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Exciting news for Sex and the City fans - the new spinoff series, And Just Like That, will be released in 2021.
In September, the producers released a mini trailer for the upcoming TV series, and now we’ve got a release date.
We’ve not had an update from Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda or Samantha since the second SATC movie was released in 2010 and we can’t wait to see what our favourite New Yorkers are up to now.
Sarah Jessica-Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon will all be reprising their roles in the upcoming revamp. Unfortunately though, Kim Catrell - aka Samantha Jones - won’t be in it, so it’ll be interesting to see how that’s played out in the show. Fans are already worried it won’t be as good without Samantha in it.
We also sadly got the news that Willie Garson, who played Carrie’s gay best friend Stanford Blatch in the series, passed away not long after filming had finished. He had reprised his role in the reboot, but we don’t know how much of the filming he completed before he passed away or how the producers will handle his death on the show.
John Corbett previously confirmed his character, Aiden Shaw, will be back as well as Chris North as Carrie's husband Big.
Filming of the reboot began in May 2021, so we’re amazed at how quickly they’ve turned that around.
And Just Like That will officially be released in the US in December. We’ll come back to you with the specific date as soon as it’s confirmed.
But for now, you can at least rest assured that you’ll have some great TV to watch over Christmas, with Emily in Paris season two (from the SATC producers) also arriving in December.
Honestly, we’re not sure at this moment in time. The new series will be streaming on HBO Max, which currently isn’t available to UK viewers (unless they’ve got a VPN).
We’re certain that the producers won’t leave their adoring UK fans hanging though and we’ll let you know as soon as anything is confirmed about watching it in the UK.
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