Gayle King Acknowledges CBS's ‘Elephant in the Room’ on Network Me Too Harassment

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Well, that’s awkward. Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon are making the media rounds to promote a new series on a fictional network morning show. ABC’s Good Morning America had the stars of The Morning Show. CBS This Morning’s Gayle King talked to the actresses, even noting the “elephant in the room” in relation to disgraced ex-host Charlie Rose. But NBC’s Today? The home of alleged sexual predator Matt Lauer? That show has yet to talk to Witherspoon and Aniston. On Thursday, King explained that the Apple streaming program will feature Steve Carell as a morning host accused of sexual harassment.

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