Jennifer Aniston made television comeback last year with The Morning Show series, and while the show’s first season was a massive hit, it’s the second one the actress believes would be even bigger and better.
“You know, we were still dealing with the human ills, racism, inequality, ageism, and the feuds that go on behind the scenes of these moms and pops that we see every morning, but then #MeToo happened,” said the Friends star while talking to Deadline.
“And then there was just this feeling, and I couldn’t put my finger on it, and the producers couldn’t put their finger on it, but it was like something’s missing and I don’t know what it is. And then the COVID crisis happened,” she said of the pandemic that halted the shoot of season 2 after the first couple of episodes.
“Now, again, Kerry is back to the drawing board, and we are incorporating COVID in a way that is so exciting. I mean, I’m not calling COVID exciting by any stretch of the imagination, but in terms of where Season 1 ended, because the covers were being pulled on the network.
So, we’re entering Season 2 with, okay, this enormous seismic shift has just taken place, and we went to black, and we’re out. Now what,” told Aniston.
“It’s really interesting to see the direction that this pandemic has taken her with Season 2, because I believe what we all have taken away from these months in quarantine, and the state of the world as it exists right now, is a lot of contemplation, and a lot of excavation, and a lot of inward work,” the 51-year old shared of the second season that surely has created a lot of hype.