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And Just Like That… we have a release date for the Sex and The City reboot

Christmas is coming early… (Picture: HBO)

And Just Like That… we have a release date for the Sex and The City reboot and it’s coming much sooner than we thought.

Sarah Jessica Parker announced Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda would be returning with out Samantha as we’re reunited with New York’s finest as they navigate through life in their 50s.

The series has been filming in New York throughout the summer, with paparazzi shots confirming a few key spoilers and the return of huge cast members, including Chris Noth, Mario Cantone, David Eigenberg and Willie Garson, who filmed scenes before his death last month.

And they’ll be joined by newcomers Sarita Choudhury, Nicole Ari Parker, and Karen Pittman who star as three ’powerful women’, though we’re yet to learn how they’re connected to Carrie and her crew.

During the HBO Max Europe launch event on Tuesday, October 5, it was confirmed And Just Like That will launch on the streaming service in December.

A UK release date and channel is yet to be announced, but will likely come at the same time to Sky – the UK home of HBO content.


The very first clip from the SATC reboot arrived last month and saw Carrie giving Mr Big snog, confirming their marriage is still going. Make of that what you will.

However, behind-the-scenes photos have confirmed the return of both of their exes Aidan and Natasha, hinting there could be trouble on the horizon.

What’s more, Charlotte and Miranda’s kids have all grown up and Carrie is still puffing on cigarettes.

As for Samantha, she’ll be missing from this series following Sarah’s very public fall out with co-star Kim Cattrall.

How the show will address Samantha’s absence remains unclear.

And Just Like That will be available to stream on HBO Max.

Credit: Original article published here.

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