It has been confirmed that Steve Carell has formally signed to return to the drama streaming on the online streaming service providing platform of the tech giant, Apple TV+ as a series regular in the second season. The extent of the involvement of the vet of The Office in the second season of the series remained something of an open question ever since the release of the first season, which concluded last year.
Kerry Ehrin, the showrunner, revealed at the time that they would like Steve to be back in the second season. He added that it is in the works, but as of now, it is not a done deal yet. Kerry Ehrin said that he would very much like him to be, and he thinks that continuing that story is actually important.
In the first season of The Morning Show, Carell’s disgraced co-anchor Mitch Kessler was fired from the show after being accused of multiple offenses under the #MeToo campaign. In the second season of the series Ehrin said that Mitch would still be the same guy. He is just going to have more awareness that he is not a good one.
However, it should be kept in mind that people do not change completely overnight, even in a tragedy. People are actually wired. They have all their habits and neurosis wired into them so deeply that you fall into your old habits of denial or making excuses. But it’s still about that struggle now of actually knowing the truth that he did very bad things. It’s not about a comeback. It’s about something else.”
Morning Show: Steve Carell Will Come Back In Season 2; He’s A Series Regular Now!
Just one week after its debut, it was confirmed by Apple that The Morning Show would be coming back for another season. While an exact date of the release is not set yet, initial reports said that the show would be returning in the month of November of 2020.
Also, we would like to inform you that it will be fair to make an assumption that the second season of the series might draw its storyline from the current political climate. However, this won’t stop the writing team of the show and Ehrin from diving into the current COVID-19 outbreak.
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