Witherspoon teased there is "a really good part" for Pascal on season 4 of 'The Morning Show'
During the Critics Choice Awards red carpet, the costars invited Pedro Pascal to join the hit Apple TV+ series for season 4 after he joined in on their interview with KTLA anchors Sam Rubin and Jessica Holmes.
"Do you want to be on it?" asked Aniston, 54, as Witherspoon, 47, wondered if he was "avail" to take part.
The Your Place or Mine star then leaned over to Aniston and added, "Wait, we actually do have a really good part for him” which led her costar to gasp in agreement.
"Pitch it to me now," replied Pascal, 48.
When asked if it involved “anything romantic with anybody,” Aniston jokingly teased, “All of us.”
"I sleep with everyone on the show,” The Last of Us star responded. “I'm in. All right, I'll be waiting to hear from my agents."
As fans may recall, season 3 of The Morning Show left with UBA’s sale to Hyperion being stopped by Alex Levy (Aniston), who presented a merger between the network and competitor NBN to the board, and Bradley Jackson (Witherspoon) and her brother, Hal (Joe Tippett), turning themselves into the FBI for their actions surrounding the Insurrection.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter in November, showrunner Charlotte Stoudt shared that the writing for season 4 has just kicked off, but fans can expect to see the consequences of season 3 play out "in every sense and for every character."
"If we asked the audience to go on that ride, then we have to honor that ride," she said.
Back in April, Aniston — who also serves as an executive producer alongside Witherspoon — spoke about her positive experience making on the show.
“We thrive and it’s quite — dare I say it — easy,” she told Variety. “It’s such a pleasant set to be on. We love to communicate. We love to work stuff out, and we don’t just shove stuff under the rug. There’s no stone left unturned in a creative decision. We all put our heads together.”
She added, “There’s something so wonderful about trusting in your co-workers to know that if five people tell you look sick, then I’m gonna lay down, I’m gonna put my sword down on this one.”
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