Jennifer Aniston discusses the finale of The Morning Show and her character’s fate

In the season two finale of The Morning Show, Jennifer Aniston's character, Alex Levy, is having a time. As Jennifer said in a recent interview, the drama's treatment of Alex this season "was relentless! Honestly, I did think at one point the writers were trying to kill me!" Fiction imitated the real-life drama of the pandemic on the show, and pushed Alex to have "no filter," Jennifer said. But now she's saying, unapologetically: “This is who I am, this is what I am," reveals Jennifer about her character. The turning point of season two leaves the audience wanting more, ending with Alex's parting words to "stay safe and stay sane" before the news broadcast goes black. The abrupt ending leaves lingering questions as to where the morning-news drama could go next, especially while it awaits a season-three renewal for the Friends star. Jennifer reflected on the idea of continuing The Morning Show. "It's so hard to even imagine it right now, I don't know if I could ever do that again! So, we'll see."