Kaley Cuoco has created yet another great TV project as she prepares to play screen legend Doris Day (Picture: NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/ Getty Images)
Kaley Cuoco remains booked and busy as the actress just announced she’ll be playing Hollywood legend Doris Day in a new series.
Following the success of her HBO Max show, The Flight Attendant, Kaley’s production company Yes, Norman production will once again join forces with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. for a limited series focused entertainment icon Doris Day.
Based on A.E. Hotchner’s 1976 biography, Doris Day: Her Own Story, the show will tell the story of the iconic actor, singer and animal rights activist.
Kaley announced the news on Instagram as she quoted Doris’ signature song, Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be), which she performed in Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much.
She wrote alongside the announcement: ‘Dream it. Wish it. Do it.’
The Hollywood icon is famous for a string of classic films (Picture: Michael Ochs Archives)
Doris, who died at age 97 in 2019, started out as a singer before she made her film debut in the late 1940s in movie musicals.
She’s most famous for her roles in films such as Calamity Jane, The Pajama Game, and Pillow Talk which made her a huge star in the 50s and 60s.
The exciting new projects comes as it was announced that Kaley’s award-nominated series The Flight Attenday will return for a second season in 2022.
The Flight Attendant lands on Sky One and NOW TV on March 19 in the UK, while it’s available to stream on HBO Max in the US.