Dylan Zangwill: Shy Boy Comes Out Of NOWHERE And Blows The Roof off America's Got Talent!!
Ted Lasso returns for its second season, and I am so, so relieved to announce that there is no sophomore slump. I repeat: no Ted Lasso sophomore slump. The show doesn’t miss a beat, picking up in the midst of AFC Richmond’s relegation season where they haven’t lost, but they haven’t won, either. After a string of draws, Ted (Jason Sudeikis, even more settled into Ted’s folksy charm) is sure he’s the victim of karma, punishing him for wishing for a tie against Manchester United. Unfortunately, things are about to get worse for Richmond: the irrepressible Dani Rojas (Cristo Fernández) commits an on-field atrocity that sends Richmond’s cheeriest player and ace into a spiral of self-doubt and recrimination. The moment is simultaneously spit-take funny, but it also leads to a classic Ted Lasso Homily, which is the exact brand of comedy-drama the show spent season one perfecting.
The warm hug of Ted Lasso remains intact in season two. The titular character and the show are committed to a particular tone, and season two doubles down on the radical empathy and …
More on: www.laineygossip.com