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A tweet was posted this morning that suggests a new coaching staff consisting of Beard (Brendan Hunt), Roy Kent (Brett Goldstein) and Nathan (Nick Mohammed) could be in the works for a season four or spinoff. of Ted Lasso. To add to the mystery, Mohammed responded with an emoji suggesting he was keeping his lips shut.

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Apple has not yet made official whether Ted Lasso is over or if some sort of spin-off is in the works. The Season 3 finale ended with Roy named the new manager of AFC Richmond after Ted’s departure, Beard remaining as assistant coach and Nate as the Kitman’s assistant, presumably returning to the ranks of the coaches.

Deadline recently asked Mohammed about his character’s future, but he seemed to suggest Nate’s journey was over.

“We always hear these spinoff rumors and I’m really suspicious of everything because I feel like Nate’s story in particular feels so complete,” he said. “I feel like we don’t really need to see or know anymore. We just needed to have those pieces. I think we could leave it at that, and I would be very proud of that.

He went on to confirm that this chapter – at least as far as Ted Lasso is concerned – is over.

“We obviously knew where it was going, and we read all the scripts, and we were doing all these interviews. In our heads, we say to ourselves: ‘Wait. Once you see the show, you probably won’t want it anymore because there’s so much closure, so much catharsis in three seasons. Ted won’t come back, because he won’t make that mistake. He must stay with Melissa and Henry. That’s where he belongs, and that’s where he’s happy. There will always be repairs to be made for the characters. They’re not all of a sudden perfect. Ted probably still has his demons in there. But it’s such a cathartic ending. I think it would be a shame to say “See you next year”. It’s like, well, where do we start on that?

“You know, I’m sure if we do anything — who knows — I’m sure there’s just gonna be a big break between them, especially if we shoot another series,” he continued. “I don’t know. But we’ll see.

This lines up with what Hunt, who is also co-creator and executive producer of Ted Lassorecently said about a potential season 4 or spinoff.

“My answer pat is also 100% true: we don’t know. We need a break and we will take one later. Nothing is excluded, everything is possible; but that includes the possibility that we are done. We won’t know until we’ve sat with it for a while [and] unzipped,” he wrote during a Reddit AMA session.

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