‘The Morning Show’ Fans Are Losing It Over This New Sex Scene

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The Morning Show season 3 just aired a sex scene between Jennifer Aniston and John Hamm’s characters Alex Levy and Paul Marks, and fans are feeling the heat. 🔥

The third season of The Morning Show is currently airing on Apple TV+, with third episode, ‘The Stanford Student’ dropping on October 12. In it, news anchor Alex Levy interviews tech billionaire Paul Marks, who is attempting to buy the network the show airs on. She confronts him over a tip-off from an unnamed Stanford student, who alleged Paul took advantage of her billion-dollar idea.

After he (kind of) apologizes, the pair’s sexual tension bubbles over, and they kiss before viewers see a full blown sex scene between Alex and Paul. People have been going wild for the moment on social media, with director Mimi Leder unpacking the scene between Jennifer Aniston and John Hamm for Variety.

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“It was a closed set, and two very grown-up actors who really understood the nature of the storytelling and were very much a part of it,” she said. “We wanted it to be sensitive. We wanted it to be sexy. We wanted it to be adult. We wanted it to be emotional. They really let go. They’re great actors. And there you have it.”

Mimi Leder continued, “It’s a really interesting episode: It’s sort of a rom-com episode, but it’s also a very important, political episode and a turning point in the series.”

BRB, going to watch it again.

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