Kaley Cuoco Launches Production Company & Is Adapting Novel ‘The Flight Attendant’


Deadline reported, Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory) has launched her own production company called Yes, Norman Productions. 

Cuoco has an exclusive deal with Warner Bros. TV. The actress is under contract to develop original TV series for broadcast, and digital platforms. As of right now, the actress’s production company is planning to adapt novel The Flight Attendant for a limited series.

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Cuoco already has set her first project, The Flight Attendant, a limited series based on Chris Bohjalian’s upcoming novel, which she is slated to star in and executive produce.4“I read The Flight Attendant and was hooked immediately!,” Cuoco said. “Warner Bros. Television is my extended family and I’m so excited to work together and bring this amazing book to life with them.”Cuoco has optioned the rights to The Flight Attendant, to be published in March by Doubleday, which is described as a powerful story about the ways an entire life can change in one night: A flight attendant (played by Cuoco) wakes up in the wrong Dubai hotel room, in the wrong bed, with a dead man — and no idea what happened. It unveils a story of memory, the giddy pleasures of alcohol and the devastating consequences of addiction, and of murder far from home.

Toplining the long-form The Flight Attendant would not interfere with Cuoco’s duties on Big Bang, which is currently airing its eleventh season and remains the biggest comedy series on television. With the deal for Yes, Norman Productions, which Cuoco named after her dog, she joins her fellow Big Bang stars Jim Parsons and Johnny Galecki, who also have pod deals at WBTV stemming from their lead roles on the hit comedy, recently renewed by CBS for two more seasons.