Apple TV+’s award-winning show The Morning Show will resume filming on October 19, according to a report in Deadline, marking the continuation of the second season’s filming.
Naturally, Apple says the date is tentative and can be changed at short notice due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the company wants the show back in production as soon as it is safe to do so.
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass, and Steve Carell will all return to record the second season of the show within the next two weeks.
What’s interesting to note is that Steve Carell was originally only contracted for one season of the show, and the story arc of his character meant he could easily have been written out. Still, it looks like Carell will return to the show and see his character take on new challenges.
Apple began filming The Morning Show earlier in the year before the COVID-19 pandemic broke, and the cast reportedly wrapped the first two episodes.
Filming was ultimately then suspended, and since, it has been revealed the show has been rewritten to reflect the current situation. In season one, the show was rewritten to reflect the California wildfires.
The Morning Show has proven to be one of Apple’s biggest success stories. As well as receiving several nominations at the Golden Globe awards, Apple scored its first Emmy with Billy Crudup for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
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