Brett Goldstein, star of Ted Lasso, said Season 3 will be the last show to date

Brett Goldstein, star of Ted Lasso, said Season 3 will be the last show to date ...

It appears that the Apple TV Plus hit Ted Lasso might come to an end sooner than the fans would have liked. Brett Goldstein said Ted Lasso's display shook everyone's attention through its feel-good words and the irresistible charm of its likable performance.

Goldstein is a regular contributor to Ted Lasso, while also portraying the powerful, intimidating titan with a heart of gold Roy Kent. Recently, he disclosed to The Times that the third season of the Apple TV Plus series is being conceived like it's the last. Not only that, but it appears that it was the intention from day one.

Goldstein told The Times that the show would conclude following Ted Lasso's season 3 as three. It was planned as three seasons, and everyone died. It's the first time that the concept has been discovered before, but this is not the first time that it is set in stone. Last year, Jason Sudeikis said, "It's the story that they are willing to pay for those three seasons." I'm not sure what happened after that, however.

Before the finale of the show, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould decided to do a spinoff film focusing on Jaime Tartt's soccer career or a prequel on Rebecca Welton.

Knowing how many times a popular show has jumped the shark, gives the writers hope that their final date will be in sight rather than waiting until they have done it. While Ted Lasso season 1 was fantastic, it felt like the script had discovered what it had to say right then and there. It just didn't hit as hard as the first stories that had been introduced, developed, and concluded in season 1.

In Ted Lasso's supposed final season, the show certainly has a lot of appeal. There are some plot suggestions that fans should be looking forward to. Nate has fully turned to the dark side now as he is playing soccer for his country while simultaneously playing for his love interest. It's like there's a bit of friction between Roy and Keeley. There will be a lot of ground to cover in Ted Lasso's reportedly final season.

Seasons 1-2 of Ted Lasso are currently available on Apple TV Plus.