He’s here, he’s there, he’s everywhere – even Sesame Street.
Ted Lasso‘S Brett Goldstein appears opposite Oscar-worthy co-star in a newly released clip from the beloved children’s show – and while Goldstein may not be technically Roy Kent’s character, the sound the growl he let out when Big Bird remarked one fine day they were telling us he was channeling former assistant coach AFC captain Richmond.
Goldstein wrote on Twitter. “I told him we had a lot in common. He told me to fight.”
– Sesame Street (@sesamestreet) February 15, 2022
Goldstein, who took home the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series last fall, has spoken out about his admiration for all things Jim Henson. “That was my ultimate goal, to work with the Muppets,” he previously said Mr. “I do it, then I die.” (In 2017, he performed a six-minute one-man performance of A Muppets Christmas Carol at the Parkinson’s fundraiser in the UK, all of its glory can be seen here.)
As TVLine exclusively reported, Ted LassoThe return of the product was delayed due to the start of production later than usual. While Seasons 1 and 2 of the Apple TV+ comedy hit theaters in August and July respectively, series co-creator Brendan Hunt (aka Coach Beard) told us that viewers should anticipate a slightly later release date for Season 3.
“We’ll definitely start later this year compared to Season 2, that’s for sure,” Hunt said. “So I would be surprised if our delivery dates were the same. That’s on top of my salary, I don’t know for sure, but I have a vague understanding of the limit of the dimension we call this time and I would say it looks like we won’t. [premiere] at the beginning of this year. ”
Hunt also served up a great trailer for Season 3 involving newly minted West Ham United manager Nathan Shelley, which you can read here.
See Sesame Street video above, then type in the comments with your reaction to Goldstein and is different Grouch icon share screen.
https://tvline.com/2022/02/15/sesame-street-ted-lasso-roy-kent-oscar-the-grouch-crossover-video/ Sesame Street / Ted Lasso Crossover Video – Roy Kent & Oscar the Grouch