The Flight Attendant: Season 1

The Flight Attendant: Season 1

The Flight Attendant: Season 1

Cassie (The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco) is a first-class flight attendant and world-class party girl who meets a gorgeous passenger (Michiel Huisman, Game of Thrones) en route to Bangkok. After spending a luxurious night together, she wakes up in bed with the man dead next to her — and no idea what happened. Co-stars Rosie Perez, Michelle Gomez and Zosia Mamet. From HBO Max, based on the novel by Chris Bohjalian.

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Reviews & comments

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

press

An enormously run romp.

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Collider

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The Flight Attendant is a refreshing treat for mystery fans looking for a new twist on an established setup, and for people who just like fun television. Cuoco is irresistibly watchable.

Metro Magazine

Metro Magazine

press

It's funny, it's dark, it's frustrating - and it's just what we need to escape some the real-life drama going on right now.

IGN

IGN

press

Occasionally entertaining but largely predictable, the slickly-directed series manages to have some interesting moments thanks to its talented cast.

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

The Flight Attendant's glimpses into Cassie's deeper complexities are largely overshadowed by her frantic, increasingly silly efforts to find the mystery woman she met in Bangkok (Michelle Gomez) and piece together the events leading up to Alex's death.

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

press

As amusingly improbable and slick as the show is, The Flight Attendant digs deep when necessary. That comes through especially in how the story depicts Cassie’s relationship to drinking. ... It makes for a strong counterpoint to the somewhat ridiculous world of crime that she’s wandered into; the plot points don’t have to be believable if the character feels like a real person.

Variety

Variety

press

With slick directing from Susanna Fogel, a jazzy score from Blake Neely, and sporadic flashes to Cassie’s terrified subconscious, the show quickly becomes a surreal noir with a solid screwball performance at its center.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A fast-moving mystery anchored by Kaley Cuoco's versatile lead performance, The Flight Attendant is the TV equivalent of a beach read, pure and simple. Only what it accomplishes is actually not so simple...

TV Guide

TV Guide

press

If you're coming to The Flight Attendant to see the further adventures of Penny, you aren't going to get it. Instead, you'll find an energetic, dark comedy that doubles as a murder thriller. And through four episodes, it works.

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

press

An enormously run romp.

Collider

Collider

press

The Flight Attendant is a refreshing treat for mystery fans looking for a new twist on an established setup, and for people who just like fun television. Cuoco is irresistibly watchable.

Metro Magazine

Metro Magazine

press

It's funny, it's dark, it's frustrating - and it's just what we need to escape some the real-life drama going on right now.

IGN

IGN

press

Occasionally entertaining but largely predictable, the slickly-directed series manages to have some interesting moments thanks to its talented cast.

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

press

The Flight Attendant's glimpses into Cassie's deeper complexities are largely overshadowed by her frantic, increasingly silly efforts to find the mystery woman she met in Bangkok (Michelle Gomez) and piece together the events leading up to Alex's death.

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

press

As amusingly improbable and slick as the show is, The Flight Attendant digs deep when necessary. That comes through especially in how the story depicts Cassie’s relationship to drinking. ... It makes for a strong counterpoint to the somewhat ridiculous world of crime that she’s wandered into; the plot points don’t have to be believable if the character feels like a real person.

Variety

Variety

press

With slick directing from Susanna Fogel, a jazzy score from Blake Neely, and sporadic flashes to Cassie’s terrified subconscious, the show quickly becomes a surreal noir with a solid screwball performance at its center.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A fast-moving mystery anchored by Kaley Cuoco's versatile lead performance, The Flight Attendant is the TV equivalent of a beach read, pure and simple. Only what it accomplishes is actually not so simple...

TV Guide

TV Guide

press

If you're coming to The Flight Attendant to see the further adventures of Penny, you aren't going to get it. Instead, you'll find an energetic, dark comedy that doubles as a murder thriller. And through four episodes, it works.

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