One thing that we can thank for in 2021 is the return of one the most loved programs on television.
We can still talk about Bradley Walsh’s relaunch of Blankety Blank on another day.
At the moment, however, we are excited about Sex And The City. Although December may only have just arrived, the trailer for And Just Like That already has overtaken the small chocolate reindeer that was behind the first doors of our Advent calendar.
The teaser trailer for the 10-part series seems promising on first glance. TV network HBO Max has already produced a memorable Friends reunion, so we are cautiously optimistic.
New Yorkers and their dogs have spent the past year photographing And Just Like That in New York City and then sending the photos to DeuxMoi. (It’s an account on Instagram for celebrities sightings, Dad). This has added to the anticipation of the next series.
Cynthia Nixon will be back as Miranda Hobbes. Kristin Davis portrays Charlotte York. Sarah Jessica Parker plays Carrie Bradshaw. She is a journalist who has the luxury of living in New York City and can write one column per week. Career goals.
This show leaps twenty years forward from the original. It follows characters as they embark on “new chapters” in life, as they deal with friendship and their lives during their 50s.
This movie will be released later in the month, 17 years after Sex And The City’s final and 13 years since 2008’s feature film. There was also Sex And The City 2 (but we won’t discuss that now).
We found five interesting things in the trailer of And Just Like That.
1. Tonight…is the night when three become four
We’re used to feeling emotional about adverts this time of the year. With the little blue monkey who was left in the wardrobe like you, we felt the need to scream. We aren’t robots.
What we didn’t expect was that the And Just Like That trailer would cause us to feel a deep sadness the very first twelve seconds.
An attendant asked, “Carrie? Are you a party of three?”We are reminded of the fact that once it was a party with four. Following a feud with Sarah Jessica Parker for a while, Kim Cattrall chose not to be part of the new series.
Fair enough, one-quarter of the original cast is still missing. This is an admirable way to recognize Samantha.
It was like the Spice Girl reunion tour. Everyone had a wonderful time and you have to admit that it is hard not to feel the wish Victoria was there.
2. Carrie hosts a podcast
Of course, she does. The situation is becoming ridiculous and we’re considering using a one-in/one out policy to celebrity podcasts.
We see Carrie in giant headphones as she contemplates her life through a microphone.
“The more time I spend living, the more it makes me realize how much I can achieve if I have friends to help,” she said.
“The future can’t be written because each person is in different phases of their lives.”
In the trailer we also see her discuss sex and relationships, which is something we cannot reproduce on this website. The show’s content will remain as explicit as it was in the past, which is clear.
3. Carrie and Miranda are still married to Charlotte (we believe)
Although it’s difficult to see from trailers – and who can predict the plotlines for the next series – the first glimpse suggests that all three of the leading ladies are still married to their same partners.
About half of US marriages end in divorce.
Evan Handler will be Charlotte’s husband Harry Goldenblatt, while David Eigenberg is back as Miranda’s spouse Steve Brady.
4. Another Big Character is also back
The trailer focuses on Big (Chris Noth), whom we see first on a Peloton and then kissing Carrie as he tells her to: “I recall when you kept your sweaters inside the stove.
This is probably a reference her smaller closet in her younger years. Is this a way to heat her sweaters before they were worn? This is the case.
Bradshaw’s best buddy Stanford was played by Willie Garson. He also appears briefly. After a long battle with cancer, the actor passed away in September at the age of 57.
5. You’ll meet some interesting new people along the way
The cast includes Sarita Choudhury and Sara Ramirez. Nicole Ari Parker, Karen Pittman, and Nicole Ari Parker are also part of the new spin-off.
The trailer suggests that some of them might assist Carrie with reflecting on the changing dating landscape in recent years.
Keep in mind that Hinge is something you find on doors when Sex and the City ended.
Carrie questions Seema Patel’s character Choudhury about how many dating apps are she on. She replies: “I’m waiting for someone else to create a dating website which is called “Here’s what you’ve been looking for, Seema.”
Sign up where?
And Just Like That’s first episode will air on HBO Max and Now streaming services in the US on December 9, 2018.
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