The much-anticipated reboot of Sex and The City will air in December 2021.
Now titled And Just Like That, the show sees the return of 3 of its stars, minus Kim Cattrall.
The continuing story of Sex and The City
It has been fifteen years since the hit TV show finished its six-season run.
Meanwhile, it has been 11 years since the last Sex and The City film, which left much to be desired.
Ever since there has been much talk about reviving the program.
Many classic shows like Will & Grace being given a second life in recent years.
In turn, many fans have been wanting to know just what happened to Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha.
Talks of a third movie or a reboot in recent years have been stalled due to ongoing feuds.
Kim Cattrall who played the iconic character Samantha has publicly declined involvement for many years.
When the reboot was confirmed it came with the announcement that Cattrall would not be returning.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon are all set to reprise their iconic roles.
The shows creators are adamant the reboot will not be about the three women reliving their 30’s.
Rather, And Just Like That will explore the complexities of the women living in their 50’s in New York.
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Many familiar faces set to return for the reboot
Speculation about just which Sex and The City cast members would return for the reboot has been rife.
Early reports that Chris Noth would not return to his role as Mr Big have been squashed.
Noth will return to his role as husband to Carrie Bradshaw.
However, rumours about the reboot are speculating divorce is on the cards for the tumultuous couple.
Joining Noth are John Corbett and David Eigenberg.
Corbett played the much-debated love interest to Carrie in his role as Aiden Shaw.
While Eigenberg played the ever endearing Steve Brady, husband to Miranda.
Rounding out the returning cast members are Mario Cantone, Willie Garson and Evan Handler.
Evan Handler was known for his role as Harry Goldenblatt, adoring husband to Charlotte.
Cantone and Garson played Anthony Marentino and Stanford Blatch respectively.
The characters were married in the second Sex and The City Movie.
However since Garson unexpectedly passed away last week, it is unclear how this will affect the program.
With many previews released, it is unclear how much of the filming has already wrapped.
Where to watch And Just Like That
And Just Like That has been confirmed for a ten-episode run.
The program is launching on the much hyped HBO Max in the United States.
However the new streaming service is yet to be released in Australia.
Currently Sex and The City re-runs are available on Binge in Australia.
It is expected that And Just Like That will be available on Binge until HBO Max launches here.
Take a look at this behind the scenes sneak peak with Sarah Jessica Parker.
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