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Fans spot subtle Succession nod in And Just Like That and we demand a crossover

Fans spot subtle Succession nod in recent And Just Like That episode (Pictures: HBO)

Eagle eyed fans have spotted a very subtle nod to Succession in a recent episode of And Just Like That, and now we’re desperate for a crossover.

The award-winning drama focusing on the Roy family and the Sex And The City spin-off are both set in New York but we’re yet to get any scenes involving Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) avoiding Tom Wambsgans and Cousin Gregg (Matthew Macfadyen and Nicholas Braun respectively) at a swanky party.

Side note: How truly iconic would that be?

However, there was actually an Easter egg to the Roy family in an earlier AJLT scene that most viewers missed.

In the fourth episode of the revival, which has divided viewers of the original SATC series, fans got a glimpse into Lisa Wexley’s luxury apartment, which looked very familiar to a set we saw on our binge watch of Succession.

The black spiral staircase in Lisa’s home was actually the same focal point of Rava’s home, which Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong) took over in typical Kendall form to serve as the HQ of his attempt to destroy dad Logan (Brian Cox), at the very beginning of season three.

Kendall Roy made himself at home in Rava’s luxury apartment (Picture: HBO)
That staircase definitely looks familiar… (Picture: HBO)

Flocking to Twitter to discuss the reference, one wrote: ‘Is everyone else freaking out that the apartment in the new episode of And Just Like That was also Ravas in Succession???’

‘I love that there are so few luxury apartments in NYC for filming that Charlotte and Harry just went to a dinner party in this episode of And Just Like That and it’s Rava’s apartment from this season of Succession,’ another penned.

Sharing another view of the home, with very similar windows, a Twitter user said: ‘My gf discovered that they used same apartment.’




And Just Like That landed on our screens recently, with Sarah Jessica Parker returning to the beloved cast alongside Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbes) and Kristin Davis (Charlotte York) – but Samantha Jones star Kim Cattrall decided to sit it out.

The episodes have been met with criticism over some of the storylines, as well as the new cast members.

Addressing the backlash, Sarita Choudhury, who joined the fold as Carrie’s pal Seema Patel, admitted that she feels ‘so excited by it all’.

‘I know that sounds weird. I feel there’s something very alive going on in the conversation,’ she told the Los Angeles Times.

‘I’m shocked by some of the criticism only because it’s really hard to add four new characters and do a good job. You’re naturally going to fail somewhere.’

She said that she was ‘impressed’ that the new characters were given ‘full lives’ in the revival, as often ‘when you’re added to a show, it’s usually just to help progress the protagonist’.

Sarita added: ‘But in this show, I don’t feel like I’m ever doing that.’


Credit: Original article published here.

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