It's been a year now since the third season of Ted Lasso came to an end, seemingly closing out the central arc for Jason Sudeikis's football coach, as he returned home to be with his son in the US.


However, fans immediately noticed that while Ted's journey may have ended, there were plenty of other potential storylines teased in the finale, as Brett Goldstein's Roy Kent became Richmond manager, with Brendan Hunt's Beard and Nick Mohammed's Nate as the rest of his coaching team.

Since then, rumours have abounded regarding a potential spin-off show and, speaking exclusively with on the red carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards, Mohammed didn't exactly poor cold water on those rumours.

Asked whether he would be interested in coming back for a spin-off, Mohammed said: "Yeah, of course. I mean, it was such a gift of a show, we all feel so grateful for being a part of it. I'd love to do some more at some point, but then, equally, it came to a satisfying conclusion in terms of stories for a lot of them, a lot of the characters.

"The odd thing was set up though, so... I've got to keep my mouth shut because I keep spoiling things."

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Earlier this year, Warner Bros boss Channing Dungey admitted that the finale left "a little bit of a door that could be kicked back open if need be" when speaking with Variety.

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He continued: "I wouldn't put the period on the end of that sentence just yet. There is still a lot of love for Ted Lasso. And I think that there still is a lot of enthusiasm on the part of Apple for Ted Lasso.

"Should the opportunity arise, we'd be excited to jump back in to making more… There are always conversations that are ongoing, just nothing that's official."

Mohammed is currently starring in Channel 4 entertainment show Taskmaster, while he has also recently been seen in Disney Plus fantasy series Renegade Nell.

Ted Lasso seasons 1-3 are streaming now on Apple TV+ — you can sign up to Apple TV+ here.


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