“The Morning Show” is a superb, though theatrical, dismantling of these once-sacred structures. Starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell, it was one of the first series on Apple’s new streaming platform Apple TV+. The Morning Show Season 2 – Updates on releasing date That was in September of 2019. For a drama based on a daytime broadcast, the central news anchors have a lot to catch up on. Here’s everything we know thus far about Season 2.
The Morning Show Season 2 – Updates on releasing date
The Morning Show Season 2 will premiere on the 17th of September 2021, exclusively on Apple Tv Plus. Apple TV+ is available for £4.99 a month with a seven-day free trial for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, select Samsung and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku devices, as well as through tv.apple.com.
The Morning Show Season 2 – Updates on casting members
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carell are all reprising their roles as main characters. Season two also sees the return of Mark Duplass as Charlie Black, former EP of The Morning Show, Billy Crudup as UBA executive Cory Ellison, and Tom Irwin as UBA president Fred Micklen.
Greta Lee (Russian Doll), Ruairi O’Connor (The Conjuring 3), Hasan Minhaj (The Daily Show), Holland Taylor (Hollywood), Tara Karsian (American Horror Story), Valeria Golino (Portrait of a Lady on Fire), and Julianna Margulies are among the new cast members (The Good Wife).
The Morning Show Season 2 – Updates on storyline
In season one, Mitch (Carell), a sleazy broadcaster, gets sacked from The Morning Show for sexual misbehavior. Everyone is horrified, especially his co-anchor Alex (Aniston). To rebel against her bosses’ desire to remove her, she enlists the help of the enjoyably outspoken Bradley Jackson (Witherspoon) to deliver the news to her.
However, this poses its own set of issues, since Bradley is determined to deliver unsettling news on a show that relies on escapism. Season two’s plot has been kept under wraps, although it takes place in the aftermath of the season one conclusion. Alex and Bradley finally speak out about The Morning Show’s poisonous and exploitative work climate. That is, until they are severed. As a result, the UBA network is in a perilous state of flux.
Alex has departed the series, but a blonder Bradley has remained. And the devious UBA president Fred is still lurking in the halls, fighting with the well-intentioned, chaos-loving executive Cory. Also, given that episodes in season one featured real-life incidents – like Harvey Weinstein, the California disasters, and the Las Vegas shootings — it’s probable that Covid will be mentioned.
The Morning Show Season 2 – Updates on trailer
Yes, you can see the teaser trailer for Season 2 of The Morning Show (due out in June 2021) right here.