The 'Sex And The City' Revival Has A Premiere Month

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The 'Sex And The City' Revival Has A Premiere Month

And Just Like That, they're back. In a special behind-the-scenes teaser, Sarah Jessica Parker announced that the Sex And The City revival will premiere in December — of 2021. That's right, Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda (RIP Samantha, we'll always remember you) will be back in two months. TWO MONTHS.

It sounds too good to be true, but I assure you, it is. Parker's exact words in the video are: "And Just Like That will premiere in December on HBO Max." So, unless HBO Max decided to pull the cruelest October trick of all, it's safe to say you can start your countdown Granted, we still don't know the exact And Just Like That premiere date, but for now, a month is definitely good enough.

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The date announcement itself doesn't reveal much. The footage sticks strictly to the core three — Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Charlotte (Kristin Davis), and Carrie (Parker) — teasing their various designer outfits and showing them hanging out on set. Notably absent from the clip: any of the men, specifically Mr. Big (Chris Noth), who previously appeared in the very first official footage from the series.

In addition to announcing the premiere month and teasing a little behind the scenes footage, And Just Like That also gave a first look at two new actors joining the series on the show's official Instagram page. First, there's Christopher Jackson, of Hamilton fame, as Herbert Wexley, the hedge fund banker husband of fellow newbie Lisa Todd Wexley (Nicole Ari Parker). And then there's LeRoy McClain, who is playing Andre Rashad Wallace, a musician married to Dr. Naya Wallace (Karen Pittman). These two might look perfectly charming, but I'm suspicious. Never trust a hedge fund banker, I always say! And these two look like they could easily be up to no good.


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