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Mourning ‘Ted Lasso’? There’s 6 More Minutes of Richmond Pride on Apple TV+

Ted Lasso cast members are just like us: They’re mourning the series after its Season 3 finale and deep in their feelings as they reflect on how the Apple TV+ comedy changed their lives over the years.

Once you’ve watched the end credits roll on Ted Lasso Season 3, Episode 12, “So Long, Farewell,” you’ll likely be a little teary-eyed, because the episode offered a definite sense of finality to the series. While there’s still a chance Ted Lasso‘s characters can return in a spin-off of some sort, it’s understandable if you’re lamenting the series after such an eventful ending jam-packed with farewells.

Whether you’re weeping into your AFC Richmond jersey or are dangerously close to stress-baking biscuits to fill the newly acquired Ted Lasso void in your life, we’ve got good news for you. Ted Lasso doesn’t end with the Season 3 finale. You’ve got over six minutes of extra footage waiting for you in the form of an emotional farewell video starring Ted Lasso‘s cast members.

After you watch the final episode of Ted Lasso Season 3, scroll down to the “Bonus Content” subheading on Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso landing page and select the video titled “Richmond Till We Die.” There, you’ll find a six-minute and 38-second video featuring a look back at the series with Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein, Juno Temple, and all your favorite Richmond stars.

Apple TV+ Bonus 'Ted Lasso' video titled 'Richmond Till We Die'
Photo: Apple TV+

In addition to behind-the-scenes Season 3 footage from the set, you’ll hear the creators, writers, and stars share what the series has meant to them in their own words.

“Making this show has brought a great deal of fulfillment for me personally and sometimes it’ll bring tears to my eyes, sometimes it’ll give me goosebumps, sometimes it’ll just make you warm,” co-creator and star Sudeikis said.

“We’re the luckiest people in the world. If it were up to me we’d never do anything else,” writer and star Goldstein added. “I think we’re all slightly nicer people than we were at the beginning of the job”

You’ll watch the cast chat about friendships formed, share laughs and tears, and reflect on the legacy they hope the show leaves behind. You’ll also get a glimpse at the final day of filming Season 3 and see the “full denial,” hugs, and love on set. And you’ll see the cast say one more “so long, farewell” to Ted before you can officially close the chapter, go forth, and preach The Lasso Way — er, The Richmond Way.

All three seasons of Ted Lasso are currently streaming on Apple TV+.