‘The Flight Attendant’ Showrunner Hints Potential Season 2 Storyline

Flight attendant at the end of the season Cassandra “Cassie” Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) finally saw the murder of a mystery. But the HBO series also left a few stories unexplored. According to the showrunner of the series, if season 2 of Flight attendant, he knows where the story should go.

[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers from the finale of The Flight Attendant.]

Kaley Cuoco in the flight attendant
Kaley Cuoco in ‘The Flight Attendant’ 1 | HBO Max

Cassie finally gets a break in the end

When the audience first met Cassie in the first scene of the series Flight attendant, she was the shell of a person who did not automatically reveal her destructive preferences. But after waking up next to the bloody date body of her passenger, Alex (Michiel Huisman), Cassie found herself stuck in her head, trying to piece together the events of the night.

But while chatting with Alex in the hotel room inside her psyche, Cassie also had to deal with her previous trauma. And as she tried to push them away, memories of drinking began with her father as a child.

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In the finals, not only did Miranda (Michelle Gomez) and Cassie get Alex ‘s secret account numbers back, they were also up against the real killer, Buckley, aka Felix (Colin Woodell). But along with resolving today’s chaos, Cassie was also able to deal with the past and get some rest.

In the final scenes, she meets Annie (Zosia Mamet) at dinner and reveals that she is going to Alcoholics Anonymous and is two weeks sober. Miranda leaves Cassie Alex’s book (excluding the account numbers) with a note saying she will see it soon.

The Flight Attendant has more to explore

Cassie may have found peace, but her best friend, Megan (Rosie Perez) is still on the run after secretly selling government secrets to North Korea. Shane (Griffin Matthews) reveals that he is a CIA undercover agent monitoring Megan. And he says the CIA is cracking Cassie into a human asset.

According to the series’ lead actor and executive producer, Kaley Cuoco, the show was written with a future story in mind. “I hope it doesn’t look too cocky, but we always had a vision for season 2,” she said. Weekly entertainment. “We’ve had a very clear path to what season 2 would look like, and we know what it’ll be like, and we hope to have the opportunity to do just that.”

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The presenter of ‘The Flight Attendant’ comments on where the season 2 story could go

Flight attendant presenter Steve Yockey is on board for a possible second season. And it prevented the Cassie story from continuing on more events.

“We always thought this would be a limited series, right?” Yockey said Collider. “So if we can get another one, that’s great. And I know Kaley is excited. I am excited about the idea [a Season 2], but I think… I think it would be like another adventure with Cassie ‘s connection. ”

Yockey also suggested that next season would likely not see Alex return as a game in Cassie’s psyche. “I think the mental space would look different in a second season,” he said. “It would be present because it’s part of our story, but I think it would be in a different format. ”

First full season of Flight attendant streaming on HBO Max.

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