Here’s the thing about the “Ted” prequel series: based on the details released so far, it’s still in the very earliest stages of development. That means no release date has been teased yet by Peacock. However, we can make an educated guess as to when we might expect to see the show.
To give us an idea of how long it might take for the “Ted” prequel to make it from announcement to release date, let’s look at another 10 episode Peacock revival: “Saved By the Bell.” That series was announced as being in the works in September 2019 (via USA Today) with filming starting January 2020 (via Deadline). After being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the show dropped on Peacock on November 25, 2020, a little over a year after it was first teased.
Now, there’s no way to know if the “Ted” prequel will follow a similar schedule, but if it does, we could get the series as soon as summer 2022. However, to be safe, we’d guess the series is most likely to arrive either in late 2022 or early 2023.