … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×10 “The Hope That Kills You” Review
Accountability matters, and Ted Lasso’s “For the Children” brings to light that fact beautifully in an episode that’s all about growth and finding warmth in the darkness. When the annual … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×04 “For the Children” Review
“Trent Crimm, The Independent” continues Ted Lasso’s streak of superb episodes by setting up what essentially becomes this show’s spirit. It’s the show and characters you can’t help but root … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×03 “Trent Crimm, The Independent” Review
We’re now weeks away from the season two premiere of Apple TV’s Ted Lasso, and if you still aren’t convinced to watch the treasure of a series, I’ve got you … Continue Reading 5 Spoiler-Free Reasons to Watch ‘Ted Lasso’ on Apple TV
Bridgerton has done an incredible job of paving the road for future romance adaptations and reevaluating the importance of both inclusivity and happy endings. Romance is not and should have … Continue Reading Actors Who Understand the Assignment: Celebrating Romance on TV
Welcome back to another Ted Lasso scene breakdown, while we’ve discussed the importance of the locker room vulnerability shared between Keeley and Roy and how significant the scene is for character development, … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Fluffy Pillows and the Words of a Six-Year-Old on Ted Lasso’s “All Apologies”
Scene Breakdown: Locker Room Vulnerability in Ted Lasso’s “The Hope That Kills You” Between Keeley and Roy
From beginning to end, Ted Lasso’s season one finale “The Hope That Kills You” is as perfect as it gets. We could, and likely will, do a scene breakdown of every single … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Locker Room Vulnerability in Ted Lasso’s “The Hope That Kills You” Between Keeley and Roy