The star of The Big Bang Theory and The Flight Attendant, Kaley Cuoco, has officially extended her deal with Warner Bros. TV. She’ll continue her outstanding career as an executive producer for multiple shows and films for W.B.
History Of Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco has been with Warner Bros. TV for 15 years, and she doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon! The company’s executive producer has just signed a three-year contract! Cuoco and her Yes, Norman Productions executive Suzanne McCormack will be working on different projects for Warner Bros. That includes streaming services like HBO Max, cable, and even the broadcast networks. Previously, the TV show star debuted in a WBTV comedy pilot in 2006, then indulging in the worldwide-known The Big Bang Theory on CBS.
While Cuoco was still appearing on the show, she already started her own company called Yes, Norman, named after the executive’s dog, in 2017. Soon, Yes, Norman and Warner Bros. TV signed a deal together. That deal let Cuoco start working on The Flight Attendant that was based on a novel. By 2019, the star became an experienced executive producer – The Flight Attendant was streaming on HBO Max just a year later. Moreover, Yes, Norman already got two new orders for the series in July 2019. Nowadays, Cuoco is also the lead voice of the DC Universe animated series Harley Quinn. Both of the named projects showed the producer’s serious side when they became popular at an instant – and both are getting their next seasons soon. Fans should be excited for the unnamed projects Yes, Norman team is working on, too!
Working With Warner Bros. TV
What are the upcoming projects? Well, they haven’t been announced yet. But Yes, Norman plans to collaborate with Berlanti Productions (who previously worked on The Flight Attendant) and WBTV to buy the rights for Doris Day’s biography. Written by A.E. Hotchner, Doris Day: Her Own Story should be empowering and emotionally overwhelming – and Cuoco will star in the project. Another project should be based on the book A Season with Mom, by author Katie Russell Newland. It talks about the cancer survivor and baseball player Katie Russell. As she’s battling with health issues, Russell decides to visit 30 Major League Baseball parks in one season.
Noting how successful The Flight Attendant became, the two new ideas should be just as interesting. After all, Cuoco received several nominations for the project: from the SAG Awards, Critics Choice Awards, PGA Award, and the Golden Globe. It became one of the best launches for HBO Max, topping the charts as the first choice of the series during all eight episodes. Since the new three-year deal has been signed with Warner Bros. TV, McCormack has also been promoted from SVP to EVP. Thanks to that, she and Cuoco are expanding the team! There will be one more development executive joining the Yes, Norman group. “Warner Bros. has been my home away from home for as long as I can remember which makes this partnership so special on every level,” Cuoco said.
“I look forward to much continued success with my extended family!!!!!”
Sources: Deadline, Variety