There are too many loose ends on THE MORNING SHOW to even try to pull them all together. But, I am sorry to say, “try, they did.” 

This finale was jammed packed going from one storyline to another. Everyone was a part of the final episode of the season, even Mitch. Was it too much? Yes, simply because in the end, nothing was settled, resolved, or concluded. 

Everything was left up in the air to be decided in season three. In a way, I felt cheated. I mean, come on! Give me and the rest of the viewers who have struggled through this roller coaster season a “gimmel.” We deserved it. 

  • What will happen to Bradley and her brother?
  • Will Daniel and Mia continue working together?
  • How will Cory come back as cool as he is after all the proclamations, platitudes, and affirmations?
  • Stella…Stella…Stella?
  • Are Laura and Bradley still together?
  • Paola, is Italy calling for you to return? 
  • Chip…yikes. What were you thinking? 
  • Alex, is this your last time on the air? 

Who has the answers to any of these questions. I so hope the writers know where our journey is headed next year before we all jump ship. 

If all of this was not enough, Covid finally took center stage as it should. THE MORNING SHOW is in those first frightening days of the disease when it was declared a pandemic, not enough people wore masks or social distanced, and the unthinkable happened. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson came down with it in Australia. We have a long road ahead.

The biggest takeaways was for everyone to stop being afraid of who they are, mind your own business, and what really happens after you die. In the end, all we can do is be safe and sane. Not enough THE MORNING SHOW. I expected more. 

THE MORNING SHOW is available to stream on Apple TV+. 

Esta Rosevear

Esta Rosevear has been a Theatre Arts teacher and director for 35+ years, published Children’s author of the Rebecca series, and is passionate about playing her violin, walking, gardening, and reading murder mysteries.

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