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An interview with Kaley Cuoco was published by the Associated Press recently, and you can check out an excerpt here:

“The Flight Attendant” is a dark thriller with comedic overtones, letting Cuoco employ the love of laughter she honed for 12 seasons on the CBS comedy. Cuoco said she won a bidding war for the rights to the novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian.

She stars as Cassie Bowden, a flight attendant who wakes up in the wrong hotel in the wrong bed with a dead man, and has no idea what happened.

“It’s kind of an actor’s dream to play someone like her,” Cuoco said on a video conference Wednesday. “She’s got a roller coaster of issues but a heart of gold. She’s strong.”

Cuoco serves for the first time as an executive producer on the limited series set to air this fall on new streaming service HBO Max.

“It’s been total career-changing for me just to see it from the beginning and kind of go with my gut on things and make my own decisions,” she said.

The series had filmed five of its eight episodes before production was shut down in early March due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Production is set to resume late this month in New York, with social distancing, rewrites to certain aspects of the script and daily COVID-19 testing for actors working closely together.

Read the full interview at APnews.com


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