The Morning Show season 2 finale deserves a separate discussion. The show has been inspired by Top of the Morning: Inside the Ruthless World of Morning TV, Brian Stelter’s non-fiction book released in 2013.
On The Morning Show Season 2, we know the personal and professional life of the staff and all the pillars of the breakfast program. The program arises on the UBA network, a fictitious network. All other television shows report on the media and other news.
However, on The Morning Show, the audience will see a version of headlines that is about real life.
the #MeToo movement it had already begun, and the impact it has left is omnipresent. The movement has impacted various fields such as media, entertainment, politics, and various other aspects related to a person’s life.
The first season of the show focused on sexual misconduct in the workplace. When the show was about to begin work for the second season, the United States Presidential Election, and to top it off, came the COVID-19 pandemic. Hence the new season deals with these matters.
If you are interested in The Morning Show season 2 finale, you have landed in the right place. There will be some major spoilers later, so proceed with caution.
Before we know the end of season 2 of The Morning Show, let’s do a brief summary.
Season 2 of the Morning Show begins right where the first show left off. Jennifer Aniston’s character Alex and Reese Witherspoon’s character Bradley brings out how Fred Micklen, the president of the UBA, has allowed Steve Carell’s character, Mitch Kessler, to continue with such behavior.
This puts the network into a damage control mode.
Billy Crudup’s character, Cory, has made a deal with Fred. This has made him the CEO of the network. To do this, he had to secure a severance package of $ 190.2 million.
We see that Alex then leaves and moves to Maine. However, your stay in Maine doesn’t last long.
Bradley He tries his best to stay strong when she’s not there. We see Cory somehow persuade Alex to go back to work as grades have dropped a lot.
Alex’s return was supposed to bring a lot of good things, but things didn’t go as planned. He is afraid of the content of Maggie Brener’s book. The book has a lot to talk about about Alex and Mitch’s relationship.
Alex brings his producer, Chip. Mark Duplass plays this character. She has been able to come to Cory with dismay, Greta Lee’s character, Stella Bak (the news president), and Karen Pittman’s character Mia. However, everyone accepts Alex’s decision.
By The Morning Show season 2 finale, we noticed that lives have become very complicated for all the characters on the show. Bradley and Laura Peterson, played by Julianna Margulies, strike up a relationship.
You realize that you can have a happy life if you stay in this relationship.
As her happy times continue, she sees Hal, his brotherthere, approaching her door. She remembers her disgusting past. We see that Mitch’s character is short-lived on the show, as he dies when his car falls off the cliff.
Alex doesn’t take it very well and then makes a video of her speaking at Mitch’s memorial. This video of her was leaked on all social networks, so Alex was ‘canceled’.
On The Morning Show season 2 finalewe see that Alex has been affected by COVID-19. That is why at the end of the season it was given the name ‘Fever’. Bradley begins to panic and starts looking everywhere for his brother.
Alex tells him to go on social media and ask for help.
Daniel feels he must make some decisions that will shape his future appropriately. Cory tells Bradley how he feels about her, but before Bradley could react, someone called her and told her that they knew where her brother was.
What happens to Alex in the season 2 finale of The Morning Show?
After Alex returns from Italy, we see that she falls ill. Everyone begins to fear the worst case scenario where everyone is right. Alex has fallen into the traps of the COVID-19 virus.
Stella and Missing in action decide that you will not inform the rest of the staff about Alex’s condition. They say that one of them has contracted the virus, so they should all continue working from home.
Chip thinks about proposing his plan to Cory about doing a show where Alex is the speaker. She would be sharing her experiences after being affected by the virus. Cory thinks about it for some time and finally accepts the plan.
Then we see that Stella doesn’t want to put Alex on primetime. Then transfer the entire program to UBA +.
The Morning Show season 2 finale scenes show scenes in the United States during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. We see how people have been struggling to get used to that life in the pandemic.
Alex experiences the virus first-hand. He was also afraid to learn about the death of numerous Covid-19 patients in the US.
He indulges in long showers in the hope that his temperature will drop. He is also in constant contact with his doctor. Your doctor advises you to stay licked at home and constantly monitor your body temperature and breathing.
After making Cory agree to the plan, Chip finds himself Alex and try to convince her to be the presenter of the program. Alex is afraid of the fact that he, too, could be affected by the virus.
Chip tells him that he has already been through COVID-19 and that he is asymptomatic right now.
We see Alex finally agreeing to face the hostile world when he is at his weakest and most vulnerable. Near the end of The Morning Show Season 2We see that Alex has done many shows to overcome all his fears and insecurities.
In The Morning Show Season 2, neither Alex dies nor does he let any stranger dictate his ways of life. She gradually becomes a much better version of herself when viewed in terms of emotions and terms of physical health.
We have no idea of the effect that has been left on the viewers who have seen your show. But one thing we’re sure of is that the show has saved Alex in a number of ways.
Does Chip also suffer from COVID-19?
We see Chip heading over to Alex’s house to talk about the new show he has planned. When Alex tells him it won’t be safe, says he already had COVID-19, and is now asymptomatic to the virus.
However, at the end of season 2, we know that Chip has lied about suffering COVID-19.
We see that Alex decides not to follow the teleprompter in the final episode. She goes on to talk about the Chips analysis that has made her accept responsibility.
He also thanked Chip for giving him the perfect support when he needed it most. After this, Chip received a call from his girlfriend, Madeleine.
This is the first time Madeleine learned that Chip was suffering from COVID. Chip decides that he won’t answer the call and continues to do his job.
On The season 2 finale of the morning showWe also found that Chip hadn’t even been tested before coming to meet Alex. You have been openly exposed to this deadly virus.
Even if you’ve been tested before and tested negative, that’s irrelevant at this point.