Attention crew: Darker, sinister, funnier. The Flight Attendant season 2 promises the right dose of mystery, murder, and magnificent viewing. Here are the reasons you should be watching.
1. Kaley Cuoco's character development
Kaley Cuoco does absolute justice to this role. Her character Cassie has a dark yet quirky charisma that fuels our laughter. In season 2 we meet a maturer Cassie who wants to keep up with her sobriety and start a normal life; but as we can guess, that does not go as planned.
2. The storyline
This dark comedy has a storyline filled with brilliant eerie plots. In season 2 Cassie has darker, crazier hallucinations and is wrapped up in a murder mystery. To add to the twist, she’s convinced someone is pretending to be her!
3. The special effects
The show is known for its bizarre and somewhat scary special effects and season 2 does not disappoint. There are more interesting special effects that will get your mind racing and have you questioning things. There are also cleverly filmed scenes where Cuoco plays multiple versions of herself! We’ve said too much…
4. The humour
The lines are unforgettable, the jokes are juicier. Cassie finds herself in some rather funny and strange predicaments that will give you quite a laugh.
5. The new characters
The incredible Sharon Stone joins the cast as Cassie’s mother Lisa Bowden. Santiago Cabrera, who appeared in Big Little Lies, stars as Marco, Cassie’s boyfriend ... ooh, looks like new love is on the cards. Cheryl Hines, a familiar face from Curb Your Enthusiasm, stars as Dot Carlson, the CIA’s stern regional manager.
Buckle up and get ready for The Flight Attendant season 2. Landing on Me, channel 115 on 6 March.
Watch the trailer for The Flight Attendant season 2 here: