Based on the trailer of The Morning Show season 3, UBA will be facing a cyber attack that may reveal secrets within the company that it definitely doesn’t want the public to know. But it looks like that’s not the only challenge the network will be facing. Well, we get to see it all play out when the third season debuts! When do new episodes come out?
Season 3 sees the return of Jennifer Aniston as Alex Levy, Reese Witherspoon as Bradley Jackson, Billy Crudup as Cory Ellison, Mark Duplass as Chip Black, Karen Pittman as Mia Jordan, and more. There’s three new cast members this time around, including actor Jon Hamm who will play Paul Marks. And is it just me or is there some chemistry between Alex and Paul in that trailer?
So when do you need to tune in to watch the show? What day do you need to make sure you free up? We’ve got the answer for you below!
The Morning Show season 3 release schedule: When do new episodes come out?
The Morning Show season 3 premieres Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2023 with the first two episodes on Apple TV+. Going forward, one new installment will be released weekly until the last one. The finale streams Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023. There’s a total of 10 episodes this season. We provided a breakdown of the release schedule for you to follow along throughout the season below:
- Episode 1 (premiere) – Sept. 13
- Episode 2 – Sept. 13
- Episode 3 – Sept. 20
- Episode 4 – Sept. 27
- Episode 5 – Oct. 4
- Episode 6 – Oct. 11
- Episode 7 – Oct. 18
- Episode 8 – Oct. 25
- Episode 9 – Nov. 1
- Episode 10 (finale) – Nov. 8
In the new installment, the future of UBA is in jeopardy and loyalties are “pushed to the brink” when Paul Marks, a tech titan, is determined to take over the company, per the synopsis. New alliances will be formed, staff members will have to face their “core values,” and truths will be weaponized. You know. Just another day in the newsroom at The Morning Show.
The Morning Show season 3 premieres Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2023 with the first two episodes on Apple TV+.