Hasan Minhaj joins Season 2 of Apple’s The Morning Show
Apple TV’s upcoming second season of its Emmy-nominated drama The Morning Show is expanding its star cast with the addition of the Peabody Award winner The daily show alumnus Hasan Minhaj for a recurring role, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Minhaj, who recently saw his award-winning patriot act canceled on Netflix after six seasons, she’s set to play Eric, a charismatic rising star who joins the Morning program team. In addition to Minhaj, sources are reporting that Emmy nominee Steve Carell has struck a new deal to come back, as he recently fired Mitch Kessler after signing only a one-year deal for the first season.
The Morning Show, which has already received an order for two seasons and 20 episodes and was created by Michael Ellenberg (The remains) with Kerry Ehrin as the scriptwriter of the series. Follow the lives of people who wake up before dawn and host the morning talk shows on television.
The series stars Carell (Handsome boy, Welcome to Marwen), Jennifer Aniston (Murder mystery), Reese Witherspoon (Big little lies), Billy Crudup (Titanic), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Black mirror), Nestor Carbonell (The dark knight) y Mark Duplass (Big mouth).
The first season garnered three Golden Globe nominations, including Best Television Series – Drama and Best Actress for Witherspoon and Aniston. He also received seven Emmy nominations, and Billy Crudup won Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of Cory Ellison.
The series also marks Carell’s first foray into the small screen after seven seasons starring. The office. It also marks Aniston’s return to television for the first time in 15 years since she starred in one of the lead roles on the hit NBC sitcom. friends, and the actress also chose to focus on film roles. While he has had small roles on television in recent years, (including friends), Witherspoon made her debut in a starring television role last year. Big little lies, who was also an executive producer.
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The Morning Show Season 1 is now available on Apple TV Plus.
(Crédito de la photo: Astrid Stawiarz /. Para Peabody)