The Morning Show Season 2: The trailer of the second part of the morning show was released by Apple TV on Monday, June 14. The show has also confirmed its release date. Though The show at times feels more like a vanity project than the hard-hitting drama it aspires to be, there is a pleasure to be had in watching Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon give it their all in the show. Season 1 of the morning show has excellent views and many people enjoyed watching the show and are looking forward to part 2. Keep reading to know the plot, cast, release date and check out the trailer of The Morning Show Season 2 below.
The Morning Show 2 Release Date
On Monday (June 14), the Apple TV+ series announced that it will return to screens on Friday, September 17, and dropped its first trailer. All 10 episodes of the second season will stream weekly on Fridays or maybe like Season 1 dropped 3 episodes at once for its premiere and then moved to a one-episode-per-week release. Season 2 will likely follow the same format
Check out the trailer below:
The Cast includes some new members in season 2
This season will introduce new characters and, as such, new actors will join the show’s cast. The three-time Emmy winner Julianna Margulies is one such addition. The actress, best known for her work on ER and The Good Wife will play Laura Peterson, an anchor at UBA News.
Hasan Minhaj has been tapped for a reoccurring role, as well. The writer-comedian, also known for his stand-up, will portray Eric, a charismatic, a rising star in the news industry who joins the Morning Show team.
Both Julianna and Hasan shared the trailer of the show on their Instagram handles.
Emmy Award-winner Holland Tayloris also slated to appear as ‘Cybil Richards,’ the savvy chairwoman of the UBA board. The new cast members don’t stop there. Greta Lee (Russian Doll, High Maintenance) and Ruairi O’Connor (The Spanish Princess, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It) will also appear in the series. Lee is set to play Stella Bak, “an ambitious leader of an online media company that caters to a millennial and Gen Z audience.” Meanwhile, O’Connor will portray Ty Fitzgerald, “a charismatic and savvy YouTube star.”
Season two has “a lot more to explore”
In describing the second season, Ehrin said, “It’s like a huge building fell on everyone and it’s about escaping from the wreckage.”
Indeed, season two will be about picking up the pieces from the first season’s chaotic end. Witherspoon commented on this reckoning during the show’s Television Critics Association panel.
“I feel like at the end of this ten episodes, there’s a whole new world order. It’s chaos. No one knows who is in charge and what leadership means at this point,” Witherspoon said. “I think that’s what we’re exploring in the culture right now as it goes topsy turvy, what is the new normal? I’m excited that we’ve got a lot more to explore.”
Ehrin also stated that the second season will focus more on the relationship between Alex and Bradley, Aniston and Witherspoon’s characters.
“They’ve gone through two really traumatic experiences together, which has sort of forged their souls in a way,” Ehrin said. “But they still don’t really know each other as people, so we’re playing some of that in the next season.”
How To Watch ‘The Morning Show’
The first season of The Morning Show is currently available to watch on Apple TV+. An Apple TV+ subscription is only Rs 99 a month. The Morning Show season 2 will premiere on the streaming service. Season 1 dropped 3 episodes at once for its premiere and then moved to a one-episode-per-week release. Season 2 will likely follow the same format. The show is not available on any other streaming platform like Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime Video.
The show got delayed due to the Corona Virus Pandemic. The show was originally set to debut last November; however, production was sidelined because of the COVID-19 quarantine.
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