The Morning Show Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Meet Laura

The Morning Show Season 2 Episode 3 called ‘Laura’ is now out on Apple TV+. Directed by Lesli Linka Glatte, the series stars Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass, Néstor Carbonell, Karen Pittman Greta Lee and Ruairi O’Connor. Julianna Margulies appears in the episode as Laura Peterson, the UBA anchor.

The synopsis reads – Bradley covers the start of campaign season while Alex prepares for her big moment.

The Morning Show Season 2 Episode 3 Review Contains Mild Spoilers

In The Morning Show Season 2 Episode 3 ‘Laura’, promotions are going full swing to welcome Alex Levy back. Everyone’s also excited to see UBA’s Laura Peterson interviewing Alex. But it looks like Alex doesn’t like her and vice versa. Bradley makes a demand to Cory, but this time, he gives her a subtle warning. After the argument between Alex and Bradley in the previous episode, they meet for lunch. Alex makes it look like she’s sorting things out with her co-host, but all she does is talk bad about Laura because she fears the truth about Mitch and Hannah coming out.

Amid all the drama at the TMA, Daniel is stuck in Wuhan as they announce lockdown. Everyone at TMA joking about ‘social distancing rules’ set by the government of China. Today’s episode showed us that the drama and secrets in the network are never-ending. But I feel bad for Bradley because she’s so much potential, and everyone around her is using her only for their benefit.

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I am not surprised but still amazed at how Alex Levy is trying to make things her way. She keeps saying that she has worked on herself. But all I can see is that she’s trying to save her a** from getting into trouble. Bradley and Laura’s dynamic has truly astonished me, and I can’t wait to see how it will shape the story further. Stella doesn’t seem pleased with Cory’s working style and how everything’s changing at the network. I can’t wait to see Stella voice her opinion and take a firm stand for herself and people like Daniel, who are constantly sidelined.

The Morning Show Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Final Thoughts

Overall, I describe the episode as the ‘calm before the storm’. At this point, we don’t know what’s going on in Bradley and Alex’s minds. We are still getting teased with the coronavirus nightmare. I still don’t know why they are adding scenes with Mitch. The series is already complicated with so much happening, and the Mitch story adds nothing substantial to the plot.

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The Morning Show 2 Episode 3 is now streaming on Apple TV+.

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The Morning Show Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Titled 'Laura', Alex and Bradley try to "sort" out their differences. We meet Laura Peterson who is quite magnetic.

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