Jennifer Aniston Might Actually Use Some Mates In ‘The Morning Present’ Season 2 Trailer

Begin spreading the information: Apple TV+ has launched the primary trailer for the second season of “The Morning Present.” 

At its worst, the streaming service’s star-studded flagship collection was a too-slick-for-its-own-good aping of all issues Aaron Sorkin. However then once more, it did give us Jennifer Aniston and Billy Crudup performing an impromptu Sondheim duet and a fully jaw-dropping cliffhanger, so we’re gonna name it even heading into Season 2. 

After the explosive occasions of the finale, which noticed co-anchors Alex (Aniston) and Bradley (Reese Witherspoon) exposing the tradition of abuse behind the scenes of the fictional community UBA stay on air, issues are trying a bit of completely different at “The Morning Present” ― and, no, we’re not simply speaking about somebody’s new wig

The second season sees the workforce “rising from the wreckage to a brand new UBA and a world in flux, the place identification is all the pieces and the chasm between who we current as and who we actually are comes into play,” in accordance with Apple TV+.

Aniston’s character has since give up the present within the wake of the scandal, explaining within the trailer that “all the eye goes to land on me,” as we see flashes of what life appears like whenever you’re not waking up at 3:30 a.m. 

However she seemingly can’t avoid the drama for too lengthy, as a sit-down interview with newcomer Julianna Margulies, enjoying a Diane Sawyer-esque rival UBA anchor, places her again within the scorching seat. Witherspoon’s Bradley, in the meantime, is left to man the ship alongside a fresh-faced new co-anchor within the type of Hasan Minhaj.

“Women” alum Greta Lee can also be becoming a member of the forged as Stella Bak, described as a “tech world wunderkind who has joined the UBA government workforce,” in addition to Ruairi O’Connor, who portrays  a “sensible and charismatic YouTube star” named Ty Fitzgerald.

Returning stars embody Steve Carell, Mark Duplass, Nestor Carbonell, Karen Pittman, Bel Powley, Desean Terry, Janina Gavankar, Tom Irwin and Marcia Homosexual Harden.

The ten-episode second season is ready to premiere Sept. 17 on Apple TV+.


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