Apple have announced a season three renewal alongside a new show-runner for their global hit series ‘The Morning Show.’
The star-studded multi-award winning show, executive produced by its two leads Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, will see it’s upcoming season showrun and executive produced by Charlotte Stoudt as part of a multi-year deal with Apple TV+ for the WGA Award winner known for her work on ‘Fosse/Verdon,’ ‘Homeland’ and ‘House of Cards.’
Kerry Ehrin, who developed ‘The Morning Show’ and served as showrunner for its first two season’s will serve as consultant on season three, as she develops further original content for Apple in a previously announced multi-year deal.
Whilst an air date has yet to be announced for its upcoming season, we’re hopeful that it will be the show’s best yet. The creative process for ‘The Morning Show’ has famously seen disruptions across both seasons with a dramatic change of show-runner mid-way through production of season one and a challenging sophomore season re-write in order to reflect the global pandemic which began in 2020.
Interesting Fact: American screenwriter Jay Carson uncovered the prevalence of sexual abuse at ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ during research for the Apple Original series in 2017. Michael Corn, a top producer at ABC left the network following Disney’s investigations into sexual abuse allegations unearthed by Carson and soon to be heard at New York’s Supreme Court.
The Morning Show's two seasons can now be streamed in full on Apple TV+ in anticipation for its return, later in 2022.