Jennifer Aniston’s Sexy Snapshot Inspires Self-Love

American actress Jennifer Aniston who never shies away from speaking her mind, on Sunday reminded her fans about self-love with an alluring picture of self. Treating her fans with a monochromatic picture from her archived gallery

Ever since the launch of the Apple TV+ media drama, the starring characters played by Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, along with their allies at the fictional UBA morning news program, have attempted to expose those secrets, staging coup after coup, in hopes of carrying out a cultural revolution. And with the release of the first teaser for the forthcoming season (below), the third go-around for the TMS team looks to be no exception.

The one-minute look at season three spotlights each of the main characters following the cliffhanger events of season two.

Change-maker Bradley Jackson (Witherspoon) says she wanted to make a difference, and her partner-in-crime Alex Levy (Aniston) says she needs to have a say in the future of the show; amped-up executive Cory Ellison (Billy Crudup) says he wants to build something with purpose (and win), while defeated publicist Stella Bak (Greta Lee) calls the whole thing smoke and mirrors.


Then, in comes the new character, a tech тιтan who takes an interest in UBA, played by Jon Hamm, to offer the team a lifeline: “You need a miracle,” he says. Elsewhere, Alex threatens to expose more secrets and Cory says he wants to “burn it all down.” The teaser ends with a sH๏τ of Bradley and Alex, hinting that they might just take Cory’s advice.

The 10-episode third season launches Sept. 13 with the first two episodes, followed by a weekly release on Wednesdays.

For a refresher, the second season, which aired in November 2021, ended the show’s timeline in March 2020 with the U.S. on the cusp of lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic. After exposing UBA amid the #MeToo movement (and nearly derailing their broadcasting careers) in season one, Bradley and Alex once again found themselves fighting the good fight in season two.


The season ended with a COVID-stricken Alex addressing the nation live after she was “canceled” over her exposed relationship with the Morning Show’s disgraced former anchor Mitch Kessler (Steve Carell), who died earlier in the season.

Her season-ending speech — which cut The Morning Show to black after a broadcast for the second season in a row — capped a COVID-heavy season and left the show’s future open-ended about where it could go.

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