The HBO Max dark comedy series The Flight Attendant is back for a second season following Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco),

who thinks she has her life more together than ever, only to end up

witnessing a murder that may have been committed by someone impersonating her.

And while that may sound crazy, it’s all in a day’s workAnd while that may sound crazy, it’s all in a day’s work when you’re a flight attendant

who works as a civilian asset for the CIA. During this 1-on-1 interview with Collider,

which you can both watch and read, Cuoco (who’s also an executive producer on the series) talked about how

The Flight Attendant started as a risk she wasn’t sure she’d be able to pull off,

how much the success and positive response means to her, being terrified of living up to expectations for Season 2,

how much she loves the way it ends, the challenges of playing so many versions of Cassie, how her sister,

Briana Cuoco, ended up on the show, and whether she’s even considered a third season.

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