Apple TV+’s Emmy-winning comedy series Ted Lasso may have come to an end wrapping up the third and final season in May, but the memories of the show will last forever. Jason Sudeikis starred in the series as the title character who heads to London to manage the struggling English Premier League football team, AFC Richmond. Moe Jeudy-Lamour played goalkeeper Thierry Zoreaux (aka Van Damme) from episode six in season one to the end of the series which aired May 31 of this year.

A standout moment in season three of Ted Lasso is the pending arrival of new player Zava, played by Maximilian Osinski. Moe Jeudy-Lamour told Popternative what all went into shooting scenes with Zava.

“The funny thing is the scene where we’re all together and we’re all talking about Zava and Trent writing the book, that scene we’ve must have filmed that like for three months because it was just so crazy to film it in this angle, that angle, everybody is in the room, so it was a little bit hard, but they figured it out. It’s such a good scene and it really paid off to really work on it,” he shared.

Moe also credits Maximilian’s character for elevating his. “And then the Zava thing is hilarious. Every scene we had with Max man like…Max is such a veteran. He’s so good and his comedic timing was so on point too. So to me, to have a scene with him […] I was like that’s amazing to have something that’s pivotal about my character, but it’s thanks to him, I’ll take it any day.”

Watch the full interview with Moe Jeudy-Lamour below.

All 3 seasons of Ted Lasso are available to stream on Apple TV+.


Amber Dover is a multimedia journalist with over a decade writing about pop culture. Cat mom with a deep love of horror, you can follow Amber at @Glambergirlblog on Instagram and Twitter.

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