The Flight Attendant star Kaley Cuoco shares a devastating update on the future beyond season two

After two seasons, the Flight Attendant appears to had grounded – maybe for good. Kaley Cuoco, the series’ star, has indicated that she believes the chances of getting the smash-hit HBO Max comedy-drama – which aired its season two finale in the US this week – to the UK are minimal. “We did two, we should probably be done,” the 36-year-old actress admitted to People.

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She went on to say: “This season, we’ve accomplished so much. We’ve done so much plot in just eight episodes that I’m thinking, ‘Well, what might we do next?’ So it’ll require a lot of consideration to make sure that if we go back, it’s better than the prior two, which is quite difficult to achieve.”

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She did say, though, that she and the other Emmy-nominated series’ creators could be persuaded otherwise. “I believe that concept has outnumbered me,” she replied. “There is definite enthusiasm for a third season. I believe the plane has arrived for me at this time.”

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Kaley had stated that she does not believe the show had renewed for a third season.


The actress went on to say that if the program gets a third season. She doesn’t think it will be for a long time. “Some of my favorite TV shows take a while to return. And when they do, I become enthusiastic about a new season. I want to make sure that fans are enthusiastic. And that we aren’t overworking them.”

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She went on to say: “I think the authors and team did an excellent job of tying everything up in a tidy bow. It would be fine if you had to open the bow.” Kaley has stated that she does not believe the show will be renewed for a third season. The actress went on to say that if the program gets a third season, she doesn’t think it will be for a long time. “Some of my favorite TV shows take a while to return. And when they do, I become enthusiastic about a new season. I want to make sure that the fans are enthusiastic. That we aren’t overworking them.” She went on to say: “I think the authors and team did an excellent job of tying everything up in a tidy bow. It would be fine if you had to open the bow.”

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