Despite the rainy New York weather, Jennifer Aniston was not deterred from promoting her original series The Morning Show on Apple TV+. The busy actress, who is 50 years old, arrived at the Late Show With Stephen Colbert in a stunning strapless black dress and paused to take photos outside the CBS studio. Her publicist held an umbrella over her head as she posed for the cameras.
Despite the rainy weather in New York, Jennifer Aniston remained undeterred as she made her way to the Late Show With Stephen Colbert to promote Apple TV+’s The Morning Show. Her outfit for the occasion was a lovely frock that highlighted her figure with a cinched waist and a fabric belt adorned with silver clips. To keep up with the latest fashion trend, one clip held up an additional section of the skirt. Jennifer paired her dress with black sandal heels and left her shoulder-length blonde hair naturally tousled. She accessorized with statement pendant earrings and donned black eyeliner and mascara along with a rosy blush and glossy lip color to complete her look.
Unfazed by the occasion: The female performer, who is 50 years old, was seen entering the CBS studio on Tuesday evening donning a sleek strapless black dress and matching black sandal heels.
Jen put on a brave smile while her publicist shielded her from the rain with an umbrella.
The ex-Friends celebrity flaunted her shoulder-length blonde hair in a loose and tousled style, while sporting bold black eye-liner and mascara. She also donned plenty of rosy blush and lip gloss in preparation for her upcoming TV show. Aniston stars in The Morning Show as an experienced television presenter who’s compelled to work with a driven local reporter after her long-time co-host is accused of sexual misconduct. Alongside Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, the executive producer, also stars in the series, along with Steve Carell and Billy Crudup. The Morning Show was the very first show commissioned by Apple for its new streaming on-demand platform, receiving an initial order for two seasons. To celebrate, Apple CEO Tim Cook appeared at the star-studded premiere in NYC, alongside Aniston and Witherspoon.
Promotional activities for Apple’s new streaming on demand platform kicked off with the premiere of The Morning Show, which was the first show commissioned for the platform. The premiere was a star-studded event in NYC that included appearances by Apple CEO Tim Cook, as well as the show’s co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.
The highly anticipated show, The Morning Show, starring Jennifer Aniston as a seasoned TV anchor and Reese Witherspoon as an ambitious local reporter, will be released this Friday. However, the show’s production cost of $15 million per episode, totaling $300 million for two seasons, has not translated to favorable reviews from critics. Despite the hype, The Morning Show has only received mediocre scores of 60 and 71 percent on Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes, respectively. Some critics have labeled the show a “well-polished snore,” lacking focus and direction. Others have criticized the confusing plot and lack of character development. The show’s first three episodes will be available on Apple TV+ starting this Friday, with a monthly subscription fee of $4.99.
Aniston and Witherspoon demonstrated their hosting expertise as they took over as hosts on ABC’s Good Morning, America to promote their upcoming show.