What you need to know
- Jennifer Aniston was one of the stars of "The Morning Show" on Apple TV+.
- The actor has been speaking with "Friends" co-star Lisa Kudrow.
- Topics included the epic season one finale.
Apple TV+'s "The Morning Show" has been one of the more well-received offerings from the streaming service's debut year. One of the show's stars, Jenifer Aniston, has been speaking with "Friends" co-star Lisa Kudrow about working on the show and how her character dealt with the themes it brought to the fore.
Possible spoilers ahead!
Season one of "The Morning Show" saw Aniston's character, Alex Levy, come to terms with the firing of her on-air partner over his sexual misconduct. This brings co-star Reese Witherspoon into the fray as the pair work to deal with the situation within a TV studio that is less than diverse. Especially at the top.
Aniston explained how she dealt with the season finale which saw her character have a "breakdown" over the events leading up to it.
Aniston went on to liken the show to stories she's heard throughout her own career in Hollywood.
This discussion was part of a larger Variety video and it is well worth a watch if you're at all interested in "Friends", "The Morning Show," or the two actors.
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