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And just like that, the Sex and the City girls have come back to tease us about the upcoming revival....
Watch the clip below:
It's not much to go off of, but we can see Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte (Kristen Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) of the original quartet reunited as well as Mr Big (Chris North) and Carrie seeming happily in love.
However, we shouldn't take everything at face value with this teaser.
Now, anyone who's ever watched SATC - or the movies - will know that Carrie and Big's relationship has never been plain sailing. Far from it in fact. Even once they had their happy ever after in Paris, Mr Big jilted Carrie at the altar in the first movie, meanwhile Carrie ended up kissing old flame Aidan in the second.
Well, apparently not. In the leaked scene, Carrie is having brunch with Stanford, Miranda and Charlotte. She says: "I was doing well, wasn't I doing well? Before this?"
Miranda responds: "Yes, you were."
"Remarkably well," adds Charlotte.
And Stanford adds: "I've been very impressed."
SATC will be available to watch 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. As filming started in May 2021, we think the new series could be released in early 2022.
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.
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."
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