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Kaley Cuoco's New Flight Attendant Drama Heads to WarnerMedia

The Big Bang Theory star is ready to take flight

Amanda Bell

With The Big Bang Theory in the rear-view mirror, Kaley Cuoco is ready to take off to another new series.

Cuoco is set to star as the titular character in The Flight Attendant, an adaptation of Chris Bohjalian's best-selling 2018 novel about a woman named Cassandra Bowden who wakes up with a hangover and a dead body in her Dubai hotel bed and tries to piece together the mystery of the man's death.

Per TVLine, the series has now landed at WarnerMedia, an upcoming streaming service from Warner Bros. TV, the studio behind the hit CBS sitcom. In addition to starring in The Flight Attendant, Cuoco will serve as executive producer alongside Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and Steve Yockey.

In a statement, Cuoco said, "I love that Warner Bros. is my home away from home, and I couldn't be more excited to continue this incredibly collaborative and gratifying relationship. They're stuck with me now!"

Her pact with the studio also includes a new two-year deal for her production company, Yes Norman Productions, and a talent holding deal for Cuoco, meaning Warner Bros. TV is committed to developing new projects that could star the actress. Cuoco is already attached to voice the titular character in Warners' upcoming DC animated series Harley Quinn.

Both series come on the heels of Cuoco's long and successful run as Penny in CBS' The Big Bang Theory, which ran from 2007-19. The series is now available for streaming on CBS All Access.

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