SPOILER ALERT: The story details the October 29 episode of Apple TV + The morning show.
USA Today reports this in the latest episode of Apple TV + The morning show, a main character is sent out. The show, which depicts the power struggles of a networking morning show, has an arbitrary number of characters in conflict, providing exciting opportunities when it comes to the plot points.
The Emmy-winning show draws back the curtain on the smiling faces that face the nation every day, showing that workplace struggles and power games are as much a part of high-level broadcasts as the weather forecast.
But now Steve Carell’s character is gone forever. That’s right, Mitch Kessler is dead.
It appears that Kessler, the power-hungry, violent TV station, drove his car off a cliff at the end of the episode. His friend and only ally Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) was devastated to hear that Mitch was gone.
Aniston had a strong sense of character departure, “It was so heartbreaking,” she says of the ending. “It is made so beautifully and it is very poetic in a way. But it’s (Alex’s) only ally. It’s her only friend. She is the only person she has in the world. ”
To get away from all the bad he has to deal with after being branded as a sexual harasser, Mitch travels to Italy in an attempt to dodge the consequences. Kessler and Levy reunite there, primarily so she can convince him to deny that they have ever slept together. While the meeting was initially icy cold, she admits she missed their fun times together.
The moment is ruined when a news report reveals that black women were the target of Mitch’s inappropriate behavior, which made Alex angry. “Mitch, just because you did not mean doing so does not make it OK, ”she says.
“I want to be a better person,” he begs her. “I want to be a good person.” That may be the case, but there is nothing she can do for him.
In the last scene of the episode, while Mitch is driving, he is suddenly dazzled by headlights and his car drives over the cliff. Instead of trying to steer himself from danger, he takes his hands off the steering wheel and closes his eyes. He sees himself dancing with Alex and the screen fades to black.
Aniston mentions that Mitch’s death is a catalyst for Alex’s deep self-reflection.
“It’s one of the many things that leads her to the brutal reality and see who she is and who she refuses to be because their last conversation is so gripping,” she said. “Basically, ‘I want to do this for you so you can continue this facade of who you so desperately need to be. And yet you have to throw me to the wolves.’ So I think she has a real coming to Jesus (moment) in terms of integrity and truth, and who she is and who she really wants to be. ”