When Is Sex And The City: And Just Like That Being Released?
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We've all been bitten by the 90s nostalgia bug this year and, after the release date of Friends: The Reunion was announced, fans are starting to anticipate the return of Sex and the City, with it's brand new rebooted series And Just Like That.
Sarah Jessica Parker broke the news of the reboot of the much-loved series back in January and filming started in New York City in May.
The new series will be called And Just Like That because it's a nod to how Carrie Bradshaw would start or end many of her stories.
Sex and the City first came to our TV screens in June 1998. Series 6B, the final series, finished in February 2004 and the two films which followed: Sex and The City (2008) and Sex and The City 2 (2010) saw the four girls, then in their forties, deal with more of that New York drama and romance.
'Sex and The City' reboot release date and how to watch it
SATC will be available to watch in December on HBO Max, which is a US-only subscription streaming service.
We're not sure of the date yet, or how UK viewers will be able to watch it, but we are certain that HBO won't leave the show's adoring UK audience hanging.
The Instagram page for the new series @justlikethatmax hasn't posted anything yet, but we'll keep you updated for when it eventually does.
How many episodes are in the new series?
There'll be 10 half-hour episodes in the series. Insider noted that "rather than a new season of the original series, the reboot is being described as a 'new chapter' entirely."
Whether this will be a one-off series or a regular thing, we're not sure yet - let's hope it's the latter.
What is 'And Just Like That' about?
Two years ago, Sarah Jessica Parker, who was also a producer on the HBO show, told Entertainment Tonight that she was interested in doing "some episodes of Sex and the City" but added: "I wouldn't call it a reboot, I would call it a 'revisit.'"
Parker said: "I'd like to see where all of them are. I'm curious, the world has changed even since the movie... technology and social media."
As well as this, she hoped to explore "sexual politics and the #MeToo movement and Time's Up."
'Sex and The City: And Just Like That' cast
Parker will be joined by her old cast mates Cynthia Nixon, who plays Miranda Hobbs, and Kristin Davis, who plays Charlotte York Goldenblatt.
However, Kim Cattrall won't be involved, with the two famously having an off-screen feud. Fans wonder if it'll be the same without the famous Samantha Jones.
John Corbett has also confirmed his character, Aiden Shaw, will be back and Carrie's husband Mr Big, played by Chris North, will also return for the reboot.
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