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First Trailer for 'The Morning Show' Season 2 Teases More Drama and More Billy Crudup

Apple TV+ has released the first The Morning Show Season 2 trailer, offering a first look at what fans can expect when the Emmy-winning drama series returns. The second season picks up soon after the first, as longtime co-host of the titular The Morning Show Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) and new co-host Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon) had just gone public about the network's history of burying inappropriate behavior and abuse from some of its most lauded employees.
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Billy Crudup Returning to Apple TV+ With ‘Hello Tomorrow’

Billy Crudup is heading back to Apple TV+. The streaming service announced last week that it had purchased Hello Tomorrow, a new 10-episode, half-hour dramedy in which he stars. Billy Crudup Stars in ‘Hello Tomorrow’ on Apple TV+. Mr. Crudup, who won a Critics Choice Award for his performance in...
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Billy Crudup joins Apple TV+ retro-future dramedy Hello Tomorrow!

The Morning Show star Billy Crudup has been cast in a new, 10-episode half-hour dramedy called Hello Tomorrow!, Show Snob has learned. Crudup, who is an Emmy and Critics Choice Award winner, will also serve as an executive producer while Johnathan Entwistle (The End of the F***king World) is attached to direct the MRC Television project.
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‘Hello Tomorrow!’: Billy Crudup to Star in Retro-Future AppleTV+ Show

After winning an Emmy for his performance on the AppleTV+ series The Morning Show, Billy Crudup is set to headline his own show at the streamer. The Watchmen and Almost Famous star will executive produce and star in Hello Tomorrow!, a half-hour dramedy series set in a retro-future world. Crudup will play a salesman who tries […]
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Billy Crudup Joins Futuristic Dramedy Hello Tomorrow! at Apple TV+ — Is He Saying Goodbye to The Morning Show?

In what could be a giant spoiler for a potential third season of The Morning Show, Billy Crudup has signed on to headline the Apple TV+ dramedy Hello Tomorrow!. The retro future-themed project, which has snagged a 10-episode series order, centers on an ambitious traveling salesmen (played by Crudup) hawking lunar timeshares. Crudup’s Jack possesses an unshakeable faith in a brighter tomorrow, which inspires his coworkers and revitalizes his desperate customers. It also, however, threatens to leave him dangerously lost in the very dream that sustains him.
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Billy Crudup To Star In “Hello Tomorrow”

“The Morning Show” actor Billy Crudup will both star in and executive produce the ten-episode straight-to-series dramedy “Hello Tomorrow” for the Apple TV+ service. Hailing from “Bloodline” creators Amit Bhalla and Lucas Jansen (Bloodline), the half-hour series is set in a retro-future world and centers on a group of travelling salesmen hawking lunar timeshares.
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Sci-fi dramedy Hello Tomorrow! starring Billy Crudup heads for Apple TV+

Emmy-winner Billy Crudup in space! That’s what’s coming in Hello Tomorrow!, a half-hour comedy/drama series about a man selling timeshares on the moon. The upcoming show will be an Apple TV+ exclusive. Hello Tomorrow! takes a humorously serious look as selling space. The series is set in a retro-future world....
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Billy Crudup to Lead Apple TV+’s Newest Dramedy Series Hello Tomorrow!

After winning his first Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his performance in Apple TV+‘s The Morning Show Season 1, Watchmen alum Billy Crudup is continuing to strengthen his partnership with the streamer as he signs on for the lead role in their new comedy-drama titled Hello Tomorrow!. Crudup is currently in production for the upcoming second season of The Morning Show which is expected to return later this year. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hello Tomorrow!, which hails from Amit Bhalla and Lucas Jansen, has officially been given a 10-episode straight-to-series order.