What you need to know
- Apple TV+ show "The Morning Show" will resume filming on October 19.
- The show had to stop filming because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The season is also expected to include the pandemic itself.
Apple TV+ hit "The Morning Show" will resume filming of its second season on October 19, according to a report.
Filming had previously stopped – with two episodes almost complete – thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and we've been waiting for it to get back underway ever since. That, according to Deadline, will happen very soon.
With two episodes almost complete, it's still expected that the season will include the pandemic itself with some rewriting going on to make that happen.
There's no telling when we can expect the new season to air, but it isn't going to be any time soon for obvious reasons. That's a shame as well, with "The Morning Show" picking up awards for its electric first season.
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