Jennifer Aniston braved the rainy climate of New York City to promote her Apple TV+ show, The Morning Show. The 50-year-old actress looked stunning in a strapless black dress as she arrived at the Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Despite the downpour, Jennifer didn’t miss the opportunity to pose for photos outside the CBS studio. While smiling for the cameras, her publicist held an umbrella over her head to keep her dry.
Despite the inclement weather in New York City, Jennifer Aniston remained resolute as she made her way to the Late Show With Stephen Colbert to promote her latest project, The Morning Show, which is exclusively available on Apple TV+. She opted for an elegant dress that highlighted her curves with a fitted waist and a cloth belt adorned with silver clasps. To stay abreast of the latest fashion trends, one clasp held up an additional part of the skirt. Jennifer complemented her attire with black heeled sandals and left her blonde tresses naturally tousled at shoulder length. She accessorized her look with statement earrings and enhanced her features with black eyeliner and mascara, as well as a hint of rosy blush and shiny lip color for a refined finish.
Despite what happened, a female artist in her middle age showed up at the CBS studio on Tuesday night. She was wearing an elegant black strapless dress and paired it with high-heeled sandals that perfectly matched her outfit.
With a brave look on her face, Jen stood beneath an umbrella held by her press agent to keep from getting soaked in the downpour.
The ex-Friends actress flaunted her blonde, shoulder-length hair in a relaxed and tousled style. She complemented her appearance with bold black eyeliner and mascara, along with a generous amount of pink blush and lip gloss for her upcoming TV series. Aniston plays the role of a seasoned TV host in The Morning Show, who teams up with a determined local reporter, portrayed by Reese Witherspoon, following allegations of sexual misconduct against her longtime co-host. The show also features Steve Carell and Billy Crudup and was commissioned by Apple as its first-ever program for its new streaming on-demand platform, with an initial order for two seasons. At the star-studded premiere in NYC, Apple CEO Tim Cook joined Aniston and Witherspoon to celebrate the series’ success.
The promotion for Apple’s new streaming service featuring on-demand content kicked off with the release of The Morning Show. This show was specially created for the platform and made its debut in New York City amidst much fanfare, with big names like Apple CEO Tim Cook, Jennifer Aniston, and Reese Witherspoon gracing the occasion.
The highly-anticipated TV series, The Morning Show, starring Jennifer Aniston as a seasoned TV anchor and Reese Witherspoon as an ambitious local reporter, is scheduled to debut this Friday. Despite the hefty production budget of $15 million per episode, totaling $300 million for two seasons, critics have not been impressed. The Morning Show has received average scores of 60 and 71 percent on Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes, respectively, with some calling it a “polished bore” with no clear direction. Others have criticized the intricate plot and lack of character development. Apple TV+ will release the first three episodes of the show for a monthly subscription fee of $4.99 starting from Friday.
Aniston and Witherspoon displayed their hosting skills during their guest appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America as they promoted their upcoming show.