Welcome to Kaley Cuoco Web your daily dose dedicated to our favorite girl next door! Kaley is best known as Penny on the TV hit and award-winning show The Big Bang Theory and as Bridget on the sitcom 8 Simple Rules. Kaley can now be seen as Cassie in The Flight Attendant on HBO Max and as the voice of Harley Quinn in the animated series. Kaley will next be seen in the films Meet Cute and The Man From Toronto in 2022. Our goal is to bring you the latest news stories, images, media clips, and more; we hope you enjoy your visit and please come back to www.kaley-cuoco.com soon!

Kaley Cuoco, a two-time Emmy nominee for The Flight Attendant, has been tapped for a lead in Peacock’s dark comedic thriller Based On a True Story, from Emmy-nominated The Boys executive producer Craig Rosenberg, Ozark star/executive producer Jason Bateman and his Aggregate Films and UCP.

I hear Cuoco has a two-season deal for Based On a True Story. There has been no Season 3 pickup for The Flight Attendant yet as creator Steve Yockey is bouncing around potential ideas but it appears likely; Cuoco’s Based On a True Story deal allows her to return to the HBO Max hit if the right premise comes along.

Written by Rosenberg Inspired by a bizarre true event, Based On a True Story is about a realtor, a plumber and a former tennis star whose lives unexpectedly collide, exposing America’s obsession with true crime, murder and the slow close toilet seat.

Cuoco will play a married woman named Ava Bartlett. All other details are being kept under wraps; I hear Ava is the realtor character.

Rosenberg, who will serve as showrunner, executive produces alongside Bateman and Michael Costigan for Aggregate Films. Roxie Rodriguez serves as co-executive producer for Aggregate Films. The series is produced by UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group.

The Big Bang Theory alumna Cuoco recently received a second consecutive Emmy nomination for her performance in The Flight Attendant in the category Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. She has an overall deal with Warner Bros. TV, which is exclusive for producing and non-exclusive for acting. Under that pact, she has a Doris Day limited series in development, which she is executive producing and attached to play the Hollywood legend in.

Cuoco is currently shooting action-thriller feature Role Play for director Thomas Vincent, in which sh stars opposite David Oyelowo. She is repped by SDB Partners, Brillstein Entertainment Partners and Hansen Jacobson Teller.

Source: Deadline Hollywood

August 8, 2022 Jen

Kaley Cuoco has received a nomination for the “Lead Actress in a Comedy Series” award for her portrayal of Cassie in The Flight Attendant season 2 at the 2022 Primetime Emmy Awards! The series was also nominated for awards in the “Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour Or More)” and “Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)” categories.

The ceremony will air live on September 12 on NBC and Peacock at 5 p.m. PT.

July 12, 2022 Jen

Kaley Cuoco was nominated at the 2022 HCA TV Awards for her role as “Cassie” on The Flight Attendant! The ceremony will be held on August 13, 2022 at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

Best Actress in a Streaming Series, Comedy
Elle Fanning, The Great (Hulu)
Hailee Steinfeld, Hawkeye (Disney+)
Jean Smart, Hacks (HBO Max)
Kaley Cuoco, The Flight Attendant (HBO Max)
Kat Dennings, Dollface (Hulu)
Rachel Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime Video)
Selena Gomez, Only Murders in the Building (Hulu)
Tiffany Haddish, The Afterparty (Apple TV+)

July 7, 2022 Jen

Kaley’s most recent movie, The Man From Toronto, is now available to stream on Netflix! Kaley has a small role, but it’s nice to see her in a new film. I have updated the photo gallery with 227 images from the film including HD screen captures, production stills, and behind-the-scenes photos!

You can see all the photos by clicking on the previews and links below.

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June 29, 2022 Jen

Season two of HBO Max’s The Flight Attendant is grander, deeper and more real, stars Kaley Cuoco and Zosia Mamet tell THR, sitting side by side on a couch in Cuoco’s home, where they’ve been living together during production of the second season. The two real-life friends play best friends on the show, which in its second go-round follows flight attendant Cassie Bowden as she becomes an asset for the CIA but soon realizes that a woman pretending to be her is causing havoc around the globe.

Cuoco and Mamet talk to THR about how the show blended with real lives (including Cuoco filing for divorce from equestrian Karl Cook around the same time season two was starting to film), their acting processes and how it deepened their friendship.

