Apple TV Plus — Apple’s subscription video service aimed at competing with the likes of Netflix, Disney Plus and HBO Max — features original TV shows and movies… and only original shows and movies. Unlike its main competitors, it doesn’t have a deep catalog for you to dive into. Instead, Apple TV Plus has a relatively small (but growing) lineup of high-end originals like Ted Lasso, See with Jason Momoa, and Sundance Film Festival award-winner CODA.
Ted Lasso, a fish-out-of-water sports dramedy, has been one of Apple TV Plus’ most popular shows.
It also doesn’t have its own dedicated app (or channel). Apple TV Plus’ shows live inside the Apple TV app. (And the Apple TV app is different from the Apple TV streaming device. Yeah, it’s confusing.)
In addition, Apple TV Plus recently shook up the deals that let most of its subscribers watch its original shows and movies free. This month, many existing customers were charged for the first time, and Apple also has phased out a longtime offer for a yearlong free trial. So to watch Ted Lasso’s new episodes, many members are paying for the service for the first time.
What is Ted Lasso’s season 2 release schedule?
Ted Lasso’s second season premiere became available to stream on Apple TV Plus early on July 23, with a single episode available to stream. The show is expected to have 12 episodes, with each new one dropping every Friday. That would set its season finale on Oct. 8.
How do I watch Ted Lasso, CODA, See and the rest of Apple TV Plus’ originals?
Unlike Netflix and other subscription streaming services, Apple TV Plus doesn’t have its own dedicated app. The Apple TV Plus programming resides inside Apple’s TV app, which overall serves as a hub to watch programming from other video subscriptions and to rent or buy movies and shows a la carte. That can be a little confusing, but the TV app has a tab dedicated just to Apple TV Plus originals, so…