‘The Flight Attendant’: Cale Kuoco doubles in Trippy Season 2 trailer

By Filiana NG, ETOnline.com.

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The “flight attendant” is back and Casey is watching. Double?

In the much-anticipated second season of the HBO Max thriller, Casey Bowden (Callie Cucoco) is living her best quiet life in Los Angeles while seeing the moonlight as a CIA asset in her spare time. But when a foreign assignment inadvertently leads him to witness a murder, he gets involved in another international conspiracy. Featuring locations in Los Angeles, Berlin and Reykjavভk, Sophomore’s installment throws Cassie into unfamiliar territory because he believes someone else is trying. Stay His

The two-minute trailer that was dropped on Monday reveals that Casey is seeing his literal twins. But it is unclear whether he remembers everything. Either way, Casey is there for an equal Wild Riding “What’s up?” Casey says when he first confronted himself.

“Oh, who are you?” He asks himself

“I’m you, you fool! If you like better,” replied another Cassie – waving a huge diamond sparkler in her ring finger – smiling.

And the road to calm, as Casey has learned, is not as simple as he thought. Not only that, he discovers that Megan (Rosie Perez) is fleeing the North Koreans after giving him a grant in her head. And She has an unexpected family reunion with her estranged mother. Also, he became clear in his inner circle about being a CIA asset. Yes, there is a lot to unpack.

But, as Casey warns, even though he seems to be up and up, it’s just a mask. “I’m a small accident away from a complete collapse.”

Josiah Mamet, Griffin Mathews, Deniz Aqdeniz and Rosie Perez, as well as TR Knight, Yasha Jackson and Audrey Grace Marshall are returning with Cucoco for Season 2. This season the new series introduces regulars Mo McRae, Callie Hernandez and JJ Soria, as well as recurring cast members Alana Ubach, Cheryl Hines, Jesse Ennis, May Martin, Margaret Cho, Santiago Cabrera, Sharon Stone and Shohre Aghdashlu.

“The Flight Attendant” returns with the first two episodes on HBO Max on Thursday, April 21. Subsequent episodes drop weekly.

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