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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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24.5%
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64.1%
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8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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Storyline

After a fallout with their previous morning show co-host, the popular but #MeToo-scandal-ridden Mitch Kessler, a New York City TV station hires a new spunky journalist, the progressive and hotheaded southern girl Bradley Jackson, as the new co-host. The scheming station head manager Cory Ellison sees in her the chance to push his career further. The show's other popular co-host Alex Levy, disgruntled by the fact that she has to take in a newbie, tries to use this new situation to make her own power move and turn Bradley into an ally. Meanwhile, Mitch refuses to accept defeat and tries to take everyone in the station who knew about his sexual abuse scandal but said nothing down with him. Other characters include Chip Black, the show's cynical top producer and program organizer, Hannah Shoenfeld, the station's employee and Mitch's emotionally gutted silent victim, Yanko Flores, a romantic and the Morning Show's most popular reporter, Claire Conway, a British junior employee of the station and Yanko's smitten secret girlfriend, and Fred, the station's sleazy chief executive who tried to help Mitch cover up the scandal.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: November 1, 2019

Also Known As: La matinale, The Morning Show |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

morning show

Company Credits

Production Co: Media Res, Echo Films |  See more »

Cast

David Morse
as Mr. Jackson
Jayson Victor
as Rehab Staff
Joe Daru
as Angry Husband
J.D. Hinton
as Bob Stephens
Ian Gomez
as Greg
Andre Boyer
as Host
Jennifer Aniston
as Alex Levy
Catherine Dyer
as Teresa Bonner
Ethan Cohn
as Jared
Jamal Antar
as Paparazzi
Fred Melamed
as Mitch's Agent
Victoria Tate
as Rena Robinson
Helene McCardle
as Senator
Brian Bowen Smith
as Photographer
Desean Terry
as Daniel Henderson
Christian Zuber
as Fred's Assistant
Judah Mackey
as Teddy Kessler
Embeth Davidtz
as Paige
Paul Witten
as Austin
Josh Latzer
as Roy
Kadrolsha Ona Carole
as Photographer #2
Stefanie Stevens
as Dr. Gwen Zeegers-Bottum
Richard Whiten
as Paul
Dana Holm
as Dancer
Hank Northrop
as Unruly Protestor
Alain Uy
as Jimmy
Mindy Kaling
as Audra
Nancy Stone
as Jenna Macantire
Nestor Carbonell
as Yanko Flores
Amber Friendly
as Layla Bell
Cheyenne Jackson
as Cheyenne Jackson
Tony von Halle
as Phil
Shari Belafonte
as Julia
John Marshall Jones
as Noah
Traci Belushi
as Angela Cody
Joe Pacheco
as Bart Daley
Tara Karsian
as Gayle Burns
Ellen Gerstein
as Woman
Nikhil Pai
as Research Expert
Amy Shaughnessy
as Control Room Producer
Carrie Armstrong
as Woman
Greg Webster
as Musician
Ken Holmes
as Businessman
Augustus Prew
as Sean
Markus Flanagan
as Gerard
Andre Johnson
as Stage Manager
Christopher Wallinger
as Security Guard Russ
Traci Swartz
as Dancer
Michelle Meredith
as Lindsey/Lindsey Sherman
Anthony Molinari
as Jake/Jake (Alex's Driver)/Alex's Driver
Hannah Marshall
as Veronique
David Magidoff
as Nicky Brooks
Michelle Kim
as Hostess
Steve Carell
as Mitch Kessler
Noreen O'Neill
as Barista
Clayton Farris
as Segment Producer
Reese Witherspoon
as Bradley Jackson
Kathlee Mangan
as Dancer
Costa Nicholas
as Doorman
Buckley Sampson
as Kate
Hasan Minhaj
as Eric
Laura Dickinson
Nanrisa Lee
as Local News Reporter/Local Reporter 1
Elizabeth Greer
as Lisa Paushter
Jack Armstrong
as Beau
Hannah Leder
as Isabella
Sean Alexander James
as Jimbo
