'Sex And The City' Revival 'And Just Like That' Films At The Whitney Museum In NYC — Photos Of Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon On Set
It's like they never left! The cast of the beloved HBO hit show Sex And The City is reuniting in NYC where it all began.
On Tuesday, July 13, cameras got a glimpse at Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon back to work on set of the show's revival series, And Just Like That.
The iconic actresses were pictured filming at the Whitney Museum in NYC, where the women will return to their iconic characters Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes and Charlotte York-Goldenblatt once again.
The 10-part revival series comes over a decade after the last time we saw the cast, when Sex And The City 2 premiered in 2010. The original HBO series aired from 1998-2004, and their first movie came out in 2008.
The new series will reportedly shift from where they left off with the women in their 30s to now following the trio as they navigate their 50s, sans Samantha Jones.
Absent from the photos is one of the four leading women, Kim Cattrall, who will not be joining her former co-stars to reprise her role in the reboot.
While fans are concerned that the writers might kill off the character of Samantha, who battled breast cancer in the later seasons of the show, HBO Max chief content officer Casey Bloys seemed to deny the rumor.
It was also recently confirmed that Chris Noth, the actor behind the famous character Mr. Big, will be returning for the revival series, despite previous reports that he would not be in attendance.
Other leading men from the show, including David Eigenberg, who plays Miranda's husband Steve, will return for the revival show. Even John Corbett, who played Aidan, Carrie's ex-fiancé in the original series, will make an appearance.
The reboot will also include new faces, including Sara Ramirez, who will play the show's first non-binary character. The show is aiming for a more diverse cast, something that the original series was criticized for. According to recent reports, there will be at least six new characters who will be season regulars and women of color.
As usual, we see Jessica Parker looking stunning in Carrie Bradshaw's impeccably stylish wardrobe, even though Patricia Field, the iconic costume designer from the original show will not be returning for the spin-off.
The new series will also apparently mention COVID-19, so fans can expect to see the three best friends navigate the pandemic.
The release date of the new series has not yet been announced, but it's safe to say that fans will be itching to see these ladies grace our screens once again.