The Flight Attendant – Season Two [2022]

The Flight Attendant - Season 2

After a stellar first season, The Flight Attendant tries to top itself and succeeds with what I can call an almost perfect second installment starring the amazing Kaley Cuoco.

While there’s some turbulence and issues as the show tries to expand its universe and find a new footing, the viewers are certainly in safe hands with Cuoco’s zestful turn and the writers’ knack for satisfying twists.

At its core, the second season is a great premise that expands the universe of Cucoco’s flight attendant character. This zesty screwball thriller zips along at supersonic speed. To be honest, I made the intentional decision to not binge watch the show. After binging the first season and falling in love, I wanted to treasure this one. And I was right! The first season was overstated, but this takes things to another level entirely.

Another week in Cassie’s (Kaley Cuoco) life! Someone is framing her for murder, or three. Frankly, I’m here to watch the ship go down in flames with popcorn and a Cassie-approved soda with lime, or not.

Honestly, as much as I loved the mystery and craziness of Cassie & Megan (Rosie Perez) lives after the events of the initial season, I’m here for two reasons:

  • Spy antics aside, Cassie’s Cuoco experiences real life character development in this season that could only be described as genius writing and treatment.
  • Annie’s (Zosia Mamet) & Max’s (Deniz Akdeniz) relationship. They’re too cute and precious and real friend. I hope to see more of them in the third season.

Finally, can we get Marco (Santiago Cabrera) back? As Max obviously says in multiple scenes, he’s great to look at ;).

The Flight Attendant – Season Two – Official Trailer
Should you watch it?

The story is streamlined to focus more on Cassie’s personal development while not deviating from what made the show special. Definitely worth it if you loved the first season.

Where can I watch it?

You can stream both seasons of The Flight Attendant exclusively on HBO Max in USA and Crave in Canada.