Kaley Cuoco's The Flight Attendant casts Euphoria's Alanna Ubach in season 2

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The Flight Attendant has announced another new recurring guest star for its second season, and this time its Euphoria and Bombshell star Alanna Ubach.

The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco's mystery thriller has been teasing series two for weeks with new castings and behind the scenes photos.

Ubach, known for roles in Coco, Legally Blonde and Meet the Fockers, is the latest in an impressive roster of new recurring guest stars. She will portray Carol Atkinson, known as Black Market Carol, a fellow flight attendant who doesn't like Cassie (via Deadline).

Photo credit: Frazer Harrison - Getty Images
Photo credit: Frazer Harrison - Getty Images

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Others include Feel Good star Mae Martin, Curb Your Enthusiasm's Cheryl Hines, 30 Rock's Margaret Cho, Better Call Saul's Jessie Ennis, Star Trek: Picard's Santiago Cabrera and 24's Shohreh Aghdashloo.

The show is also bringing back recurring guest stars from the first season TR Knight (Grey's Anatomy), Yasha Jackson (Black Mirror) and Audrey Grace Marshall (Small Time).

The popular HBO show is an adaptation of Chris Bohjalian's 2018 novel, following an alcoholic flight attendant who gets tied up in a murder plot when she wakes up next to a dead man after a night of drinking.

Season two will pick up with flight attendant Cassie as she lives her new sober life in California, serving as a CIA asset in her free time. But of course, she gets sucked into another mystery…

Photo credit: HBO
Photo credit: HBO

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Despite her character's newfound sobriety, Cuoco has teased that the new season will still have alcohol driving the narrative. "She's going to learn really fast that this is a life-long issue that will not be cured for her overnight," Kaley explained.

The first series was widely well-received, earning two Golden Globe nominations, five Primetime Emmy nominations and two Screen Actors Guild Award nominations.

The Flight Attendant, based on the book of the same name by Chris Bohjalian, airs on Sky and NOW in the UK and HBO Max in the US.

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