How The Morning Show Surprised Us All

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“It’s like a huge building fell on everybody and it’s about escaping from the wreckage,” she told THR.

For Alex and Bradley, there’s going to be “a lot of fallout and a lot of upheaval” after dropping that building, and Mitch, if Carell’s schedule permits him to be in season two, now has to reckon with realizing he actually is a monster.

“It’s not about a comeback,” Ehrin told THR of Mitch’s season two story, thankfully. “It’s about something else.”  

We’re so ready to find out how this plays out in season two, but it’s strange to look back on the show we were waiting for and the show we ended up getting. Aniston may have given us a career-best performance and Carell revealed a whole new Emmy-nominated side, but it almost feels like that other show, the more fun one we celebrated with Friends and Office GIFs, must still be on its way.

The Morning Show is available to stream on Apple TV+. 

A version of this article was previously published on Jan. 3, 2020.


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