After the instant success of 'The Flight Attendant', it's looking like Kaley Cuoco's not going to be out of work any time soon.

Variety is reporting that 'The Big Bang Theory' alum is set to lead a miniseries about the legendary actor / singer Doris Day, based on the 1976 authorised biography of her life.

Day passed away in 2019 at the age of 97, having begun her career in the '40s in musicals before progressing to major movie roles in the '50s, starring in the likes of Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Man Who Knew Too Much', 'Calamity Jane', 'Pillow Talk', and more before her career stalled in the late '60s and early '70s as she shifted to television.

The miniseries will likely focus on this, as well as the singer-actor's tumultuous personal life that was masked by her clean-cut, conservative public persona. Day was also left near destitute in the late '60s when her third husband squandered her fortune and it only became known on his death.

No air date or production start has been announced for the Doris Day miniseries, but it is known that a second season of 'The Flight Attendant' is due to begin writing in the next few months with an eye for it hitting air by 2022.