Season 2 is all about how Nate turns into a bully
Nathan Shelley has now officially jumped to the side of revenge. Season two of Apple TV+’s and the Emmy-winning comedy show has now become Nate’s revenge show. He is now heeling and has turn into an aggressive bully from a shy man.
In the season finale (“Inverting The Pyramid Of Success,”) of the show, Nate (Nick Mohammed) and Ted (Jason Sudeikis) face some hard situations. The duo suffers the negative consequences of Nate’s action. As he had released Ted’s panic attack information to the media, the duo face the consequences of his action.
Below is what Nick Mohammed has got to say for his character’s redemption in Ted Lasso. However, if you have still not watched season 2 of Ted Lasso, then it is suggested to not read the blog below.
Ted Lasso’s Nick Mohammed unveils Nate’s redemption
In season 2, the two characters enter into an opportunity situation. At one place Nate does not want to let go of the opportunity to unleash his boss. On the other hand, Ted tries to dissolve the situation. However, for fans, it is hard to see such a confusing situation in a show that has always been optimistic and affirmative.
The season 2 finale ends with the Nate working as the West Ham Coach. It is a football team purchased by AFC Richmond’s former slimy owner, Rupert.
Nick Mohammed’s reaction to his character
According to Nick, he expected a better fan reaction about his character. However, the show became the subject of a massive online hot topic over the internet. Moreover, season 3 will be completely based on how Nate takes up to his redemption.