Season 2 of The Flight Attendant is almost here, with Kaley Cuoco’s mystery/comedy series set to return shortly.
When The Flight Attendant initially aired in 2020, it rapidly became a fan favourite and one of the first real Max originals for HBO’s Max streaming service.
The Flight Attendant was written by Steve Yockey and based on Christopher A. Bohjalian’s novel (opens in new tab). Cassie, a rash flight attendant with an alcohol problem, wakes up in the wrong hotel room, in the wrong bed, with a dead guy with no idea what transpired the next morning. She begins to question if she may be the killer after being unable to piece together the events of the night.
A quick recap of “The Flight Attendant” season 1
Before we dive into what season 2 of The Flight Attendant has in store, let’s take a look back at season 1. SPOILER ALERT if you haven’t seen Season 1 of The Flight Attendant. Every episode is available on HBO Max, and the first season is available on Sky Max in the United States.
Cassie meets a tall, dark stranger called Alex while working on a trip to Thailand, and they plan to go out after they get to Bangkok. She wakes up the following morning with no recollection of the previous night and sees Alex dead next to her, covered in blood. Cassie tries to disappear and swiftly returns to work as her jet takes off for the United States. After which she is apprehended by the FBI in New York and questioned about Alex’s death; however, with the assistance of her closest friend and lawyer Ani, Cassie is freed and not charged with anything, but the FBI chooses to keep a watch on her.
While struggling with distressing recollections, Cassie launches her own research into what occurred with Alex. The more she digs, the more dangerous things become, as she pulls together a plot, becomes the target of a hired murderer, and strains her friendship with Ani and her other friends. Her only solace is getting wasted with a new guy she meets.
After so many mysteries solver and unresolved, Cassie is recruited by Shane to assist out in the future at the end of the season. Cassie also discovers that Miranda, who was supposed to be dead after meeting Felix, is alive and well, having fled with the money Alex had taken.
Trailer for “The Flight Attendant” season 2
Following the release of a teaser trailer for The Flight Attendant season 2 a few weeks ago, we now have an official trailer that delves deeper into Cassie’s mystery this season.
A few of the season’s major themes appear to include anyone seeking to frame Cassie, Megan requiring assistance to dodge the North Koreans who have placed a bounty on her head, and Cassie struggling to keep her new life together while trying to stay clean.
What will the plot of “The Flight Attendant” season 2 be like?
In season 2, what can Cassie and the rest of the characters of The Flight Attendant expect? Here’s what we know thus far about season 2’s plot:
Cassie Bowden was living her best of the sober life in Los Angeles, also moonlighting as a CIA agent. However, when she is unwittingly seeing a murder while on assignment abroad, she becomes caught in yet another international mystery.” This season, Cassie will visit Los Angeles, Berlin, and Reykjavik, among other places.
When is season 2 of “The Flight Attendant” set to premiere?
Season 2 of The Flight Attendant will premiere on HBO Max on Thursday, April 21 in the United States.
The first two episodes will air on April 21, followed by two more on April 28, and then one episode every week until the season 2 finale on May 26. (there will be eight episodes in total). The Flight Attendant was announced as part of HBO’s 2022 preview of new and returning programming for the cable network and HBO Max streaming service. The Flight Attendant will be available on Sky Max and NOW TV in the UK on an unspecified date in May.
Cast and Crew of “The Flight Attendant”
Kaley Cuoco stars as Cassie Bowden in The Flight Attendant, for that she was considered for an Emmy. Cuoco featured as Penny in the long-running CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory, so she’s no stranger to being at the heart of a famous TV show. In the HBO Max animated series Harley Quinn, she also supplies the voice of Harley Quinn.
Cast members Zosia Mamet as Cassie’s closest friend Ani, and Griffin Matthews as another coworker with Cassie, Deniz Akdeniz as Ani’s boyfriend Max, Shane, all return from season one of The Flight Attendant. T.R Knight will reprise his role as Cassie’s brother, Davey; Yasha Jackson will reprise her role as Jada, another coworker; and Audrey Grace Marshall will reprise her role as little Cassie in season 2.
New cast members have been announced for season 2 of The Flight Attendant. Mo McRae as Benjamin Berry, Callie Hernandez as Gabrielle Diaz, and JJ Soria as Esteban Diaz are new series regulars. Carol Atkinson is played by Alanna Ubach, Dot Karlson is played by Cherly Hines, Jenny is played by Jessie Ennis, Grace St. James is played by Mae Martin, Utada is played by Margaret Cho, Marco is played by Santiago Cabrera, and Brenda is played by Shohreh Aghdashloo.
