Kaley Cuoco thinks the fan-favorite character Alex Sokolov won’t be returning in The Flight Attendant season 2.
For The Flight Attendant season 2, Kaley Cuoco has dismissed the possibility of a return of a significant character.
Michiel Huisman‘s character, Alex Sokolov, is not likely to be reprised, according to The Big Bang Theory actress, who also serves as the executive producer, in addition to leading the series as Cassie Bowden.
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Kaley told Entertainment Weekly she does not see the character returning when the second season of The Flight Attendant premieres, which isn’t entirely shocking given Alex’s death.
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Despite the fact that Huisman’s character was murdered in the inaugural episode of the drama, he frequently surfaced as a product of Cassie’s consciousness as she struggled to come to grips with the fact that she was one of the major suspects in his murder.
Cassie’s subconscious, on the other hand, will return, so it’s not fully over.
Cassie is going to have to face some of her own demons in the mind palace, especially now trying to stay sober.
After the supposed limited HBO Max series was renewed for season 2, it was revealed that both the showrunners Meredith Lavender and Marcie Ulin would be departing the series.
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In their place, Queen of the South executive producer Natalie Chaidez will join screenwriter Steve Yockey as the program’s new co-showrunner.
The Flight Attendant season 2 on HBO Max is yet to receive a release date.
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