When the ‘Sex and The City’ franchise returns to the small screen with the new ‘And Just Like That’ revival series, New York’s best friend quartet will be incomplete without the presence of actress Kim Cattrall as Samantha.
But that doesn’t mean the beloved and controversial character will be knocked out of the narrative. According to showrunner and executive producer Michael Patrick King, Samantha stays alive in the plot.
In an interview with The New York Times, King was adamant when he said:
“No one is dead. Anybody”.
Remember that the revival will be released on December 9 on HBO Max.
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Recalling that the Revival series will have four new cast members: Cathy Ang (‘On the Moon’s Way’), Niall Cunningham (‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’), Alexa Swinton (‘Time’) and Cree Cicchino (‘Mr. Iglesias’) ).
Ang will be the life of Lily Goldenblatt; Cunningham will play Brady Hobbes; Swinton will play Rose Goldenblatt; and Cicchino will play Brady’s girlfriend Luisa Torres.
They are joined by newly confirmed Sarita Choudhury, Nicole Ari Parker and Karen Pittman, who will bring three powerful New York women to life whose connection to Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) is ongoing. .unknown.
The series will follow Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte as they navigate the complicated journey of life and friendship from their early thirties to an even more complicated phase in their fifties.
The new season will consist of ten episodes and will also include the return of Steve (David Eigenberg), Harry (Evan Handler), Stanford (Willie Garson), Anthony (Mario Cantone), Mr. Big (Chris Noth) and Aidan (John Corbett).
Sara Ramirez (“Grey’s Anatomy”) will introduce her as Che Diaz, a non-binary comedian who hosts a podcast featuring Carrie as a regular guest.
Kim Cattrall, interpreter of the iconic Samantha, cannot believe it.
Created by Darren Star (now ahead of “Emily in Paris”), the original series had six seasons, which aired between 1998 and 2004 on HBO.
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