Kaley Cuoco Takes Off Again in ‘The Flight Attendant’ Season 2 Trailer

Prepare for turbulence: the first look at the new season of HBO Max’s “The Flight Attendant” is here.

The trailer gives us a glimpse of what might be in store for Season 2 of the twisty mystery series, which picks up a year after the events of last season’s finale. Cassie (played by Kaley Cuoco, who also produces the series) attempts to move on and unpack the trauma behind her notoriously poor decision-making.

“Hi, my name is Cassie and I’m an alcoholic. So most of you know my story by now, but I’m still a flight attendant and I’ve made better choices,” she told an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the start of the year. trailer. “I kind of feel like I’m becoming this whole new person.”

Cassie may still be throwing cocktails into the sky, but she also has a parallel fuss with the CIA – which, of course, invites a lot of chaos and danger into her life, including knife fights, espionage and explosions.

“It feels like living in a John le Carré spy novel,” her worried friend Annie (Zosia Mamet) tells her in the clip. “What are you involved in? »

The first season of “The Flight Attendant” was an unexpected hit for HBO Max, earning Cuoco his first Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations.

Sharon Stone is set to appear in a handful of episodes as “Cassie’s estranged mother who would rather stay separated,” according to an HBO Max press release.

“In Season 1, we very intentionally had the mom in a few flashbacks, but very peripheral,” showrunner Steve Yockey told Entertainment Weekly. “We’re definitely explaining why it was, and certainly giving voice to the frustration and grief that comes with being a family member of someone who uses drugs.”

Newcomers Mo McRae, Callie Hernandez and JJ Soria will also appear on the show, and Griffin Matthews, Deniz Akdeniz, Rosie Perez and TR Knight are set to return.

The first two episodes of “The Flight Attendant” Season 2 land on HBO Max on April 21, with one episode per week until its May 26 finale.

Watch the trailer below.




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