A fun new Today at Apple class teaches aspiring artists how to use an iPad to create their own Ted Lasso ‘Believe’ poster.
The class is free, and will be taught at Apple retail stores. And it’ll help get Ted Lasso superfans ready for next week’s premiere of season 3 on Apple TV+.
‘Believe’ in Ted Lasso and Today at Apple
Today at Apple sessions offer free educational experiences for iPhone, iPad and Mac users. They are taught on Apple retail stores around the world. Taking one just requires pre-registering then showing up — Apple will even supply the necessary computers.
The newest addition to the curriculum is for those who love Ted Lasso and would also like to learn some basic creative skills.
An iconic feature of the wildly popular Apple TV+ series is the Believe poster. Fans of the show can learn to design their own using Apple Pencil on iPad during a “Pop-Up Studio: Make Your Own Ted Lasso Poster” Today at Apple session.
Visit Apple’s website for more information about this and other free educational sessions.
Or play a Ted Lasso-themed game
If you believe there’s no such thing as too much Ted, Monopoly: Ted Lasso ($44.99) launches in April. It’s the classic game of real-estate investment but remade for fans of the Apple TV+ comedy.
Players will land on properties like Nelson Road Stadium, The Owner’s Box. and Kelly’s Flat. Tokens include Ted’s visor, a box of biscuits and more.
Plus, UNO Ted Lasso ($6.99) is on the way in July.
Season 3 starts March 15
Ted Lasso stars Jason Sudeikis as an American football coach hired to manage a British soccer team — despite being completely unfamiliar with soccer. But what he lacks in knowledge, he makes up for with optimism, underdog determination — and biscuits.
The show’s radical optimism quickly made it beloved by audiences (as well as a critics’ darling). The show won back-to-back Emmys for outstanding comedy.
Viewers can catch up on seasons one and two on the Apple TV app. Season three premieres on Apple TV+ on Wednesday, March 15, followed by new episodes every Wednesday.