[Warning: Major spoilers ahead]
HBO Max's limited series, The Flight Attendant, finally came to an end.
Based on the novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian, the show ended with Cassie's (Kaley Cuoco) face-off against the hitman, who surprisingly turned out to be her actor friend Buckley (Colin Woodell).
Luckily, Cassie’s friend Shane (Griffin Matthews) was a CIA operative who shot Buckley and saved Cassie's life. At the end of the series, he even offered Cassie the opportunity to be involved in the CIA as an operative for the organization.
Cassie's new career choice has fans questioning if there will be a Season 2 of the limited HBO Max series. Keep reading to find out more about The Flight Attendant's future.
Will there be a Season 2 of HBO Max's 'The Flight Attendant'?
Though many limited series wrap up loose ends at the conclusion, The Flight Attendant has left room for future storylines to be explored. And, that was intentional.
Executive producer Steve Yockey spoke with Decider about expanding The Flight Attendant for another season.
“Here’s what I’ll say: These eight episodes of television have a beginning, a middle, and an end that are very clear. Everyone gets to have a complete story. I think that’s important. In a season of television that’s important, but I thought it was important for this,” he said.
The producer continued, “Obviously Kaley and I had conversations. There are little breadcrumbs along the way that could be picked up and rolled right into a second adventure for Cassie or a further adventure for Cassie. That’s always out there."
Adding, “The things that we’ve discussed are kind of laced through it but in a way that no one’s going to be like, ‘What are all these unanswered questions?’ If we do get another adventure with The Flight Attendant, we’ll be able to use them so the story can feel like it grows out of this story, rather than hard cut, here’s a whole new thing.”
At this time HBO has not renewed the series for another season. But, there are a ton of storylines that writers can dive into in a second installment.
Megan (Rosie Perez) went off the grid in the season finale after stealing classified files from her husband and selling them to North Korean government operatives. Though Shane was trying to track her down, Megan successfully escaped to Italy.
And the spy was not the only person to escape in the finale. Miranda (Michelle Gomez) tried to fight Buckley but was left bleeding in the bathtub of her hotel room.
While fans of the book assumed she had died (in the novel she did), cops found no trace of the killer. Plus, while Cassie is grabbing coffee with her bestie Annie (Zosia Mamet), a woman in a purple coat slips a note from Miranda into Cassie's pocket.
Miranda's note stated, "Took the page and the money but you should have the book. See you soon.”
Overall, we're dying to know what transpires between these characters. Hopefully, the show is renewed for Season 2.