June 19, 2022 Jen

I have updated the photo gallery with 1,410 HD screen captures of Kaley Cuoco from the final episode of The Flight Attendant season 2!

You can see all the photos by clicking on the previews and links below.

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June 13, 2022 Jen

Great news! Kaley’s newest movie, The Man From Toronto, will be premiering on Netflix on June 24, 2022!

May 31, 2022 Jen

Sure, the HBO Max series “The Flight Attendant,” about an alcoholic airline employee who ends up becoming a C.I.A. asset, is best known for its impressively out-there story beats, but for its cast, Season 2 hits a lot closer to home than one would think.

“I was going through so much this year, and so a lot of it was real,” said star Kaley Cuoco of her Season 2 performance as the titular flight attendant Cassie Bowden. Speaking to the audience of the comedy’s FYC event on Thursday night at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center in Los Angeles, she joked that it’s even “almost a little silly” when she receives compliments on her ability to access those darker emotions for the show’s more dramatic scenes.

Although she did not mention it explicitly during the panel, Cuoco was alluding to going through her divorce from equestrian Karl Cook as the show was filming throughout 2021 into winter 2022. The difficult new start mirrored her character’s arc in Season 2, with Cassie being newly sober. “Sometimes it was a little much,” she admitted, adding that she would leave set after a day of playing Cassie going through it, and come home “feeling a certain way.”

The experience of channeling what she was going through in real life into her performance was new for the Emmy-nominated actress. “I didn’t plan for that to happen, that’s for sure. It all just kind of happened at once, but it did, I guess, help. It was actually very therapeutic,” said Cuoco.

Giving more insight into her process, she said “usually I’m able to completely separate from work, like I’m not one that brings my work home, so this was a little different this time.” Cuoco, who also serves as an executive producer on the show, and was even the one to have optioned the novel Season 1 adapted, shared that she decided it was best to be transparent with the cast and crew about her present hardships during production. “Everyone was very aware of what I was going through. It wasn’t a secret. I didn’t want anything to be a secret because it wouldn’t look right. So I did get a lot of help and a major amount of support. So you see a lot of Cassie on the screen, but a lot of people helped put that together daily.”

One of those people was co-star Zosia Mamet, who plays Cassie’s lawyer best friend Annie, and has become one of Cuoco’s closest confidants off-screen as well, even living with her while shooting Season 2 and “saving me from myself” as Cuoco put it. “We really did luck out so much to what Kaley was saying earlier about so much of her art in this season of our show imitating life, and being sort of an outlet for that,” said Mamet, who was also in attendance at the event, along with co-star Rosie Perez, “The Flight Attendant” showrunners Steve Yockey and Natalie Chaidez, executive producer Sarah Schechter, director/EP Silver Tree, and composer Blake Neely. “We genuinely do have this exceptional love for each other, and Kaley was going through such a hard time, and I was so happy to be able to be there for her in real life, through that.”

The episode that screened at the event, titled “Brothers & Sisters,” showcased the pair’s dynamic in a scene where Annie finds Cassie after she’s hit a major snag in her sobriety journey. “To me, that scene just felt so true to life, that at its core my friend was in pain. And when someone you love that deeply is in pain, they don’t need judgment. They don’t need commentary. They don’t need anything, not in that moment,” said Mamet.

“But in that moment, when someone truly hits rock bottom, all they need is your love, and they need you to be something that they can lean on, and a person who can hold them in that moment. And it felt so easy to do because I have so much love for this person,” added the actress, speaking for both her relationship with Cuoco, and their characters’ deep friendship.

“The Flight Attendant” Season 2 is now streaming on HBO Max.

Source: IndieWire

May 28, 2022 Jen

Kaley Cuoco is finding a happy ending, on screen and off.

She started filming the sophomore season of HBO Max’s quirky thriller comedy “The Flight Attendant,” which concluded Thursday, shortly after the end of a three-year marriage to her second husband, equestrian Karl Cook. (Cuoco was previously married to former pro tennis player Ryan Sweeting from 2013-2016.) And with just four days left of shooting, Cuoco was devastated by her COVID-19 diagnosis. “I just wanted to die,” she remembers. “I was so sad and so depressed because I’d come so far.”

***SPOILERS AHEAD! Continue reading if you have seen the season 2 finale of The Flight Attendant***

May 27, 2022 Jen