Kaley Cuoco is wrapping up filming for The Flight Attendant season 2 and she’s commemorating the exciting milestone with never-before-seen photos.
On February 3, The Big Bang Theory alum shared 30 pictures on Instagram from the set of the hit HBO Max drama featuring her fellow cast members. Kaley spread out the heartwarming black-and-white snaps in three different Instagram posts and added sweet notes in the captions.
“Just a few more days left on this season 2 flight ✈️!” she wrote for the first Instagram photo collection. “These are just a few humans who have made it so special, and I will miss them with my whole 💙 @flightattendantonmax.”
The 36-year-old actress continued: “Expect more photo dumps comin at you! Bittersweet ending season 2. So proud of what we did! @flightattendantonmax ✈️ couldn’t have done it without this team 💫.”
The Flight Attendant crew was quick to celebrate the accomplishment with Kaley, who is not only the star of the show but also an executive producer. Costar Mo McRae, who plays newcomer Benjamin Berry, commented: “Thank you for keeping it so d– fun every day!” Griffin Matthews, who portrays Shane Evans, wrote: “WERK WIFE I LOVE YOU. 💍.” Merle Dandridge, who played Kim Hammond in season 1, added: “👏👏👏.”
Fans joined in on the festivities and expressed their excitement for the upcoming season. One fan commented: “Season 1 was amazing 🥰 One of my favorite shows!!” Another wrote: “Saw season one in one night this past Saturday! Kaley, you and the cast were AMAZING!!!!”
However, some fans are curious about whether or not the second installment will be the last for the HBO Max series. One fan commented: ” Wait… do you mean it’s only 2 seasons or that they won’t be back??”
As folks may know, The Flight Attendant was initially intended to be a limited series. But due to its instant popularity, the show was renewed for a second season. Hopefully, this upcoming season of The Flight Attendant won’t be its last. The streaming service has yet to announce an official release date and we’re crossing our fingers that it might return later this spring.
In the meantime, we’ll just be over here scrolling through these pics!