“We cannot accept a culture of silence…”

It has undoubtedly been a busy year for TV enthusiasts so far, with audiences being treated to a wealth of exciting new titles and the return of fond favourites.

Speaking of which, a certain gem is back on screens.

Created by Jay Carson, The Morning Show earned praise from both general viewers and critics back in 2019, offering us a timely and imperative story inspired by Brian Stelter’s book Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV.

The first season wrapped up that December and fans have had to wait longer than expected for a return.

Nevertheless, that return has certainly been triumphant, and some would argue that the show is already better than ever.

Now that season 2 is making its way to screens, first-time audiences are wishing to see what they’re missing. So, let’s ask: Is The Morning Show on Netflix? Here’s where to watch…

still from The Morning Show trailer, Echo Films, Apple TV+, YouTube

Where to watch The Morning Show: Is it on Netflix?

The Morning Show is streaming exclusively on Apple TV+. It is not available on such services as Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime Video.

All 10 episodes of season 1 are currently available and the first episode of season 2 debuted on Friday, September 17th 2021.

Subsequent episodes are set to follow weekly, with the second episode set to hit the platform at midnight PT on Friday, September 24th 2021.

Like season 1, audiences can expect another 10 installments from the latest season.

For those who aren’t subscribed to Apple TV+, you’re still in luck, as they are currently offering a 7-day free trial. Once this ends, the subscription costs just $4.99 per month.

Looking ahead, as you tune into episodes every Friday you can anticipate the finale on November 19th 2021.

The Morning Show — Season 2 Official Teaser | Apple TV+

The Morning Show — Season 2 Official Teaser | Apple TV+

“We were worried about that”

Interviewed on E! News’ Daily Pop, Jennifer Aniston and Reece Witherspoon revealed that they felt pressure to live up to the acclaimed first season. On expectations, Jennifer admitted:

“We were worried about that because season one was such sort of a perfect little art installation in and of itself. That was not an easy task to sort of drum up, where do we go from here?”

Reece also weighed in, explaining: “We worked really hard and I think we did it. There’s good stuff.”

On the less intense side of things, Jennifer revealed that her dream morning news segment to tackle would be a “meta” interview with beloved actress Julia Roberts. Meanwhile, Reece said that she wants to do “a scene where we do it when we’ve had four glasses of wine and then interview celebrities.”

What did Jennifer say? “I’m so in.”

Why the long wait?

Considering season 1 arrived in late 2019, you may be wondering why it took so long for new episodes to emerge.

On the other hand, you may have guessed it in an instant…

Production was put on an indefinite hiatus in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, much to the frustration of the cast and crew.

Jennifer Aniston reacted to the unfortunate news when chatting with Deadline: “God, I can’t wait to get back to work. Just talking about it, it gets me… And season 2, it’s getting so good.”

The Morning Show season 2 continued each Friday on Apple TV+.

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