The Morning Show returns with its second season on Apple TV+ September 17,2021.
The second season of The Morning Show will build upon the dialogues explored in the previous season and provide commentary on the nuances within cancel culture, community in the workplace, and the impact of Covid-19. Fans of the series will be able to relate to both the characters and the cast’s struggles with transitioning into our pandemic lives and quarantine.
2020 will be remembered for the global pandemic that put our lives on pause and the Morning Show cast wasn’t immune to the effects of Covid. The initial filming of the show was paused due to the pandemic, and when the show returned to filming ultimately the pandemic had to be included in the storylines of the characters they portrayed.
Aside from exploring the progression of COVID, the show continues to dissect “cancel culture” which has become a part of daily conversations online. The show will open the door for audiences to question the concept of redemption and what it means to be a “bad guy” to one person and a hero to another.
The second season of The Morning Show is as attention-grabbing as the first. Viewers will be able to see what is next for the UBA team and new additions to the show including Hasan Minhaj as Eric Nomani. The first episode of The Morning Show airs Friday, September 17, on Apple+.