WATCH: Here's the first look at The Morning Show season two 1 week ago

WATCH: Here's the first look at The Morning Show season two

The Morning Show season two is on the way.

Calling all The Morning Show fans, we've got some good news for you, the first look at the new season is finally here.

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It may only be a small glimpse into what season two will bring, but it's better than nothing at all.

With these new few clips from the upcoming season, we can expect to see a trailer and release date to drop soon too.

The clips were released among an array of Apple TV shows, with the upcoming series' compiled into one.

 

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For those who aren't familiar with the show and need some background, we got you. The show surrounds Jennifer Aniston's character Alex and her ex-co-anchor Mitch (Steve Carell) after he was fired due to sexual misconduct allegations.

Bradley Jackson, played by Reese Witherspoon, is then brought in to replace Mitch in the newsroom, and the drama unfolds.

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And in the new clips, we get to see Alex with a huge smile on her face, and it seems like it's going well for her in the second season.

In one clip, she's smiling while out in the snow, and in another, she's walking through the newsroom to a round of applause.

It's her ex-husband Jason who doesn't seem to be quite as happy, as we can see him in the clip saying: "I'm begging you to come back to me."

And he's not the only one, we get a glimpse of Bradley, and she's lying on a couch looking upset and stressed.

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But while her character might be miserable to be back to season two, Reese certainly is not as she was immediately commenting on Jennifer's Instagram about her excitement.

Posting a selfie to the social media platform, Jennifer said: "Aaand, we're back...", which Reese commented: "YES WE ARE!"

We don't know exactly what's in store for season two, but we're sure we'll see the aftermath of Alex and Bradley speaking out against the network president Fred Micklen live on air.

And of course, we're bound to get a mention or two about the pandemic.

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