Phil Dunster as Jamie Tartt in Ted Lasso season 2 should be a name on every voter’s lips as the window for the 2022 Emmy Award nominations begins to close. Allow me to remind you why. Continue reading “Phil Dunster of ‘Ted Lasso’ delivered one of 2021’s greatest TV performances, and Emmy voters need to remember that”
Subjectify interviewed Ted Lasso composer Tom Howe about his score for season 2 of the hit Apple TV+ show. This season saw the inclusion of new musical motifs for many of our favorite characters as their stories progressed, and Howe not only talked us through the development of some of those, he gave us clues to help spot them. Continue reading “‘Ted Lasso’ composer Tom Howe on creating the white noise of Ted’s anxiety, the rawness of Jamie’s heart, and the warning of Nate’s descent”
Cast and crew from Ted Lasso showed off their real life football skills (or lack thereof) in a charity match against a team representing Netflix’s Heart of Stone, and Subjectify’s somewhat reluctant football enthusiast has all the highlights.
Continue reading “Football is life: ‘Ted Lasso’ takes on ‘Heart of Stone’ for Mark Milsome Memorial Cup”
It’s our Not About The Weather 2021 retrospective, and we are going all-in with our biggest pop culture hype and gripe of the year. Ariana, Brittany, Natalie and Karen are all here to decompress. Ted Lasso and Mythic Quest are both heavily featured, with a shout out to Dickinson as well. No, we are not shills for Apple, yes we will become so if ever they want us to be. That platform is creating a lot of great work right now. Ariana takes us through her hype regarding this year’s wonderful coming of age portrayals for teenage girls, and Brittany rekindles her long-lost experience with live music.
To mark the end of the year, our Subjectify team have picked out their best TV moments of 2021 to reminisce about. Continue reading “Staffer Subjectivities: ‘Ted Lasso,’ ‘Hacks,’ ‘Younger,’ ‘Pen15,’ and more of our best 2021 TV moments”
SuperBob, the 2015 feature written by and starring Ted Lasso’s Brett Goldstein, is a small-scale British superhero comedy that showcases the actor’s range. Read our Third Thursday Throwback review of this warm cuddle of film and give it a watch. Continue reading “Third Thursday Throwback – ‘SuperBob’ is the romance the superhero genre deserves”
James Lance spoke with us extensively about starring in the new Oscar Wilde adaptation The Canterville Ghost last month, but there were a lot of Ted Lasso-specific topics touched upon that didn’t make the final copy of those articles. I’m pretty sure Trent Crimm fans are going to want to read the rest, though, so without further ado, this is James Lance: Part Three. Continue reading “James Lance of ‘Ted Lasso’ has seen the backlash from journalists, and says Trent Crimm was ‘happy to pull the pin’ on his career”
Every time a live-action television series does an animated episode, it opens the door to so many possibilities. Here are some of the Subjectify staff’s current favorite shows that we think could creatively introduce an element of animation. Continue reading “Staffer Subjectivities: ‘Ted Lasso’ and 6 more live-action shows that could (and should!) pull off an animated episode”
For the final episode of The Canterville Ghost on BYUtv, we’ve got more from Anthony Head as he talks about the special effects of Sir Simon, as well as rewriting his character’s Shakespearean style with the show’s blessing, and what attracted him to the project in the first place. Continue reading “Anthony Head on punching up ‘The Canterville Ghost’ with special effects and Shakespeare”
Brett Goldstein of Ted Lasso fame has been popping up at a few Los Angeles comedy nights in recent months. The star has a background in stand-up comedy, and Subjectify managed to catch his set at a Jam in the Van line up this weekend. Read our review of the event below. Continue reading “Brett Goldstein keeps his stand-up hand in at Jam in the Van”
It’s more from James Lance as he stars in BYUtv’s new adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Canterville Ghost alongside his Ted Lasso co-star Anthony Head. This week, James shares his depth of feeling about Oscar Wilde, and unpacks a little about Trent Crimm’s fascination with Coach Lasso.
The wonderful and storied Anthony Head headlines a new four-part production of Oscar Wilde’s The Canterville Ghost alongside his Ted Lasso co-star James Lance. Anthony spoke with us about Sir Simon, his history playing heroes and villains, whether he has any empathy for Rupert Mannion. Continue reading “Anthony Head sometimes doesn’t recognize himself on ‘Ted Lasso,’ and he likes it that way”
Y’all saw that video of Daniel Radcliffe, right? Ariana is in love, due to the unusual anthology series Miracle Workers, and tells us about the potential link between each unrelated season. Having fallen down a DanRad hole, the only issue is that he hasn’t yet claimed his throne as a romcom prince. If you’re in the mood for a cozy mystery, Natalie can’t recommend Only Murders in the Building enough as a major hype of fall TV, and Only Murders was Brittany’s hype too, until she got some big news about her favorite musical of all time. Continue reading “Episode #38 – Bon Appétit”
James Lance, best known for his role on Apple’s smash hit Ted Lasso, co-headlines a new four-part production of Oscar Wilde’s The Canterville Ghost alongside Lasso co-star Anthony Head. We spoke to James Lance about Canterville, as well as what’s next for Trent Crimm, Independant. Continue reading “‘The Canterville Ghost’ star James Lance talks Wilde, Wodehouse and learning Ted Lasso’s secret from Jason Sudeikis”
Get started on your 2021 pop culture Halloween costume now with this list of costume ideas for you, your partner, and your group of friends. Continue reading “2021 pop culture Halloween costume ideas you can put together fast”