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Ted Lasso's Brendan Hunt spills details on filming season 3 and growing up a sports fan

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Ted Lasso has been one of the only positive things in the lives of many over the past few years.And since many are anticipating when kindness will make a comeback, co-creator and co-star Brendan Hunt revealed when the gang will be back together again.The 50-year-old American writer and actor recently appeared on podcast After School Radio With Mark Hoppusand spilled the details on when season three of the Apple TV+ series will be filming.

Man with the plan: Brendan Hunt (seen at the Primetime Emmys in September) talked about filming the upcoming season three of Ted Lasso Tremdous trio: Hunt, co-created the series with and also plays Lasso's second-in-command, Coach Beard, he is seen here with Jason Sudeikis (center) and Nick Mohammed (right)He was asked by the 49-year-old Blink-182 bassist and singer about the upcoming filming schedule.

The We're The Millers star did not give many details but did say: 'We'll start in February. We're supposed to finish in July, so it'll be quite the chunk.'Hunt, who co-created the series with Jason Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence and Joe Kelly, plays Lasso's second-in-command, Coach Beard.

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