Sex and the City, the 1990s and 2000s TV phenomenon, will be recreated in a new full-fledged series for HBO Max, titled And Just Like That…

A small video teaser posted to Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis’ Instagram accounts verified the reports of the upcoming performance back in January. First, Carrie’s typing and voiceover are intercut with pictures of New York before the text ‘The storey continues…’ appears. Then, Parker captioned the photo using Carrie’s famous catchphrase: What happened to them, I thought to myself?

The first official photo of Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes, and Charlotte York was released by HBO Max on July 9th.

It will follow Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda as they enter their 50s. Parker told Vanity Fair that the coronavirus outbreak would ‘clearly’ be a part of the tale because that’s where the characters dwell. When friends disappear, how has that affected the relationships between people? I’m confident that the authors will thoroughly review everything.’

Parker, Nixon, and Davis will reprise their roles as Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte in the next chapter, Variety reported previously. Casey Bloys, HBO Max’s chief content officer, told TVLine: ‘Just as in real life, people come into your life, and people go.’ friendships dissolve, and new ones begin… A woman in her 50s in New York is the focus of the film. As a result, it should all feel natural, and you might not have the same friends when you’re 50.

Who will be Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda’s new love interests? In addition to John Corbett, who portrayed Aidan Shaw in the original, Chris Noth, who played Mr Big, will also be returning (he’s since been pictured on set with Parker). Also disclosed on the official Instagram page for And Just Like That… is that David Eigenberg, who played Miranda’s husband, Steve Brady and Evan Handler’s Harry Goldenblatt, is set to return.

With Mario Cantone as Anthony Marentino, Willie Garson as Stanford Blatch, and Julie Halston as Bitsy Von Muffling, this is shaping up to be a magnificent reunion for the original cast members of The Simpsons.

Executive producing with Michael Patrick King, who directed the two SATC films, are the three returning stars. In addition, new writers Samantha Irby, Rachna Fruchbom and Kelley Goff, who has worked on Shrill, Fresh off the Boat and Black Lightning, will join SATC’s longtime writer Julie Rottenberg. According to Parker in an interview with Vanity Fair, the writing room is “very diverse in a fun way.”

Late in 2021, the revival is scheduled to premiere on television. On-set images have been released showing some of the people, places, and (of course) the attire seen in the film.


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