It was officially announced by the leading actors that the TV series Sex and the City will return to the screen years later. Sex and the City New episodes will meet the audience on HBO Max.
The Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning TV series Sex and the City, created by Darren Star, and aired between 1998 and 2004, reflected the lives of four women living in New York through life, relationship, sex and love. The series, which reveals the vibrant, crazy and colorful side of New York, conquered the hearts of the audience with its portrait of a strong woman and made a tremendous impact in the period it was broadcasted.
The series, which has taken its place among the productions that made a mark in the history of television, found itself on the screen after ending its screen adventure in 2004. However, two movies shot two years apart were seen as a major fiasco, so to speak. It was a gory example of how badly and carelessly a successful television series was adapted to the cinema. The third movie, which was planned to be shot just because of this situation, was put on the shelf forever. We accepted these two movies as if they never existed.
Sex and the City recently came to the fore with the claim that it could return to the screens years later. It was rumored that HBO Max had begun preparations to continue the series for new episodes and that it was about to be understood with the leading actors. These claims, shared by reliable sources such as Deadline and Variety, were officially confirmed yesterday. Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, who are the leading actors of the series, announced that the popular series will return to the screens with their posts on their social media accounts. The new version of the series, known as “And Just Like That…” for now, will meet with the audience on HBO Max, as spoken before.
New Sex and the City New Episodes to Meet Audience at HBO Max
While three of the four leading actors of the series shared this news, Kim Catrall did not share in this direction, and the allegations that Catrall, who gave life to Samantha Jones in the original series, will not take part in the new season were confirmed.
The shooting of the new season, which will consist of 10 episodes of 30 minutes, is planned to begin this autumn. The new season will follow Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon), who are now in their fifties. Michael Patrick King, who wrote and directed both Sex and the City movies, will star in the new series as producer.
Are you ready to witness the new adventures of Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes and Charlotte York with whom we shared their troubles for six years, laughed and cried with them? Although we have questions about how to watch a series without Samantha Jones, we are still very excited for this new version in preparation.