Janina Gavankar
as Alison Namazi
Maria Sharapova
as Maria Sharapova
Audrey Douglass
as Dancer
Hayes MacArthur
as Marlon Tate
Benjamin Shepherd
as Musician
Kelly Sullivan
as Vicki Manderly
Billy Crudup
as Cory Ellison
Joe Marinelli
as Donny Spagnoli
Alexandra Fatovich
as Michelle/Michelle Conners
Michael Seitz
as Spencer
Philip Anthony-Rodriguez
as Gabriel
Zakary Risinger
as Young Hal
Kelli Dawn Hancock
as Woman at Bar
Ferly Prado
as Dancer
Karen Pittman
as Mia Jordan
Krystin Goodwin
as Tabitha Roberts
Jessica Nunez-Wood
as Reporter
Jeff Pomerantz
as Drew
Rachael Markarian
as Dancer
Brad Lee Wind
as Kenny
Jorga Caye
as Protestor
Tom Irwin
as Fred Micklen
Mark Duplass
as Chip Black
Zuri Hall
as E! Reporter
Andrew Leeds
as Alan
Kristel Kovner
as Madison Kane
Chris V. Pipkin
as Waiter
Cory Tucker
as Guy at Table
Dendrie Taylor
as Yvette
Mark Totty
as Jeremy Brian
Joe Tippett
as Hal Jackson
Christina Quarternik
as Dancer
Rozzi Crane
as Vocalist
Jeni Jones
Jake Broder
as Nate
Al Coronel
as Mike
Andrea Bendewald
as Valerie
Mark Harelik
as Richard
Mike O'Malley
as Tim Eavers
Gugu Mbatha-Raw
as Hannah Shoenfeld
Hank Cheyne
as Disgraced Director
Theo Iyer
as Kyle
Julian Morris
as Andrew
Maurice Harris Jr.
as Drum Major
Meagan Kong
as Dancer
Ivan Fuchs
as Man in Pilot
Julianna Margulies
as Laura Peterson
Tommy Buck
as Tourist
Terryn Westbrook
as Fay Anoai
Katherine Ko
as Dhillon Reece-Smit
Lisa London
as Landlord
Taylor Cooper
as Meredith
Alexander Hinojosa
as Jogger
Harley Graham
as Young Bradley
Greta Lee
as Stella Bak
Benjamin Mackey
as Jeff Kessler
Joseph James Sloan Jr.
as Camera Operator
Briana Henry
as Alyssa
Jacqueline Mazarella
as Trisha Marino
Candice Marie Bennett
as Woman in Pilot
Dana Davis
as Christine
Jaco Caraco
as Guitarist
Hannah Douglass
as Dancer
Kristin Johnson
as Dancer
Matthew Butcher
as Hired Firefighter
John Patrick Jordan
as Tom
Christine Heneise
as Cocktail Waitress/Italy Tourist
Adina Porter
as Sarah Gravele
Kate Vernon
as Geneva Micklen
Jessica Rotter
Zak Lee
as Professor Viola
Allan Graf
as Joe
Paul Guilfoyle
as Reid
Deborah Geffner
as Kassie Spitser Crisis Specialist
Julie Goldman
as TMS Desk Security Guard
Jason Halbert
as Pianist
Meredith Pyle
Chris Dougherty
as Eric
Valeria Golino
as Paola Lambruschini
Cassie Dzienny
as Dancer
Shane Munson
as Samantha
Ron Gilbert
as Tom Ballantine
Chris Rivaro
as Security Guard Bill
Oona Roche
as Lizzy Craig
Jordan Seigel
as Musician
Christian Jacob
as Pianist
Brett Butler
as Sandy Jackson
Romy Rosemont
as Sheila
David Jahn
as Desk Clerk
Carolyn Zeller
as Jane
Andrew Herrera-Bridges
as Male Tenant
Marcia Gay Harden
as Maggie Brener
Roman Mitichyan
as Sam Rudo
Sara Mann
Martin Short
as Dick Lundy
Doris McCarthy
as NYC Pedistraib
Ashleigh Wilson
as Dancer
Ruairi O'Connor
as Ty Fitzgerald
Natalia Warner
as Cecily
Kelly Clarkson
as Self - Performer
T.J. Alvarado
as Barista
Ashley Everett
as Dancer
Alice Lin
as Jimmy's Grandmother
Hannah Hawkins
as Dancer
Robert Cicchini
as Robert
Victoria Acker
as Dancer
Kathy Najimy
Pramode Kumar
as Cab Driver
Bel Powley
as Claire Conway
Ahna O'Reilly
as Ashley Brown
Shelley Robertson
as Janet
Jack Davenport
as Jason Craig
Marisa Echeverria
as Robin
Judy Kain
as Adele
Erin Dinsmore
as Hipster
Frederick Falk
as Researcher
Eli Bildner
as Joel Rapkin
Brittany O'Connor
as Dancer

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 10 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Black Reel Awards for Television 2020

Nominee

Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Supporting Actress, Drama Series

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2020

Winner

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

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