Apple releases first look at star-powered drama 'The Morning Show'

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The Morning Show stars Academy Award-winner Reese Witherspoon, Emmy Award-winner Jennifer Aniston and Emmy Award-winner Steve Carell in a high-stakes drama that pulls back the curtain on early morning TV.

The Big Little Lies actor said that the show is going to focus on the relationship between the two incredibly powerful women, and how their ambition has led to their incredible success. but can also, at times, be a burden.

The Morning Show will debut on Apple TV+ this fall.

The upcoming Apple series The Morning Show, starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, released a first-look teaser on Monday. The voices of Witherspoon, 43, Aniston, 50, and Carell, 56, are heard throughout, in overlapping dialogue.

"I feel like people are screaming for honest conversation", says Carrell, playing Kessler's co-host Mitch Kessler.

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In the clip, which Witherspoon also shared on her Instagram page, the camera flows behind-the-scenes at the empty studios of the fictional morning show, panning through the hallways, dressing rooms, and control room before settling on the anchor desk. Meanwhile, Witherspoon adds a familiar Southern twinge to her accent as she ponders that the audience "wants to know the person behind the desk".

The show's stars - who also include Steve Carell and Billy Crudup - do not appear in the teaser.

The series, which has already received a two-season and 20-episode order and created by Michael Ellenberg (The Leftovers) with Kerry Ehrin serving as the series' writer.

The Morning Show will be released sometime in fall 2019, with an exact date yet to be announced.

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