Following the last episode of "The Big Bang Theory," Kaley Cuoco has already found a new home on television.
In a huge deal with Warner Bros. Television Group, the actress signed onto an exclusive, multiyear agreement that entails a leading role in the upcoming drama "The Flight Attendant," which will be available exclusively on WarnerMedia's upcoming streaming service.
The series, based on a novel by Chris Bohjalian, sees Cuoco as the titular flight attendant who unexpectedly becomes entangled in a murder mystery. She'll also serve as the series' executive producer, along with television producer and "Love, Simon" director, Greg Berlanti.
In an official statement, Cuoco expressed gratitude toward her longtime home at Warner Bros, calling it her "home away from home." She later added, "I couldn’t be more excited to continue this incredibly collaborative and gratifying relationship. They’re stuck with me now!"
Financial details of Cuoco's deal with the company have not yet been announced.
This comes after Cuoco earned huge checks while working on the final season of "The Big Bang Theory," where she reportedly was earning up to $1 million per episode. Cuoco, along with her other "Big Bang Theory" co-stars, regularly appeared on lists of highest-paid TV actors and actresses.
"The Flight Attendant" is scheduled for release on the upcoming WarnerMedia streaming service in 2020.