A "Penny" for your thoughts on Kaley Cuoco's new show?
The Big Bang Theory actress is set to star in a new streaming service show called The Flight Attendant, according to Deadline. The show will be a thriller drama and will air on the new streaming platform from Big Bang's parent network, Warner Bros. TV Group. This will be Cuoco's first live-action show since Big Bang, and will debut sometime in 2020.
The show, which is based on the 2018 novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian, will also be executive produced by Cuoco and Greg Berlanti (Riverdale). It's about a flight attendant who wakes up hungover next to a dead body in a hotel room, and doesn’t know if she’s the killer...very Girl on the Train–esque, which means we're totally on board.
In an official statement, Cuoco expressed her excitement over the deal with Warner Bros., calling the network her "home away from home."
"I couldn’t be more excited to continue this incredibly collaborative and gratifying relationship. They’re stuck with me now!" Cuoco added.
Cuoco and husband Karl Cook celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary yesterday, and it seems now they have even more reason to celebrate.
Consider our DVRs ready (once we finish all the Big Bang episodes for a second time).