Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon reunited on the red carpet in London on Friday (Novermber 1) for the premiere of "The Morning Show".
The program is one of nine originals from Apple TV+ which entered into the TV streaming market in the early hours of November 1st.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) JENNIFER ANISTON, SAYING: "I haven't necessarily felt that ageism has affected me only because I feel like I'm working more than I've ever worked.
The MeToo of it all - we're all kind of trying to find our way and understand this new normal.
And I think the show does a really good job of shedding a light on that.'' (SOUNDBITE) (English) JENNIFER ANISTON, ASKED ABOUT RETURNING TO TV, SAYING: ''Well, it wasn't really about TV versus film.
It was really the show - the idea that Michael came to the two of us about and I love morning talk shows and getting to learn about the world behind it is just fascinating.'' As well as starring in the show, Aniston and Witherspoon also executively produced it.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) REESE WITHERSPOON, SAYING: ''I am, really so enormously grateful to have a partner like Jennifer.
I mean, to have someone who's known worldwide who's ready to tackle these big issues like MeToo and sexual harassment in the workplace and sexism and racism.
And it's all in this show.
So we really try to make sure the bar was really high and we really, we really aim for the stars.'' Apple's Chief Executive Tim Cook says it's the first "all-original" subscription video service.