Kaley Cuoco is getting in on the other side of the business!
The Big Bang Theory star launched a new production company, Norman Productions (named in honor of her dog), in partnership with Warner Bros. TV -- the company behind her hit CBS show, ET can confirm.
The company's first project, The Flight Attendant, is a limited series based on the Chris Bohjalian novel, which the 31-year-old actress will star in. The plot centers on a flight attendant who wakes up in a hotel room in Dubai, next to a dead man, with no recollection of the night before.
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"We cannot wait to start work on our first project #theflightattendant#yesnormanproductions ??✈️," Cuoco said of the project on Instagram. "Thank you to everyone who made this possible!! (Especially Norman) @chrisbohjalian PS you can pre order this nail biting thriller right now on @amazon !! ❤️."
Meanwhile, though it sounds much less intense than The Flight Attendant, Cuoco has had her own airline related mishap.
Watch the video below to see how an awkward TSA encounter landed her on the "No-Fly List."