'The Morning Show' was '20 years of therapy wrapped into 10 episodes', says Aniston
What you need to know
- Star of 'The Morning Show' Jennifer Aniston has interviewed with the LA Times.
- She says filming the show felt like "20 years of therapy."
- Aniston was nominated for an Emmy for her role in the show.
Jennifer Aniston has spoken to the La Times about how filming 'The Morning Show' on Apple TV+ felt like "20 years of therapy" in 10 episodes.
The interview talks about how Aniston found the role of The Morning Show as a way to "at least showcase her talent in a way that might surprise people" in the wake of her success with Friends. On the cathartic experience of filming the show the report says:
The report continues:
Aniston spoke about how being an actor and observing the way her character handled fame made her acknowledge the issue "as opposed to pretending it doesn't exist."
The interview also touched on how Aniston resonated with her characters limo meltdown on the way to a red carpet event. The report also notes how The Morning Show shut down filming in March because of COVID-19, and how the next season will incorporate a pandemic storyline:
You can read the full report here.
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