Where to watch The Flight Attendant

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Georgia Dixon
Dec 09, 2020
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When you see the name Kaley Cuoco, chances are you immediately think of The Big Bang Theory. But Penny's come a long way, and her latest project proves she's a far better actress than most people give her credit for.

Based on the novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian, The Flight Attendant stars Cuoco as - you guessed it - a flight attendant with a penchant for alcohol and random hook-ups. However, one morning during a layover in Bangkok, her world is turned upside down when she wakes up next to the dead body of a passenger on her last flight and no memory of how he was killed or what took place.

Scared to call the authorities, she flies home as if nothing had happened, only to find herself greeted in New York by FBI agents who question her on what happened in Thailand. With her memory in pieces, the flight attendant starts to question if she could be the murderer.

Juicy, no? If you're keen to catch the hit thriller miniseries, here's where to watch The Flight Attendant in Australia.

How to watch The Flight Attendant in Australia

Option 1: Binge

Your best option for watching The Flight Attendant is on Binge. As an HBO production, it lands first on Foxtel, and being that Binge is essentially Foxtel lite, you'll find it there too (along with other HBO faves, like The Undoing, Westworld and Game of Thrones). Even better, you can basically watch it for free with Binge's seven-day trial. That's plenty of time to catch all five episodes and duck out if you're not keen to stay on. However, if you do, it's on a completely contract-free basis, so you can leave any time.

Our Rating
3.5 out of 5 stars
Starts at
pro Premium mix of HBO, HBO Max and FX
pro Clean and reliable app
pro Much better than Foxtel Now
con No 4K or parental controls

Option 2: Foxtel Now

If you're already a Foxtel or Foxtel Now subscriber, you can go forth and devour every episode of The Flight Attendant. However, with prices starting from $25 per month, we wouldn't exactly consider it affordable. If you're tossing up between Foxtel Now and Binge, we'd recommend the latter - it's far cheaper and has most of the same content, including The Flight Attendant.

Foxtel Now | 2022 logo | Reviews.org Australia
Basic pack starts at
pro Premium TV shows from HBO and FX
pro Sports, Movies and Main Event
con 4K is restricted to Foxtel iQ Box plan
Additional channel packs cost between $10 and $29 extra each month. The premium All Packs plan costs $104 per month.

Price and plans only accurate as of last page update.

Georgia Dixon
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Georgia Dixon
Georgia Dixon has over seven years' experience writing about all things tech, entertainment and lifestyle, with bylines in TechLife magazine, 7NEWS and Stuff.co.nz. In her spare time, you'll find her playing games and daydreaming about good food, wine, and dogs.

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