The actor is rooting for her character to find love in the upcoming season.
Last Updated: 06.41 AM, Jun 13, 2022
In the third season of The Morning Show, Jennifer Aniston has a lot of expectations for her character, Alex Levy. According to People, the Friends star shared how she was rooting for her character to find love in the forthcoming season during The Morning Show for Your Consideration Panel on Saturday.
Jennifer expressed her desire to visit Alex in order to at least try to find a human connection, a love connection of some form. The actor continued by saying that she would like to observe how Alex handles intimacy, not just with females but also with males. Because the actor believes that would be extremely clumsy, and she thinks it'd be a lot of fun to explore the discomfort of attempting it.
Jennifer also revealed that her character in the November 2019 launch series may find it difficult to open up to love. She went on by saying that since how does one keep everything they have built up over the last 15 years, this profession that one has developed, relevant and recognised, because it's a full-time job? She is not sure how one puts that down, the armour.
Kerry Ehrin, who created The Morning Show and served as showrunner for the first two seasons, will act as a consultant on the third season while continuing to develop new projects for Apple TV+ under her previously disclosed overall arrangement, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The drama also stars Reese Witherspoon, Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass, Nestor Carbonell, Karen Pittman, Bel Powley, Desean Terry, and Janina Gavankar.
The Morning Show is an unapologetically candid drama that examines the modern workplace through the eyes of those who help to wake America awake, lifting the veil on early morning television.
The Apple TV+ series featured Steve Carell as the male lead in the first two seasons.