Carrie is no longer a columnist in the ‘And Just Like That’ trailer
‘And Just Like That,’ the reboot of ‘Sex and The City,’ is finally coming to OTT. The show’s trailer debuted this week and depicts Carrie and her three friends as they age and continue to live it up in Manhattan.
The trailer mostly follows Carrie and her pals Miranda and Charlotte on their journey. The trailer also features Big, Miranda, and Charlotte’s better halves.
Carrie is now a podcast/radio host, where she continues to discuss relationships while maintaining the spark with Big. Lilly and Rose, Charlotte’s daughters, are now adults. And, while the three ladies have aged, their relationship and Carrie’s passion for gowns and shoes have not.
“I grew up with these characters, and I’m excited to see how their tale evolves in this new chapter, with the honesty, poignancy, comedy, and the beloved city that have always characterised them,” Sarah Aubrey, HBO Max’s head of original content, said in a statement, according to Deadline.
Here’s all we know about Carrie Bradshaw, Charlotte York, and Miranda Hobbes’ upcoming chapter.
Sex and the City is returning! Yes, we’ve already stated that, but it’s hard to believe. Cynthia Nixon announced the news through Twitter on January 10. “Without a doubt, anything is conceivable. This is New York,” she captioned a preview image.
“And just like that,” someone types as Sarah Jessica Parker’s voice and the noises of New York City are heard. “The narrative continues…”
The trailer, however, omits OG Samantha, played by Kim Catrall, who opted out of the show following a highly public disagreement with Sarah Jessica Parker. According to reports, the show will go into detail on Samantha and Carrie’s relationship. Rather than that, the trailer features new cast members Sarita Choudhury and Sara Ramirez.
The relaunch of ‘Sex and The City’ follows the show’s successful conclusion in 2004 after six seasons. ‘And Just Like That’ will continue the plot with the show’s three main protagonists, discussing their adventures and obstacles as they face them head-on.