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Sex And The City character returns in Peloton advert after shocking And Just Like That moment

Wait… what does this mean? (Picture: Peloton)

Warning: spoilers ahead for And Just Like That.

Peloton has found itself at the centre of a shock storyline after featuring very prominently in the first episode of the Sex and The City reboot And Just Like That…, and now it’s given a cheeky update to fans.

The opening to episode one of the new HBO show saw Chris Noth’s character being killed off.

Fans weren’t expecting Big to be offed in the first episode, when he suffers a heart attack after a rigorous workout on his Peloton.

The fitness equipment company previously insisted that Big’s ‘extravagant lifestyle’ would have been a contributing factor to his death.

Now, they’ve got even more to say in a fun new clip – featuring the vocal talents of a certain Ryan Reynolds.

 

In a brand new video posted on social media, we see Chris reclining in front of a roaring fire.

He cheekily asks his glamorous female friend: ‘Shall we take another ride? Life’s too short not to.’

Then, Ryan’s voiceover says: “Regular cycling stimulates and improves your heart, lungs and circulation, reducing your risk of cardiovascular disease, strengthens your heart muscles, lowers resting pulse and reduces blood fat levels.’

‘And just like that…he’s alive,’ the caption reads.

It’s not quite the version of Sex and The City reboot we expected, we must admit, but we’re just pleased Big is alive and well in this alternate reality.

The storyline in the HBO Max series came as a surprise. Fans especially didn’t expect it after Chris Noth was purposely present during the filming of a funeral scene on And Just Like That in an effort to throw off the paparazzi.

In August this year, Sex And The City fans were left scratching their heads when pictures were released of the cast of And Just Like That filming a scene that appeared to resemble a funeral.

Unaware that it would have been the ceremony held in Big’s memory, creator Michael Patrick King confessed that Chris was present on the day as a red herring for photographers.

‘Chris was really pleased with the collaboration and we’re both very happy with the daring choice to have Mr Big come back and go, so much so that he even put on a suit and came to the funeral when we were taping,’ he told press, according to Deadline.

And Just Like That is available to watch on Sky Comedy and NOW.


Credit: Original article published here.

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