Nicole Ari Parker Makes Up for Samantha’s Absence in ‘SATC’ Reboot

Sex and the City reboot cast members Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker and Nicole Ari Parker on the set of 'And Just Like That.' Credit: Instagram/@sarahjessicaparker

Carrie’s inner circle just came full circle. Nicole Ari Parker officially completes the core four of HBO’s Sex and the City reboot titled And Just Like That… based off of new pictures posted by its star Sarah Jessica Parker.

In an Instagram photo uploaded Tuesday, Nicole is seen embracing fellow co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis while wearing a striped coral and white ensemble.

SJP captioned the post, “#memoriesmonday @cynthiaenixon @iamkristindavis @nicoleariparker Oh so fine. I’d sing along to 70’s love songs with this trio deep into any night. @justlikethatmax I’ll see you ladies tomorrow! X, SJ.”

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Ari Parker reposted the photo with her own caption, “These beautiful beings. Thank you #SJP for holding the whole place together on such a long hot night.”

She takes the place of original SATC character Samantha played by Kim Cattrall, who will not be involved in the 10-episode series after a highly-publicized feud with SJP over the last several years.

On the reboot, Soul Food actress Nicole will play Lisa Todd Wexley, a fashionable Park Avenue mother of three.

Joining her in an effort to diversify the all-white SATC main cast will be Mississippi Masala breakout star Sarita Choudhury, who will play single and powerful real estate broker Seema Patel; The Morning Show’s Karen Pittman who will appear as Dr. Nya Wallace, a bright and outspoken Columbia Law professor; and Sara Ramírez as non-binary, queer, stand-up comedian named Che Diaz, who has a podcast Carrie regularly appears on.

Various cast members have been busy posting behind-the-scenes pictures of the production, which started filming this summer.

The SATC revival is expected to stream on HBO Max either this fall or early 2022.