A New Chapter of Sarah Jessica Parker's Sex and the City Begins in the And Just Like That Trailer

Samantha Jones is absent, but Carrie and her crew are back.

The Sex And The City revival, And Just Like That, debuted its trailer on Tuesday night in New Delhi, and it was well worth the wait. Sarah Jessica Parker's character, Carrie, never stops loving Manhattan and her pals. Carrie's voyage with her pals Miranda and Charlotte is the main subject of the trailer. OG Samantha Jones isn't in the series since she and Carrie grew apart in real life. The "spark" is still being maintained by Big and Carrie ( or so it seems in the trailer). Podcasts appear to have taken the place of the venerable "Sex And The City" columns (thanks to technology), Lilly is an adult, and Rose is too. If there is something in Carrie's chapter that has remained the same over time She must have a passion for shoes, and her closet one to die for. By the way, the white tutu that Carrie wore during the opening titles is still present but is now longer. We are eager to learn about all of Carrie's misadventures, her life's craziness, and the company that inspired us (almost).


The narrative of Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon), and Charlotte York Goldenblatt as they navigate love and friendship in their 50s will be featured in the HBO Max programme that premieres on December 9.


Kim Cattrall, who portrayed Samantha Jones, a sexually free publicist and one of Carrie's closest friends, is absent from And Just Like That. Chris Noth is back in the character of Mr. Big, as Carrie affectionately referred to her husband. The series was also supposed to feature Willie Garson, who played Stanford Blatch, Carrie's second best friend. However, he passed away in September of this year at the age of 57. It's been horrible, according to an excerpt from Sarah Jessica Parker's eulogy for the actor.


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