The uplifting AppleTV+ series — starring Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham and Juno Temple — concluded its third season in May
This Ted Lasso-Barbie crossover is total goals.
After scoring huge success with the record-breaking Barbie film this summer, Mattel has decided to dribble its way into the world of Ted Lasso with a new Barbie collection based on the 11-time Emmy-winning AppleTV+ show.
Barbie managed to nail Ted’s sports uniform to a tee, decking the mini coach in a blue AFC Richmond Tracksuit. His accessories include doll-size aviator sunglasses, a whistle strapped around his neck, a football secured under his arm and a mini mustache.
Rebecca’s figurine is a total boss babe in business-casual style, while Keeley’s glamorous Barbiecore hot pink gown, topped with a black faux fur cape, is in a league of its own.
Each doll retails for $50 on Mattel Creation’s website or on Amazon and comes packaged in a collectible box suited for each character.
Mattel previously launched a range of stylish figures based on the Greta Gerwig-directed Barbie film, shrinking its stars Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, Simu Liu, America Ferrera and Issa Rae into their respective Barbies.
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In May, Ted Lasso concluded its third season, which, unfortunately for some, might be the show’s last.
Rumors that Ted Lasso would come to a halt have swirled since Sudeikis said that "was just the way [they] conceived" the show in July 2021, and seemingly the Saturday Night Live alum's word is among the select few individuals who can confirm the status of the show's future.
Executive producer Bill Lawrence revealed to Deadline at the ATX TV Festival in June 2022 that the decision to keep the sports comedy alive is in the hands of Sudeikis and the show's producers. However, Sudeikis has kept notably tight-lipped on the topic.
"It's just likely the end of this story because we always saw it as a three-part thing," the actor, who plays Coach Beard, added. "We never even knew for sure we'd be able to tell all three parts — and suddenly, here we are. So, there will be some type of closure to this beat but closure is not necessarily the end."
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