Season 2 of the Flight Attendant is out now and the trailer has been released! The Flight Attendant Season 2 opens with the main character, Lisa, being interrogated for hours by the FBI. She tells them the harrowing story of the last few months, being the only survivor to the events on the abduction plane. Her testimony reveals the plans and motivations behind the attack but when she refuses to disclose some information, they send her back home – with a surveillance team following closely.
As both parties continue to dig into each other’s pasts. It becomes clear that what happened on the airplane was just one piece of a bigger plan. A plan that poses an imminent threat not only inside our borders but outside as well.
The Flight Attendant Season 2 Story Details
The Flight Attendant makes sure to give a full ending to Cassie’s arch in the finale, but it does hint at further adventures. Most notably, it’s revealed in the finale that Shane (Griffin Matthews) is a secret CIA operative posing as a flight attendant. He saves Cassie from Buckley and, later, tells her that she’s been offered a job as a CIA agent herself. A second season would almost certainly explore that avenue, in addition to Cassie’s struggles with sobriety.
The Flight Attendant season 2 could also examine the lives of the supporting characters who came in contact with Cassie. Annie (Zosia Mamet) proved to be popular as Cassie’s neurotic best friend. Her skills as a lawyer and relationship with Max (Deniz Akdeniz) could receive more focus. Miranda and Buckley both survived the hectic finale, which leaves them open for a return.
Enrico (Alberto Frezza), Cassie’s friend in Rome, likewise lived to see another day. He could be back as a recurring character. A separate approach would be to make Megan the main character in season 2. After unknowingly giving highly sensitive information to the North Korean government, Megan is last seen on the run by authorities.
On a more personal level, away from conspiracies and secret CIA work, The Flight Attendant season 2 could delve deeper into Cassie’s fraught family history. That includes an abusive father and an uneasy relationship with older brother Davey. The adaptation spent a lot of time exploring Cassie’s difficult childhood, which would be worth revisiting.