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The wait is over for Sex and the City: And Just Like That and here at Tyla, we're just as excited as you about this reboot. The new series sees our favourite New York girls getting back together 17 years on from when the 90s sitcom ended.
Sex and the City first came to our TV screens in June 1998 and finished in February 2004. 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 we’d missed so much. Here’s everything you need to know about watching it in the UK.
The SATC reboot lands in the UK and US on Thursday 9th December 2021. The new series is made up of an initial ten 30-minute episodes.
Reports say the first three episodes will all land on 9th December.
The SATC revival will be available to watch on HBO Max for US viewers and in the UK, it’ll be available on Sky Comedy and streaming service NOW TV.
A NOW TV Entertainment membership, which is what you’ll need to stream SATC, is £9.99 a month. You can take advantage of their seven-day free trial though.
Here’s a first glimpse at the reloaded SATC series, which shows Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda strutting down those famous NYC streets once again.
Carrie appears to have updated since her column-writing days and now looks to be the host of a podcast in the new series. Meanwhile, Charlotte and Miranda’s children are in their teens.
Sarah Jessica-Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis will all be reprising their roles as the famous Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes and Charlotte York-Goldenblatt in the reboot.
Unfortunately, after a famous off-screen feud, Kim Catrell - aka Samantha Jones - isn’t joining her former co-stars for this revival and some fans have argued the series won’t be the same without her. But despite the famous Samatha's absence, we've been told there's lots of sex in the new series.
Carrie’s hubby Mr Big, played by Chris North, is returning for the reboot as well as her ex boyfriend Aiden (John Corbett), who caused quite the stir in the second SATC movie. David Eigenberg reprises his role as Miranda’s husband, Steve Brady, while Niall Cunningham will play their son Brady, now in his teens. Brady’s also got a girlfriend, played by newcomer Cree Cicchino.
Likewise, Kristen Davis is joined by her on-screen husband in the reboot, Harry Goldenblatt (Evan Handler). Cathy Ang has been cast to play their oldest daughter, Lily, and Alexa Swan will play Rose, their youngest, both now in their teens.
Sadly, Willie Garson, who played Carrie’s gay best friend Stanford Blatch, passed away after a battle with cancer at the end of September. Garson was part of the new series, but we’re not sure how much filming he got done or how his death will be handled in the show. Mario Cantone, Stanford’s husband Anthony, is also in the reboot. The two famously married in an extravagant white wedding at the start of the second SATC movie, after years of hating each other in the series.
There’s also a number of new cast members, namely non-binary actor Sara Ramírez, who plays podcast host Che Diaz. They appear next to Carey in the trailer.
We cannot wait to see what this next chapter entails for the SATC girls.
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