The Flight Attendant is the latest HBO Max series featuring Kaley Cuoco of The Big Bang Theory for her first significant role since 2019. Big Bang came to an end recently. Cuoco and YOU co-creator Greg Berlanti, you wouldn’t want to lose it, executively created the dark comedy thriller. Can there be more to arrive from the Flight Attendant?
Will There Be Another Season Of The Flight Attendant?
The Flight Attendant premiered on HBO Max on Thursday, November 26 and fans have been tuning in every week to find out what happened to Cassie Bowen (played by Kaley Cuoco) and Alex Sokolov (Michael Huisman).
The finale launched on the streaming site on Thursday, December 17, and fans are anxiously anticipating news about the future of the show. For fans of The Flight Attendant, there is excellent news as the show is coming back for a second start, despite the series being initially planned as a limited series.
The announcement was confirmed in a statement on Friday, December 18 by Chief Content Officer, Casey Bloys, HBO, and HBO Max. He said, ” We are delighted that the show has resonated so strongly with audiences and critics.” Steve Yockey, the creator of the series, already had expressed his expectations and plans for a second series.
The show is based on a book from the book of the same name by Chris Bohjalian. The Flight Attendant follows Cassie, an alcoholic flight attendant, who encounters a mysterious man named Alex, who sits on her flight in first class.
They hit it off immediately, and they went back to his hotel after having dinner together in Bangkok. However, Alex was brutally murdered when Cassie woke up, and Cassie has no memory of what happened the night before.
She had become a person of FBI interest immediately, but in the end, the killer of Alex was discovered to be Cassie’s boyfriend, Buckley/Felix (Colin Woodell). The series also concluded with some cliffhangers that set up a second outing for the show. For instance, Buckley/Felix killed Cassie’s co-worker Miranda (Michelle Gomez) and Megan (Rosie Perez) fled the country after plotting against her husband.
Shane (Griffin Matthews), Cassie’s co-worker who appeared to be a CIA agent, was killed by Buckley/Felix. After months of disruptions as a result of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, the first series premiered in November 2020, and with the pandemic continuing to interrupt production on various shows, viewers will have to wait a little longer than anticipated.