Here’s everything you need to know about The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7 before its premiere.
The Flight Attendant is a television series based on Chris Bohjalian’s novel of the same name. The story follows Cassandra “Cassie” Bowden, a flight attendant who wakes up at the wrong hotel, in the wrong bed, with a dead guy – and has no idea what occurred. Season two of “The Flight Attendant” doesn’t differ significantly from the first season.
As, Kaley Cuoco continues to be a good physical presence when the second season twists things, but never loses sight of the important fun component. It’s exciting to see the show return to dizzying heights, regardless of whether it lands smoothly again. It’s amusing, dark, and intriguing, and it’ll keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
Since the premiere of last week’s episode, fans have been speculating about possible plotlines. As the series draws to a close, the characters and story are lifting the stakes even higher than they were in the first season, which is thrilling to watch in a dark comedy mystery series. Fans will have a bittersweet feeling as the season approaches its conclusion with only one episode remaining.
If you’re one of the viewers that prefer to prepare ahead of time before the episode airs then we’ve got everything you need to know about the upcoming episode’s official release date, likely narrative, and cast, which will certainly prepare you before diving into the next episode. Continue reading to learn more about The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7.
The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 6 Release Date
The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7, Thrill Rides, is set to premiere on Thursday, May 19, 2022, at 12 a.m. PT / 3 a.m. ET. The episode is directed by Silver Tree and written by Jess Meyer. It is the seventh episode out of the eight-episode season, which will conclude on May 26, 2022.
Each episode has a runtime of 42-49 mins. Furthermore, as the season approaches its finale next week, the network has officially published the names of the last episode. Here’s the complete episode guide for you to understand the series’ schedule and plan ahead to watch the next episode.
- S2E1: “Seeing Double” – April 21, 2022
- S2E2: “Mushrooms, Tasers, and Bears, Oh My!” – April 21, 2022
- S2E3: “The Reykjavik Ice Sculpture Festival Is Lovely This Time of Year” – April 28, 2022
- S2E4: “Blue Sincerely Reunion” – April 28, 2022
- S2E5: “Drowning Women”– May 5, 2022
- S2E6: “Brothers & Sisters”– May 12, 2022
- S2E7: “Thrill Rides” – May 19, 2022
- S2E8: “Backwards and Forwards”– May 26, 2022
The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7 Promo
Take a look at the promo of The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7, Thrill Rides.
What to expect in The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7?
We must emphasize that it is now exceedingly difficult to predict events because little to no information regarding the next episode is released. Furthermore, there are no potential spoilers circulating on social media that could provide us with information regarding the plot.
As a result, viewers will only be able to interpret the plot when the episode airs. However, if you’re curious about the possibilities of the storyline for the next episode, we have listed down some of the crucial plotlines that may happen in the upcoming episode.
As we approach the finale, The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7 may finally pick up the pace. The show has diverged from the main plot for the past two episodes, focusing on Cassie’s journey. But it’s past time, as Cassie’s doppelganger is thought to be a CIA agent. Furthermore, North Koreans chasing Megan discovered Cassie at her mother’s residence. Annie and Max spent the previous episode of the show trying to solve the mystery of Esteban and Gabrielle. They discovered that they are always tracking Cassie. This information is being sent to North Koreans.
If your Saturday plans involve escaping from North Korean bounty hunters, don't forget to bring your fireworks! pic.twitter.com/H0YwSo8iVQ
— The Flight Attendant on HBO Max (@FlightAttendant) May 14, 2022
Even though Cassie and Davey were able to flee, they are still following her around the clock. On the other hand, Cassie’s doppelganger continues to frame her, making Jones, Benjamin’s officer, her next target as we approach the next episode. The episode title just like the other episodes most certainly alludes to a major plot point in the story. The viewers have not forgotten about Brenda as the blonde double. Moreover, it is speculated that Grace, Jenny, Dot, or even Benjamin might be in the run.
Apparently the grass IS greener, even in Oyster Bay, Long Island. pic.twitter.com/d27yf0LVbl
— The Flight Attendant on HBO Max (@FlightAttendant) May 15, 2022
As seen in the last episode is Benjamin as evil as he was portrayed? Or he’s on Cassie’s side. This is a question that needs to be addressed in the upcoming episode without causing any major plot holes. Many fans have also pointed out that Dot seems up to no good and many do not believe she is the Blonde Double. So, it has to be cleared in the coming episodes because there is no certainty when it comes to this show for keeping its viewers engaged with thrills and new twists which builds up the anticipation that has been successful in drawing the viewers to tune into every episode.
Where to watch The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7?
