The first season of The Flight Attendant has just come to an end on HBO and, although the ordeal starring Kaley Cuoco as Cassie Bowen – a flight attendant who wakes up next to a corpse in a hotel room – is resolved, it True, the team appears to be more than willing to move on to a second season if HBO decides to go ahead with the thriller.

Who killed Alex Sokolov (played by Game of Thrones actor Michiel Huisman ) was the main mystery of the series and, although the last episode, ‘Arrivals & Departures’ (1×08) has dared to solve it, the truth is that the Doors are left open for some completely new ideas outside the book on which the fiction is based that are already beginning to be shuffled by series creator Steve Yockey. Also, the ‘twist’ of the ending introduced regarding the novel, in which the murderer as such is a different person, lends itself to it completely.

So who killed Alex then? It turns out that Miranda is not responsible for Alex’s death or the other deaths that occurred to cover up the crime, no. The reality is that who is behind everything is Buckley ( Colin Woodell ), the ex-lover of Cassie (Cuoco).

Even with the story closed, Yockey believes that season 2 of The Flight Attendant is possible and even anticipates some clues of what is currently going through his mind.

“I think in the case that there is a second season, there is a lot of potentials there to have fun with that Cassie and Shane thread, but we are in the first conversations of how it could be,” he explains. “Everyone is excited about how well received the series has been, but we also have to sit down and do a series with a beginning, a middle, and an ending.”

Also, this week, in an interview on Watch What Happens Life, Kaley Cuoco -also the producer of the project- revealed that she would not mind developing the story further: “I hope so. It was supposed to be a miniseries, but we would love to do a second one. season”.