Ted Lasso season 2 final spoilers follow.
Ted Lasso shocked fans with his season 2 finale as assistant coach Nathan ‘Nate’ Shelley turned on coach Ted Lasso and got involved in a furious fight with him.
After storming away, Nate angrily tore Ted’s Believe ‘banner down from the wall and was later seen wearing West Ham United FC colors, after dropping AFC Richmond to help train their rivals.
As Nate now apparently serves as a villain for the show, the actor who plays him, Nick Mohammed, has revealed that he would love to see his character be released during the comedy drama’s third season.
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Narrator BBC news that he is “as excited as the fans are” to find out what happens after the surprising twist of his character, he admitted that he “really” does not know what is going to happen.
“I know the pieces, but not the details,” he said. “We’ll see if Nate manages to find his way back to Richmond. But with that Ted Lasso is that the audience might be expecting a delivery bow for Nate and I would like to see one, I think, because that would be nice.
“But just as well, I could well imagine the writers thinking, ‘No, we’re going to turn it upside down,’ because that’s what they did in season two, and played against everyone’s expectations, so he can be the one. one character they do ‘not redeem.’
The actor’s words come after he previously hinted that Nate could make it change again, saying there is “always hope”.
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Seeing Nate betray Ted (Jason Sudeikis) and turn his back on AFC Richmond may have been a shock to fans, but Mohammed has revealed he did not see the change in Nate coming either.
“I’m actually the villain in it now, which is a fun place to find myself,” he said. “I gasped when I was first told about it.”
He addressed Nate’s destruction of Ted’s hopeful banner, adding: “I was literally thinking, ‘No, you can not do that!’ It felt very significant, and I thought, ‘Oh God, you’re really testing your audience,’ and well know them. It was a proper character journey, but really, really fun to play. “
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The actor also shared his surprise at how big Ted Lasso has become, especially after an initially quiet reception in the UK when it premiered on Apple TV +.
“In the states, it went crazy,” he said. “It was only when season two started airing that I think Apple TV had captured a little more, and the noise from all the awards, I thought, ‘Crikey, this is a bit of a big deal.'”
Considering that the show has now won a number of awards, including four Primetime Emmys, it has certainly established itself as a big deal.
Ted Lasso season 1-2 is now streamed Apple TV +.
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