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The Morning Show Season 4: Here's all about the Oscar Winner Marion Cotillard's new character

The Morning Show‘s fourth season will surprise you greatly! Marion Cotillard, a well-known Oscar winner, is joining the cast. Starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, this Apple TV+ series delves deeply into the morning news industry. With a cast that includes Mark Duplass, Billy Crudup, and other celebrities, the series promises greater suspense and drama.

What does Marion Cotillard play?

As per the reports of The Hollywood Reporter, Marion Cotillard is joining The Morning Show as Celine Dumont, a smart character from a famous family in Europe. She seems like she’ll shake things up for the UBA Network news team.

What the Fourth Season Will Bring?

Returning showrunner and executive producer Charlotte Stoudt recently spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about a future feature film. She said that UBA merged with another news brand in the third season finale. This implies that as The Morning Show (TMS) moves into a new age, season four will feature new characters.

The morning news industry is examined in the show, along with the lives of those who cover it and the competitive nature of early newscasting daily. Following a major cliffhanger in season three, season four looks to be even more dramatic with the recent casting announcement.

Cotillard was last seen in a show called Extrapolations on Apple TV+. She’s also been in many famous movies like Two Days, One Night, Rust and Bone, Allied, The Dark Knight Rises, Inception, and others.

As the second French actress to win an Oscar, Cotillard was recognized for her performance as Edith Piaf in La Vie En Rose in 2008. She recently starred in the documentary Little Girl Blue. In France, Cotillard is represented by Agence Adequat; in the US, she is represented by CAA and Narrative.


Who’s joining the cast?
Oscar winner Marion Cotillard is joining The Morning Show season 4 cast.

What character will Marion Cotillard play?
Marion Cotillard will play the character of Celine Dumont.

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