The Flight Attendant Season 2: Will returned with its sequel on HBO Max

The Flight Attendant Season 2 Updates: The Flight Attendant will come with another season. This season will get air on HBO Max.

The Flight Attendant got the popularity since it had been debut on HBO Max and it had would become the number one series overall. So the production crew had decided to make another season of this show.

The second season of the show will feature Kaley Cuoco and he will take flight.

Renewal and Release Date: The Flight Attendant Season 2

HBO Max officially announced that The Flight Attendant will return with another season.  The cast and crew members of The Flight Attendant were shooting six episodes out of eight.

Due to the coronavirus Pandemic, the majority of the film had shut down and the production in March. So, the shooting of the film had been paused and it also takes time to release the show.

The Flight Attendant would air on 26th November on HBO Max with three episodes. On 3rd December and 10th December, the show would premiere another two new episodes. The finale would get air on HBO Max on 17th December.

The Cast: 

The Flight Attendant Season 2

Kayley Cuoco is the star of the show as well as the executive producer of the show. Well, the fans can expect the same stars from the previous season to the future season also.

In the first season of the show would get portrayed Rosie Perez as flight attendant Megan, Zosia Mamet as the lawyer Annie, T.R. Knight as Cassie’s brother Davey, Colin Woodell as Alex’s killer, psychopath Felix, Merle Dandridge as FBI Agent White who will get the feature in The Flight Attendant Season 2.

What can be the possible plot of Season 2?

The Flight Attendant of HBO Max is a dark comedy thriller. The series will follow the story of Cassie. Cassie is a cabin crew member and she has tried to piece together at that night of the events although she lost her memory. Cassie woke up in the wrong hotel in Dubai where she slept with a deadman.

According to the TV Line about the series that the series based on Chris Bohjalian’s New York Times bestseller novel of the same name.

The thriller showed Cassandra Cassie Bowden who was a flight attendant and also an alcoholic who found herself in the wrong hotel room in Dubai with a dead body behind her bed.

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