Full Cast of “The Flight Attendant”
Kaley Cuoco, Zosia Mamet, T.R. Knight, Rosie Perez, Griffin Matthews, Yasha Jackson, Audrey Grace Marshall, Deniz Akdeniz, David Iacono, Michiel Huisman, Michelle Gomez, Colin Woodell, Merle Dandridge, Nolan Gerard Funk, Sharon Stone, Alanna Ubach, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Santiago Cabrera, Cheryl Hines, Callie Hernandez, Jessie Ennis, Margaret Cho, Mae Martin, Joseph Julian Soria, Mo McRae, Jason Jones, Terry Serpico, Stephanie Koenig, Owen Asztalos, Brandon Morris, Bobby Leigh, Mary Ann Welshans, Ritchie Coster, Briana Cuoco, Alberto Frezza, Sherin Shetty, Bruce Baek, Isha Blaaker, Ann Magnuson, James Seol, Hannah Tinker, William DeMeritt, Tim Rogan, Bebe Neuwirth, Alyssa Cheatham, Samsara Leela Yett, Alberto Vazquez, Izabella Miko, Jason W. Wong, Angela Matemotja, Archie Kao, Cindy Cheung, Michael Bryan French, Anne O’Sullivan, Luke Gulbranson, MaryAnn Hu, Christina Shea-Wright, Gracie Lee, Elly Han, Gayle Samuels, Morgan Hallett, Carla Oudin, Shiloh Verrico, Shyaporn Theerakulstit, Rob Morean, Jo Yang, Grace Experience, Anita Zagaria, Soara-Joye Ross, Ann Harada, Jo D. Jonz, Jonas Cohen, Jennifer Betit Yen, Edan Heymann, Julia Harnett, Jake Faunce, Rob Leo Roy, Jared Reinfeldt, Rachel Paula Green, April Lavalle, Jason Furlani, Barbara Kingsley, Edward Mawere, Niceto Darcey Festin, Roberto De Felice, Kunanon Sirisuttivoranun, Adam Ratcliff, Jourdan Epstein, Mark Fichera, Dave Maulbeck, Kevin Zak, Joe Pallister, Florence Regina, Caitlin Cisco, Christian Felix, Matt W. Cody, Nunthunyamon Tontanaceschkul, Jason Nuzzo, Amelia Windom, Napath Ariyaratchatopas, Kresh Novakovic, Chanicha Shindejanichakul, Mary Jo Mecca, Nantawat Palakawongsna Ayudhya, Teresa Meza, Kumron Jivachat, Lawrence de Stefano, Ryan Scott Thomas, Peter Mele, Kayvon Esmaili, Arabella Grant, IIea Alfaro, Gabrielle Conforti, Anastasia Nguyen, Betsy Moore, Jonathan von Mering, Lon Gowan, Kuldip Korotana, Ken Holmes, Sam Kearns, Kadrolsha Ona Carole, Alexandra Lopez Galan, Roger Brenner, Christine McBurney Anthony Cipriani, Jerry Lobrow, Abraham Vasquez, Andreas Pliatsikas, Simonas Zmuidzinas, Josh Mowery, Zoe Sophia, Donny Burke, Mark Lehneman, Stacie Brown, Lavinia Postolache, Phillip-Charlie Daniell and Portia Harris.
Directors of “The Flight Attendant”
Silver Tree, Susanna Fogel, Marcos Siega, Jennifer Phang, Batan Silva, John Strickland, Tom Vaughan, Glen Winter and Pete Chatmon.
Producers of “The Flight Attendant”
Greg Berlanti, Kaley Cuoco, SUzanne McCormack, Sarah Schechter, Steve Yockey, Meredith Lavender, Marcie Ulin, SIlver Tree, Stephanie Johnson, Ticona S. Joy, Erika Kennair, Jennifer Lence, Jess Meyer, Bonnie Munoz, Daniele Nathanson, Carl Ogawa, Raymond Quinlan, Ian Weinreich, Matt Miller, Matthew Miller, Luca De Angelis, Arianna Dolini, Susanna Fogel, Michael Foley, Fred Turchetti, Natalie Chaidez and David Madden