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Jon Hamm's long nightmare of not being on Apple TV+ has ended, and he will debut on the service in season three of "The Morning Show."
Apple shared an ad in January featuring Jon Hamm complaining about his lack of roles in Apple TV+ programming. As he went down the list of shows and films, he noted that it seemed all of Hollywood was there without him.
On Wednesday, Apple TV+ shared some casting news on Twitter, stating that Jon Hamm would finally be joining Apple TV+. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hamm will take on the role of Paul Marks, a corporate titan with his sights set on UBA.
Production for season three of "The Morning Show" is set to begin in August. The newsroom drama features actors like Jennifer Anniston and Reese Witherspoon contending with the reality of being the face of America's number one morning news source.
The ad, called "Everyone but Jon Hamm" was nominated for an Emmy for outstanding commercial. It features Hamm scrolling through Apple TV+ content and even leaving several voicemails for Tom Hanks.
The first two seasons of "The Morning Show" are available to stream on Apple TV+ for paying subscribers. Customers can get a subscription for $4.99 per month or via any tier of the Apple One subscription bundle.