Sex and the City will return with a new season

Sex and the City will return with a new season
Sex and the City is officially returning.



Fans were surprised Sunday by an announcement made on social media by Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie), Kristin Davis (Charlotte) and Cynthia Nixon (Miranda) who have announced their return to the HBO Max cable service. The new series will be titled And Just Like That…, in homage to the original series. Production will begin, obviously in New York, in late spring.



Director Michael Patrick King, who won an Emmy for his work with the series, and who wrote and directed both of the two feature films of Sex and the City, will participate in this new production, consisting of 10 episodes. The creator of the original series, Darren Star, will not be involved in this new project and the production is currently looking for a showrunner. Sarah Aubrey, Head of Original Productions at HBO Max said:

I grew up with these characters, and I can't wait to see how their story evolved in this new chapter, with honesty, the intensity, the humor and the beloved city that has always defined them

Fans will not see, however, the return of Kim Cattral (Samantha) who already in October 2017 had expressed herself in favor of cancellation of his character in an attempt to improve the inclusiveness of the original series. Sex and the City, based on the novels by Candice Bushnell, ran for six seasons from 1998 to 2008, winning the Emmy for Best Comedy in 2001. Darren Star further stated during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in October that he has no interest in returning to work on the series, stating that he wants to focus on his latest creation, I May Destroy You.



During an interview in 2018 Sarah Jessica Parker said that Carrie's character would be enthusiastic about the #Metoo movement, adding that she would have liked to play her in those circumstances. The original six seasons of Sex and the City are currently streaming on HBO Max. The streaming giant, in collaboration with Warnermedia, is currently working on a series of reboots of iconic TV series, such as Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars. br>
If you missed the original series you can make up for it with the DVD of the first season of Sex and the City



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