Get your Cosmos ready — the ladies of Sex and the City are returning for a revival series on HBO Max.
Series star Sarah Jessica Parker posted a teaser for the reboot on her Instagram account Sunday night with the caption: “I couldn’t help but wonder… where are they now? X, SJ.”
The series’ title is a wink to the original project, and will be called And Just Like That…
Joining SJP are fellow SATC alum Kristin Davis (Charlotte) and Cynthia Nixon (Miranda), who also made announcements via their social media channels.
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But one original cast member will be missing, and that’s Kim Cattrall (Samantha), who will not be involved in the new project after a highly-publicized feud with Parker over the last several years.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 10-episode series will follow the women as they navigate their friendship in their 50s.
Michael Patrick King, who won an Emmy for his directing work on SATC, and wrote and directed both of its feature films, will come back to executive produce the show.
SATC’s series creator Darren Star will not be involved in the series. His latest work was last year’s Emily in Paris at Netflix.
One topic Parker imagines Carrie discussing and writing about for And Just Like That...is the #MeToo movement.
“It’s hard to imagine her not wanting to write about it, not wanting to talk about it and not having an opinion,” she told THR in a previous interview. “It would be rich territory for her to explore.”
Sex and the City became one of HBO’s marquee shows when it launched in 1998, and ran for six seasons. The show also added to its portfolio two feature films in 2008 and 2010, and a prequel from The CW titled The Carrie Diaries which lasted two seasons.
A premiere date for And Just Like That… has not yet been announced.