Kaley Cuoco has revealed she has to quarantine for two weeks in New York before filming can restart on The Flight Attendant.
The 34-year-old actress has been keeping fans up to date on what is happening with her new show, her first big role since The Big Bang Theory ended in May last year.
Taking to her Instagram in a video alongside husband Karl Cook, she said: "The first update would be that I am going back to work!
"So my sister, me and my trusty assistant Emma go back to New York on Monday. And we have to quarantine – I'm sure you'll see a lot of stuff on social media about our quarantine.
"We'll be quarantined for two weeks and you'll get a look at our shenanigans, I'm sure. And then back to work."
Kaley then revealed how much filming was left to do, adding: "We only have like two and a half episodes left, so I'm going to wrap up by the beginning of October."
Because of the health and safety procedures needed on the set, Kaley revealed she will be apart from Karl throughout filming.
She explained: "But he can't really visit me because it technically breaks my quarantine so it's a whole thing. So I'm gonna eat it all up this weekend."
Kaley also revealed the show will premiere in the autumn, saying: "I don't have an exact date but that is exciting at all in itself.
"I don't know if you guys know this but I have been working on this project for three years.
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"It goes back to three years from when I actually found the original book, so it's very exciting for me, and then obviously developing it for over two years."
The Flight Attendant is based on the 2018 novel of the same name by Chris Bohjalian.
It follows Kaley's character Cassandra Bowden, a cabin crew member who wakes up next to a dead body in a Dubai hotel with absolutely no memory of what happened or how she got there.