The Flight Attendant is an exclusive drama series made only for the HBO network. Hence, Season 2 and Season 1 of the series are now available to watch exclusively on HBO Max. So, if you don’t want to lose out on the series’ forthcoming episodes, we recommend that you renew your membership plans and begin streaming the series.
The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7 Cast
The main cast of the series includes:
- Kaley Cuoco as Cassandra “Cassie” Bowden
- Zosia Mamet as Annie Mouradian
- Deniz Akdeniz as Max
- Mo McRae as Benjamin Berry
- Callie Hernandez as Gabrielle Diaz
- Griffin Matthews as Shane Evans
- J.J. Soria as Esteban Diaz
- Rosie Perez as Megan Briscoe
The recurring cast of the series includes:
- Yasha Jackson as Jada Harris
- Audrey Grace Marshall as Young Cassie
- Cheryl Hines as Dot Karlson
- Jessie Ennis as Jenny
- Mae Martin as Grace St. James
- Margaret Cho as Utada
- Santiago Cabrera as Marco
- Shohreh Aghdashloo as Brenda
- Sharon Stone as Lisa Bowden
- Alanna Ubach as Carol Atkinson
The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 6: A Quick Recap
The episode is directed by Silver Tree and written by Ian Weinreich & Kristin Layne Tucker. The official synopsis of the episode states, “Cassie faces hard truths about her path to sobriety while visiting her mom as Megan attempts to reconnect with her family, who are reluctant to welcome her back.”
Take a look at the official promo below:
In the episode, Annie does not pass judgment after discovering a drunk/hungover Cassie. Instead, she requests that Cassie starts to tell the truth about her drinking. Cassie notices the man with the glass eye, Jim Jones, waiting close as she does so. Cassie informs Davey about her recent struggles as she is obliged to visit her father’s grave with him.
Meanwhile, Megan stalks Levi, her son. And it’s at this point that Megan discovers that Bill, her husband, and Levi’s father, lost his job and had to sell the house because Megan fled the government. Cassie pays a visit to her father’s grave and, while she blames him for her drinking, she also forgives him. Meanwhile, when Annie and Max have a private conversation, the blonde double sneaks into the house and plants “evidence”.
As the plot progresses we see that Dot berates Benjamin for not doing his job and suggests he seek counseling before reminding him to leave Cassie alone once more. After visiting their father’s grave, Davey dupes Cassie and their mother, Lisa, into meeting face to face. Despite Cassie’s silence, Lisa discloses that she had a break-in not long ago. As tensions rise, Lisa says she doesn’t believe Cassie and that she doesn’t have the emotional space for her.
Cassie apologizes for being a misbehaving daughter and for stealing money from her purse in exchange. Lisa, on the other hand, is enraged not because of what Cassie did as a child, and because of what Cassie did as an adult. Cassie also received a DUI and nearly set fire to the house. Lisa says that while she loves Cassie, she really doesn’t like her, which is a final blow for Cassie.
Returning to Megan, Levi confesses that the FBI has threatened him after reuniting her with Bill. Cassie realizes the break-in is linked to her as Lisa tears outside in her car. Dot then phones Cassie and claims to know that what she witnessed in Berlin is connected to the analyst in Los Angeles. Dot claims to have reservations about Benjamin and requests to meet Cassie in 30 minutes.
Cassie and Davey leave when they learn armed guys are observing them. Cassie and Davey are able to safely return to the jet thanks to the distraction. Cassie discovers on the plane, with the help of Davey, that the registration number belongs to a boat. The man with the glass eye is revealed to be Jim Jones. However, the episode concludes with him being shot in the eye by his blonde doppelganger.
Fans’ reactions to The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 6
Episode 6 of the flight attendant is giving me soooo many feels 😭 give Kaley Cuoco alllll the awards
— Joshua Colon (@joshuacolonn) May 15, 2022
Me when people ring the doorbell to sell their wares, and I’m trying to watch @FlightAttendant. pic.twitter.com/AtFMJbZuhs
— Tristan Lombard 🇺🇦 (@TristanLombard2) May 14, 2022
Sharon Stone just showed up on #TheFlightAttendant and reminded everyone that she’s still capable of some scorched earth shit. I mean…WOW.
— Daniel Harlow (@danielkharlow) May 13, 2022
The Flight Attendant Season 2 Trailer
The Flight Attendant Official Synopsis
The official synopsis of the show released by the HBO Max states, “Season two finds Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) living her best sober life in Los Angeles while moonlighting as a CIA asset in her spare time. But when an overseas assignment leads her to inadvertently witness a murder, she becomes entangled in another international intrigue.”
Season 2 is now available on HBO Max. Let us know what you think of the show so far in the comments while you wait for The Flight Attendant Season 2 Episode 7.