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The Flight Attendant will not ready itself for another takeoff: TVLine has learned that the acclaimed, Kaley Cuoco -led dramedic thriller is ending after two seasons on Max .
Co-showrunner Steve Yockey added a statement as well: “ The Flight Attendant was a true passion project and the reception from viewers and critics alike was pretty stunning. Our unorthodox spectacle of a show really found people. As we all move on to new projects, those two seasons of television and the incredible team of professionals behind them will always stay at the top of my list.” Related Stories TVLine Items: Clone High Season 2 Date, La Brea Star’s New Series and More Schmigadoon! Cancelled After Two Seasons at Apple TV+ — Read Statement
The Flight Attendant’ s freshman run spanned late November and December of 2020, and amassed nine total Emmy Award nominations — including nods for Outstanding Comedy Series, lead actress Cuoco (her first Emmy nom ever) and supporting actress Rosie Perez; it wound up grabbing gold for Original Main Title Theme Music. TVLine readers gave Season 1 an average grade of “A.”
Season 2 premiered in April 2022 and wrapped up on May 26, with no real teaser for any Season 3 (whereas Season 1 hinted at Cassie’s future as a CIA asset, and new twists in Megan’s arc). TVLine readers gave the season an average grade of “B+.”
Explaining Season 2’s lack of any cliffhanger, Yockey told our sister site THR , “Some shows have the luxury of knowing when they’re coming back, and so they can cliffhang and leave crazy things. With us, it’s a case-by-case, so we’ll see.”
Following the Season 2 finale, Cuoco — who also stars in Peacock’s Based on a True Story and voices Max’s Harley Quinn — shared that she didn’t expect The Flight Attendant to return : “We did two — we should probably be done… I think for me, at this moment, the plane has landed.” But she didn’t rule out another season at a later date: “Some of my favorite shows on TV take some time to come back, and then I get very excited about a new season… It’s going to take a lot of thought to make sure if we go back that it’s better than the last two, which is very hard to do.”
Max, meanwhile, has been on a cancellation spree in recent weeks, dropping the axe on pirate comedy Our Flag Means Death , the Julia Child biopic series Julia and the Issa Rae-produced Rap Sh!t , all in the past month.
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A little sad because I was invested in Cassie’s character journey, but I figured given how long it’s been since S2 aired. Enjoyed the series while it was on.
So what DOES Max have now?
Hacks, Sex Lives of College Girls, and Righteous Gemstones
The excellent ‘Somebody Somewhere’.
Can you really count any HBO shows as being Max shows? Sure, they are available on Max but you can say the same of NBC shows on Peacock, ABC on Hulu, and CBS (and, depending upon the package, Showtime) on P+. They certainly aren’t original Max programming.
They are working on Harry Potter reboot and tbbt spin off, plus they brought over all the star trek movies from paramount so paramount canr be exclusive home of trek
And yet another Max series that won’t see a Season 3. You don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to see the pattern here.
With all the cost cutting going on at Warner Bros I think if you don’t hear anything about a renewal within a few months of a shows finale it’s done. Networks in particular enter talks about renewal before in a finale even airs(especially for owned shows). Third party ones may take a little longer. Point really is that it won’t take over a year if there’s demand from all involved to come back for another season. There are of course some exceptions but for most shows it’s the same.
this is pretty great news. Always though the show should’ve ended with Season 1. It was perfect. While it was great to figure out Megan’s story… Season 2 was weak, and season 3 was going to be even weaker. When the source material no longer exists it just doesn’t hold together.
Gotta say… mad respect to the show runners for always closing out the series each season and not latching on to gimmicky cliffhangers that leave viewers stranded half the time. As it should be when you don’t have a renewal.
At this rate they’re going I’m expecting HBO Max to start trying to announce they’re cancelling shows that aren’t on their streaming service.
I picture the Max offices like this:
Secretary: Mr. Zaslav, here’s…
David Zaslav: CANCEL IT!
Secretary: But Mr. Zaslav, it’s just…
David Zaslav: CANCEL IT! CANCEL IT! CANCEL IT!!!!!
Secretary: It’s just that they delivered your lunch.
David Zaslav: CANCEL I— wait, what?
I’m surprised they even bothered with a formal statement to be honest, it was pretty clear after S2 that the story was done, at least for now and Cuoco said as much at the time. S2 wasn’t bad, but nowhere near the level of S1 and it felt like a few of the storylines were added on just to eke out the runtime.
