Kaley Cuoco Gets Entrenched in Another Murder in 'The Flight Attendant' Season 2 Teaser

Season 2 of 'The Flight Attendant' goes well beyond the book for its new murder mystery, coming to HBO Max in April.
by Danielle Turchiano — 

Kaley Cuoco in 'The Flight Attendant'


The second season of HBO Max's The Flight Attendant will premiere with its first two episodes on April 21. Watch a first look at the new season in a teaser below.

The eight-episode season will then stream two episodes on April 28 and one new episode each of the following weeks up to and including its finale on May 26.

Although Season 1 followed the events of Chris Bohjalian's 2018 novel of the same title, in which alcoholic flight attendant Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) woke up after a one-night stand to find the man murdered in her bed and decided to chase down what really happened, Season 2 sees her living a sober life in Los Angeles. After all she went through in Season 1, she now moonlights as a CIA asset in addition to working as a flight attendant. 

Although she tells her sober friends that she has "been making better choices" lately, that won't stop her from getting sucked into another dangerous case. After witnessing a new murder, she gets entrenched in yet another story with international complications.

In addition to Cuoco, Season 1 cast members Zosia Mamet, Griffin Matthews, Deniz Akdeniz, and Rosie Perez all reprise their roles, and returning guest stars include T.R. Knight, Yasha Jackson, and Audrey Grace Marshall. However, Season 2 also welcomes some new players: Mo McRae, Callie Hernandez, and JJ Soria are series regulars, while Alanna Ubach, Cheryl Hines, Jessie Ennis, Mae Martin, Margaret Cho, Santiago Cabrera, Sharon Stone, and Shohreh Aghdashloo are new guest stars.

Developed by Steve Yockey, The Flight Attendant Season 2 is executive produced by co-showrunners Yockey and Natalie Chaidez, as well as Cuoco, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, David Madden, Suzanne McCormack, and Silver Tree. Jess Meyer is co-executive producer, and Bonnie Munoz serves as producer. The series is produced by Warner Bros. Television, Yes, Norman Productions, and Berlanti Productions.