Kaley Cuoco has offered an update on her upcoming television series The Flight Attendant.
The actor, who has been busy voicing the titular anti-hero in DC animated show Harley Quinn since The Big Bang Theory concluded its 12 season run last year, took to Instagram on Tuesday, July 21 for another instalment of her vlog Cup of Cuoco.
“It looks like our show, The Flight Attendant, might be one of the first ones back into production to finish,” she began, referencing the coronavirus-related shutdowns that have been affecting the entertainment industry since March.
“I’m being told… Obviously, everything I say is not confirmed, but possibly end of August into September.”
“It’s gonna look very different than it did when I was last there, but I’m ready,” she continued. “We only have three [episodes] left [to shoot]. I would really like to finish the season and if we can actually get this thing done, then we can air it this year, which would be unbelievable.”
Based on the 2018 novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian, The Flight Attendant follows cabin crew employee Cassandra Bowden (Cuoco) after she wakes up next to a dead body in a hotel in Dubai – and due to the night prior being one of heavy-drinking, she can’t recall what happened.
Once back in New York, Cassandra is confronted by FBI agents who question her recent layover. Will she able to piece together the truth in time? What’s worse is the thought of what she might find if she does.
Back in December 2019, Cuoco opened up about how she’d “never worked” like she had been working on The Flight Attendant before.
“I love it, I actually love it. I’m up first thing in the morning, I’m the last person on set,” she told her followers. “Well I’m not… the crew is, the amazing crew. I’m usually the last actor and I honestly love it.