'Morning Show' Producers Sue Insurer for $44 Million Over Withholding Covid Coverage

'Morning Show' Producers Sue Insurer for $44 Million Over Withholding Covid Coverage
Producers of Apple TV+'s "The Morning Show" have filed a $44 million lawsuit against the show's insurance company for refusing to pay for coverage of losses due to the second season's Covid-related production delays, according to documents filed in California federal court on Friday.

"The Morning Show" executive producer Michael Ellenberg filed the lawsuit against the Apple drama's insurance company, Chubb National Insurance, on behalf of his banner Media Res, the production company behind the Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon-led series.

The "Morning Show" production company said it had secured $125 million in cast coverage from Chubb, plus more for imminent peril to their shooting location. The company said Chubb is now refusing to pay the coverage it owes the production company -- which, according to the lawsuit, is $44 million -- over the production delays it faced in Season 2 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the lawsuit, Chubb has
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