How to watch Ted Lasso season 3 finale online right now: Release date and time

(L to R) Brett Goldstein as Roy Kent, Jason Sudeikis as Ted Lasso, and Brendan Hunt as Coach Beard in Ted Lasso season 3
(Image credit: Apple TV+)

Let the tears commence! You can watch the Ted Lasso season 3 finale right now. The odd thing is, though, Apple TV Plus (and the previous Ted Lasso episode) have basically spoiled what's going to happen. 

But even though we've watched it, we won't say if our predictions are right. That said, we can tell you the finale is 79 minutes long.

Since the first episode of this season, Ted (Jason Sudeikis) himself has asked why he's still here. He's been called "a mess," and now Ted's mother (Becky Ann Baker) told him that his son Henry (Gus Turner) misses him dearly. 

Also, look back at how his ex-wife Michelle (Andrea Anders) left things. Ted saw she wasn't wearing an engagement ring, and she was seemingly disappointed with her trip to Paris with Dr. Jacob (Mike O'Gorman).

Then, Ted told Rebecca he has a big surprise for her. Oh, and Nate (Nick Mohammed) has also been welcomed back to Richmond.

If Ted Lasso (one of the best Apple TV Plus shows) doesn't end with Richmond beating West Ham to win the championship in the finale, and Ted leaving the team in Nate's hands to reunite with his family in America? I will be shocked. I'll be surprised if Ted Lasso season 4 actually happens.

Then, outside of the fictionalized Premier League action, we have the two big remaining questions. What will happen with the trio of Keeley (Juno Temple), Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) and Jamie Tartt (Phil Dunster) as they left off on unsettled terms after Roy told Keeley he didn’t want to “just be friends".

So, scroll down to learn everything you need to know about watching Ted Lasso season 3's finale online!

When does the Ted Lasso season 3 finale come out?

This just changed, as Apple dropped Ted Lasso season 3 episode 12 on Apple TV Plus today (Tuesday, May 30) at 9 p.m. PT — which is 12 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. BST / 3 p.m. AEDT on Wednesday (May 31).

This is 3 hours later than usual, as Apple broke the news in a tweet stating that "At about minute 74, there's going to be a whole room of grown men crying." 

That was your first warning that the finale is super-sized. The season finale lasts 79 minutes in total.

How to watch Ted Lasso in the US, UK and Australia

Ted Lasso airs exclusively on Apple TV Plus, which starts at $6.99 / £6.99 / AU$9.99 per month.


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How to watch Ted Lasso season 3 from anywhere

If you're stuck abroad — in one of the few countries where Apple TV Plus is not available — you will likely run into geo-fenced restrictions on the platforms and services you can use. But with the help of a virtual private network (VPN), you can watch Ted Lasso season 3 and all the other shows you want on the services you already pay for no matter where you are. 

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Henry T. Casey
Managing Editor (Entertainment, Streaming)

Henry is a managing editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.