Apple TV+’s ‘The Morning Show’ Returns for Season 3 on Sep 13

As streaming platforms continue to dominate our screens, one question remains: what makes a TV show a hit? Although the measure of success isn’t always transparent in the digital age, Apple TV+’s triumphant flagship series, “The Morning Show,” unquestionably fits the bill. Praised for its A-list cast and Emmy-winning status, this behind-the-scenes exploration of a “Good Morning America”-type franchise goes the extra mile. Appropriately, it comes courtesy of Hollywood heavyweights Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, who both star in and executive produce the series. Fans should mark their calendars for Wednesday, September 13, when the show returns for its global premiere on Apple TV+.

As summer 2023 gears up to deliver a slew of must-see TV shows, “The Morning Show” is firmly on our radar as it reassembles its star-studded ensemble cast for an eagerly awaited third season. Among the returning lineup you’ll find Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass, Nestor Carbonell, Karen Pittman, and Greta Lee, alongside new additions Jon Hamm and Nicole Beharie. Plus, don’t forget fan-favorite Julianna Margulies, who’s making a triumphant return as well.

The trailer for the emotionally charged and dramatic third season of “The Morning Show” has just debuted on Apple TV+. With ten episodes sure to keep us on our toes, the third season is set to premiere on Wednesday, September 13, 2023. The first two episodes will drop together, followed by new episodes every Wednesday until November 8, 2023.

In the upcoming season, the stakes are high as the future of UBA network hangs in the balance, testing loyalties and triggering unexpected alliances. The cast, led by Aniston and Witherspoon, will grapple with private truths and personal values both inside and outside the newsroom.

“The Morning Show,” having won accolades from Emmy, SAG, and Critics Choice, is slated for a fourth season. The industry clout behind this success does not stop with Aniston and Witherspoon. Charlotte Stoudt showrunning and executive producing, with Mimi Leder directing and executive producing. The series hails from studio Media Res, with additional executive production by Michael Ellenberg, Stoudt, Leder, Kirsten Hahn via Echo Films and Lauren Neustadter for Hello Sunshine.

To make sure you’re on board for all the drama of season three, you can catch up on the complete first and second seasons of “The Morning Show,” now streaming globally on Apple TV+. Watch the riveting new trailer for season three below.

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