“The Flight Attendant” Takes Its Final Landing After Two Thrilling Seasons

Los Angeles, California – “The Flight Attendant” will not be returning for a third season, bringing the show to an end after two seasons on Max. The decision comes after star and executive producer Kaley Cuoco stated that the “plane had landed” following the conclusion of the second season. Cuoco’s character, an alcoholic flight attendant named Cassie Bowden, found herself embroiled in an espionage plot in the first season after an affair with a first-class passenger who was later murdered.

In the second season, Cassie had a fresh start in Los Angeles, where she was sober and working as a CIA asset. However, she becomes entangled in another international intrigue when she inadvertently witnesses a murder during an overseas assignment. “The Flight Attendant” is based on the novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian and also features Zosia Mamet, Griffin Matthews, Deniz Akdeniz, and Rosie Perez.

Steve Yockey, the showrunner, developed the series alongside co-showrunner and executive producer Natalie Chaidez. The executive producing team includes Greg Berlanti, Kaley Cuoco, Sarah Schechter, David Madden, Suzanne McCormack, and Silver Tree. The series is a collaboration between Warner Bros. Television, Cuoco’s Yes, Norman Productions, and Berlanti Productions.

Cuoco expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to play the character of Cassie, stating that she always envisioned “The Flight Attendant” as a limited series. Yockey also shared his appreciation for the positive reception of the show, calling it a passion project that resonated with viewers and critics.

As the show concludes, Cuoco reflects on the journey from an attention-grabbing book cover to a thrilling series. Though the story of Cassie Bowden has come to an end, it will remain a memorable achievement for the creative team involved in bringing this unique series to life.