With “The Big Bang Theory” now in the past, star Kaley Cuoco has opted to stick around the studio that produced the massively successful sitcom. As reported by Variety, Cuoco has signed a wide-ranging overall deal with Warner Bros. Television and has already begun circling a new project.

Cuoco will lead “The Flight Attendant,” a one-hour drama planned for WarnerMedia’ forthcoming streaming service, based on the novel by Chris Bohjalian. Cuoco will produce the series alongside “Arrow” and “Supergirl” producer Greg Berlanti, whose production company is handling the project. She has been developing the adaptation since optioning the rights to the book in 2017.

Beyond this, Cuoco’s company, Yes, Norman Productions, has received a new podcast deal with Warner Bros., and the studio will exercise a talent holding provision on all of Cuoco’s future acting endeavors.

Cuoco is coming off of playing one of the leads in “The Big Bang Theory,” one of the most successful sitcoms of the 21st Century. The show, in which she played Penny Hofstadter, ran for 12 seasons and 280 episodes from 2007 to 2019 on CBS and was produced by Warner Bros. Television. The series finale drew 18.5 million viewers when it aired in May, with the highest average viewership topping out at 20.3 million for the ninth season in 2016.

Cuoco will next lead an adult-skewing animated series based on the DC Comics character Harley Quinn, which will premiere exclusively on the DC Universe streaming platform in October.

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Kaley Cuoco attends the InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globes After Party on Jan. 6, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Rich Fury