Review: The Flight Attendant : Pop Culture Happy Hour A woman wakes up after a night of partying and realizes something is very, very wrong. That's the premise of the HBO Max series The Flight Attendant. It's a taut, darkly funny thriller starring Kaley Cuoco as a woman in search of some answers about the present that also might shed light on the past.

Buckle Up: 'The Flight Attendant' Is A Comedy-Thriller Worth Binging

Buckle Up: 'The Flight Attendant' Is A Comedy-Thriller Worth Binging

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Kaley Cuoco stars as the sometimes messy, always entertaining lead in The Flight Attendant. Phil Caruso/HBO Max hide caption

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Kaley Cuoco stars as the sometimes messy, always entertaining lead in The Flight Attendant.

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A woman wakes up after a night of partying and realizes something is very, very wrong. That's the premise of the HBO Max series The Flight Attendant. It's a taut, darkly funny thriller starring Kaley Cuoco as a woman in search of some answers about the present that also might shed light on the past.

The audio was produced by Will Jarvis and edited by Jessica Reedy.