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Sundance: steven soderbergh reveals the auteur rule he broke to make ghost story ‘presence’.
Soderbergh screened his latest feature in Park City some 35 years after the debut of 'Sex, Lies and Videotape.'
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Steven Soderbergh was convinced that films shot with a first person point-of-view simply would never work. That is, until he made one.
The veteran filmmaker arrived in Park City for the 40th Sundance Film Festival this weekend to show off the results, a spooky ghost story titled Presence shot entirely from the ghost’s perspective. During the post-premiere Q&A, he explained why he backtracked on his edict.
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When he landed on the decision, “it was really fun because there was no other plan, no other plan. That’s it. Live or die with that.”
The film stars Lucy Liu, Chris Sullivan, Callina Liang, Eddy Maday, West Mulholland and Julia Fox, all of whom were on hand at the screening. The plot follows a family who moves into a new home only to recognize an unsettling presence in the house. The story was filmed from the POV of the ghost, with the camera moving throughout the house as the apparition.
Soderbergh wore martial arts slippers while sliding around the house “as a ghost” to make as little noise as possible while manning the camera (using at14 mm lens). He said his favorite part of the filmmaking process is the editing, and there were gasps of surprise when Soderbergh revealed that it was a three-week shoot.
His cast was certainly impressed with what he put together. The Sundance screening marked the first time they’d seen the film, and when asked for their reviews, Liu said, “My body is having a reaction like I wasn’t in the movie.” Added Fox, to big laughs: “I’m traumatized. I hadn’t even read the script, I am gonna be honest. But when Steven calls, I trust him.”
Later, Liu explained that Soderbergh “really didn’t give us notes” beyond geographical moments. “There was no extraneous direction,” she said. “Theater was my first love in that way, and it was like going back to that time again.” Sullivan, who plays her husband, agreed. “No one has ever shot a movie like this before,” the actor said of the shoot, which took place on location in a home in New Jersey. “It was Steven running up and down the stairs in martial arts slippers trying not to make any noise.”
The film also marked yet another collaboration between Soderbergh and screenwriter David Koepp, both of whom were in Park City in 1989, Soderbergh with his career-catapulting Sex, Lies and Videotape and Koepp with Apartment Zero . (One audience member was overheard saying, “Steven Soderbergh at The Library? What year is this? How cool!”)
Koepp detailed the origins of Presence by saying that the two of them were throwing around ideas when Soderbergh suggested that he defy everything he’d ever said and do this project only from the ghost point of view. “He wrote a few pages and said, ‘Here it might look like that.’ I was in right away. I love confinement. I love when a story takes place in one place or a short period of time, or you set up arbitrary rules for yourself that confine you. In that, I feel like you can actually be a lot more creative than having the whole world as your option.”
The other suggestion Soderbergh offered about the family living in the house is that “they’re really fucked up,” to which Koepp replied, “Oh, that sounds interesting … so that was my guidance. It was like: Point of view of the ghost, I’m in this house, this family’s really fucked up, and I went from there.”
With that, Soderbergh replied, “It’s great. Now, if it could all end right now.” And it did.
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Dakota Johnson Says It Was ‘Absolutely Psychotic’ to Work with a Blue Screen for ‘Madame Web’
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Dakota Johnson was skeptical about becoming a superhero, in part due to the “psychotic” element of acting against a blue screen for CGI effects.
Johnson leads Sony’s upcoming “ Madame Web ” as the title character AKA Cassandra Webb who starts getting visions of the future after a near-death experience. The trailer went viral , with Johnson recently telling Entertainment Weekly that the process of starring in the Sony (in association with Marvel) film based on the comic book series was a career first for her.
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Director SJ Clarkson reached out to Johnson to lead the film shortly after the actress appeared in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut “The Lost Daughter.” Johnson admitted that she was hesitant to sign on to play a superhero, but the relatability of character Cassandra grounded the role compared to other superhero movie characters.
“I got sent this script, and I was like, ‘I don’t know about me being a superhero,'” the “Fifty Shades of Grey” alum said, adding of her character, “I was sort of mystified by her powers. I felt like, ‘Oh, I really would love to see that superhero. I would love to see a young woman whose superpower is her mind.'”
Johnson continued, “It was really important to me that she’s really human and grounded in reality , and that her life feels like, ‘Oh, I can relate to that.’ Sometimes it’s hard to relate to someone shooting lasers out of their eyes .”
The actress added that the stunt work also opened up a new possible career path for her of action movies.
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