I will unfortunately never be able to watch The Flight Attendant because I find its leading lady one hundred percent unwatchable -- like I have to leave the room if she's on-screen -- but if you watched it and liked it I congratulate you. You're made of sturdier stuff than I. I had Michiel's character's fate spoiled for me early, which gave me my out, but I am curious now, with a show so supposedly twisty, if he got more work on the show than I'd anticipated? Any good, worthwhile Michiel content on the show? Somebody spoil me.
I wanna smurf Michiel Huisman's smurf pic.twitter.com/CI91cM6eNc— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) December 10, 2020
He is in EVERY episode. And the show is actually pretty good with quite a bit of (other) eye candy. I also think Kaley Cuoco feels different here than in role's past so you might want to give it a try?
Wholeheartedly agree as this series surpasses all my expectations, and, weirdly, Huisman's appearances prove more and more intriguing as Flight Attendant goes along.
I 100% agree with Ryan T. I am not a Kaley Cuoco fan, but I have to admit she showed a bit of a range this time around. I thoroughly enjoyed the show and I am definitely looking forward to season 2.
I agree with everyone here. It was surprisingly good.
Kaley Cuoco is great in this show. I have never watched TBBT, so I didn't have any preconceived ideas about her. Has she done anything else? She is charming, hilarious and heartbreaking in this role. Michiel Huisman, so hot, is completely wasted in this thankless role. I enjoyed the series...
I am telling EVERYONE to watch this amazing show. I was hesitant that the more sitcom flavor would overtake the Hitchcock elements but I found it was a great hybrid. Like others mentioned above, I didn't even know who Kaley Cuoco was but I really liked her in this. And nice to see the amazing Rosie Perez in peak form. Kudos to the costumers for dressing Huisman in some awesome outfits.
Echoing the others here. Really loved the show. I never watched big bang theory so I also didn't really know Cuoco's other work but thought she was flat-out fantastic on this show. I laughed when the other commenter said she showed "a bit of range." Um, she basically runs the full gamut, from farce to melodrama and everything in between.
I really like the Big Bang Theory, and I liked Cuoco on that show. However, TFA was hate watch for me. KC's character was extremely grating. I don't think one syllable that came out of her mouth was not a screeching whine. Combine that with a complete train wreck of a character, and you want to drink right along with her. And... that's a lot of drinking. A lot.
It's a great show. I never watched 'Big Bang' so I never actually saw Cuoco before. And the dude who plays Max is ridiculously hot. And Buckley, And of course Huisman. Plus Ann Magnuson is in it. And Rosie Perez!
Co-signing all of the above. Watch Flight Attendant.
Well, I'm in the minority here. Every time the heroine appeared I wanted to slap her. If it wasn't for the male eye candy, I wouldn't have made it past episode one. I found her completely unsympathetic. Her brother, however, was completely relatable. I also like her lawyer, although she was definitely from sitcom land. And her lawyer's boyfriend's first appearance was worth the watching. He is adorable with a great body. The killer was predictable once introduced but kept hidden until the last episode, even down to showing his feet and in shadow. But it was obvious who it was. In fact, much of the storyline was predictable, including our heroine's awakening in the last episode. Ugh. And what's with that secondary story of North Korean espionage? Every time they cut to that storyline I was taken from the story. Someone had to explain to me that it was a set-up for Season 2 which I will gladly forego.
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