After the hit sitcom Big Bang Theory ended its historic twelve season run, star Kaley Cuoco was able to be quite picky about her next major project. She signed a creative deal with Warner Brothers, and the first of those projects, The Flight Attendant, is set to premiere on the upcoming HBO Max streaming service.
According to Variety,, The Flight Attendant is “the terrifying story of a flight attendant (Cuoco) who wakes up in the wrong hotel, in the wrong bed, with a dead man and no idea what happened.”
Cuoco isn’t the only appealing talent behind the project. Susanna Fogel, who directed The Spy Who Dumped Me and cowrote Booksmart, has been tapped to direct and executively produce the first two episodes. Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and Suzanne McCormack are all executively producing.
This is just the latest announcement about content coming from the upcoming HBO Max. Will you be making room for another streaming service? With an increasingly crowded market, each new platform is going to have to bring something new and creative to the table.