A clip from Netflix’s The Cabin with Bert Kreischer went viral final week, exhibiting Kaley Cuoco wanting visibly uncomfortable whereas comic Ms. Pat picks aside The Huge Bang Concept. It’s a cathartic expertise for anybody who stays baffled by the biggest-show-on-TV success of the CBS sitcom (like this man), and to Cuoco’s credit score, she takes the criticisms in stride. She would possibly sink into her chair when Ms. Pat brings up her per-episode wage, however she’s not offended, or something. I’d say I’m a fan of Cuoco now, however I already was for her wonderful work on HBO Max’s Harley Quinn. You solely hear her voice within the animated sequence, however she’ll quickly turn out to be the face of the streaming service, too.
Based mostly on Chris Bohjalian’s novel of the identical identify, The Flight Attendant stars Cuoco as a, properly, flight attendant who has a romantic tryst with a passenger (Michiel Huisman, the second Daario on Recreation of Thrones), solely to “wake up in the wrong hotel, in the wrong bed, with a dead man – and no idea what happened,” in keeping with the official plot synopsis. The darkish comedy-thriller, which additionally stars Rosie Perez, Zosia Mamet, Michelle Gomez, and T.R. Knight, is govt produced by You co-creator Greg Berlanti, whereas the primary two episodes are directed by Booksmart author Susanna Fogel.
The primary three episodes of The Flight Attendant premiere on HBO Max on November 26, adopted by two episodes on December 3, two episodes on December 10, and the finale on December 17. In the meantime, Harley Quinn comes again not quickly sufficient, however not less than it’s coming again.