Jason Sudeikis looked every inch the doting dad as he treated his and Olivia Wilde’s son Otis to courtside tickets during the Nuggets vs. Knicks game at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.
The Ted Lasso star, 46, enjoyed a game with three of his hit series co-stars Brendan Hunt, Toheeb Jimoh and Kola Bokinni as they took a break from promoting the new season, which premiered this week on Apple TV+.
The actress cut a casual figure in a black hoodie with jeans, Air Jordans and a black hat as she sat with her arm around her son.
Otis, 8, tucked his long blonde hair under a white Knicks hat and wore a cream fleece, black pants with a rip at the knee and Adidas sneakers.
In January, DailyMail.com published exclusive pictures of Olivia, 38, and Jason showing great affection for each other as they left a meeting in Los Angeles.
They were spotted chatting and smiling at each other on the sidewalk in full view of photographers. Before they went their separate ways, they gave each other a warm embrace, which was pleasant for both parties.
As they walked away from each other, Olivia continued to smile as her ex gave her the peace sign, a huge sign that things were turning around for them.
A source close to Olivia and Jason claimed the couple “doesn’t have any more drama,” adding that they are both “very single” following the actress’ split from Harry Styles.
According to a report from Us Weekly, Olivia has also moved on and is ready to start dating again. “Olivia is open to dating again, which makes it clear she’s available and looking for nothing but a great man,” the source said.
However, the source noted that they are not currently romantically involved and are instead focusing on “friendship.”
After being at the center of a sensational scandal just a few months ago when details of their acrimonious split were revealed, insiders now say the former couple have overcome their differences and are in “constant communication” while managing to raise their two children. Daisy, six, and Otis.
The two friendly exes have been locked in a nasty cross-coastal custody battle for the past several years, but have reportedly put all their anger and bitterness behind them.
Jason plays the title character in the critically acclaimed sports comedy-drama.
The show’s first season received a whopping 20 nominations at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards and won seven awards, including acting awards for Jason and co-stars Brett Goldstein and Hanna Waddingham and Outstanding Comedy Series.
The second season also received 20 nominations and won four awards.
Developed by Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt and Joe Kelly, the series has been a loyal hit with viewers and critics since it premiered on Apple TV+ on August 14, 2020.
What are the critics saying?
“This way, the public can breathe a small sigh of relief. The manufacturers haven’t messed with the formula.
– Ted Lasso has nothing to prove other than perhaps showing that it can end as well as it started. Even if the show goes all the way, one thing for sure seems to be that its namesake will be smiling and blasting outlandish analogies right down to the last gun.
The Hollywood Reporter
“Ted Lasso has become a show where every character feels like they’re the star of their own show — which is great in a landscape where many shows don’t have a single character worth anchoring the show — and everyone feels like they’re only half-service.
The Washington Post
It’s got a lot of what makes it fun — a lovable cast, good jokes, and the hilarious inclusion of a rom-com trope or a musical lyric where there shouldn’t be one (“The King and I” song “Getting to Know You” makes a startling appearance ).’