Sarah Jessica Parker Shares Behind The Scenes Snaps From Sex And The City Reboot

Cosmos at the ready, the girls (and guys) are back!

The spin off series titles And Just Like That had it’s first table read yesterday and the pictures are giving us all the feels.

SJP shared snaps of the scrips on the tables beside a place name for each character, these included herself (Carrie), Cynthia Nixon (Miranda), Kirstin Davis (Charlotte) and even Chris North (Mr. Big) (yay).

SJP captioned the picture, “1st Table Read. @justlikethatmax Got here to work way too early. Nerves all a wonderful jumble.”

 

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SJP also shared the first picture of the girls back together (minus Samantha) saying, “Together again. 💜 Read through our first episodes. @justlikethatmax Alongside all the fellas and our newest cast members. Like an ice cream sundae.”

The girls look great and very happy to be back, we spot a blonde Cynthia Nixon and just cant help but wonder if we will have a blonde Miranda this time round.

The husbands and love interests of the gang are returning to the series as well as Carries flamboyant friend Stanford.

 

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The iconic show Sex and the City ran for six seasons and also had two films come out afterwards. And now we are being treated to a “revisit” in the words of SJP to the world of our fave New York City girls in their 50 somethings this time round. We are missing Samantha, who was played by Kim Cattrall.

Kim has been vocal about her fallout with her co-stars in the past especially with Sarah Jessica Parker saying, “we’ve never been friends, we’ve been colleagues”. Cattrall told Piers Morgan she was finished with that chapter in her life in an interview in 2017, but said she would be “cheering them on” if it did start filming without her.

In the Piers interview Cattrall suggested that they bring in a new character possibly one of a different ethnicity, and that they did.

The show will feature a non binary character that will use the pronouns they/them played by Sara Ramirez who identifies as non binary and uses she/they pronouns.

We love to see the inclusivity and a tiny bit of Kim in there, even if they didn’t get the idea from her, let’s think of it as a nod to the former fourth friend.

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