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New episodes of The Morning Show, starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, and Steve Carrell, are now airing on Apple TV+. Now in its second season, this workplace drama touches upon the sexual misconduct that occurs in the TV and news industries. If you're fan of The Morning Show or are interested in watching other shows like it, we collaborated with Ranker.com and the Watchworthy App to introduce you to more shows you might like.

Big Little Lies

Also featuring Reese Witherspoon, HBO's Big Little Lies is a dark series following a group of women in a beach town trying to conceal a massive secret. With Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, and Meryl Streep starring in it as well, Big Little Lies showcases this enthralling mystery with top notch acting and perplexing drama.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Streaming on Amazon Prime, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel follows former housewife, Miriam Maisel, as she plots out revenge against her ex-husband by launching her career in comedy. The femme-focused series exposes the sexism that dominated 1950s society, highlighting Miriam as she tears down boundaries that confined most women.

Unbelievable

Based off of real events, Netflix's Unbelievable is another enthralling drama that follows both the victims' perspectives of an assault and investigators as they try to piece together the crime. Starring Toni Collette and Merritt Wever, this limited series scored four Emmy's, testifying to the powerful storylines shared.

Fans of The Morning Show can find even more recommendations on the Watchworthy App!

Netflix released its trailer for the newest documentary on Britney Spears. Set to premiere on September 28th, a day before her next court hearing over her conservatorship, the new documentary exposes injustices caused to Britney over the past decade. Britney vs Spears, directed by Erin Lee Carr, is anticipated to be one of Netflix's biggest releases this Fall.

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Tiger King

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If you thought the reign of Joe Exotic and Carol Baskin was over, you better gear up for another season of the hit show Tiger King. It's been almost a year and half since the crazy world of big cats took over pop culture, and Netflix just announced that even more chaos is set to unfold in season two.

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