HBO’s iconic show “Sex and the City” just ended its first remake season “just like that” a few months ago. Chief content officer for HBO and HBO Max, Casey Bloys, spoke to Variety as the first season of “And Just Like that” was wrapping up. She expressed that the show had been the streamer’s most flourishing original series. The good news is that the show’s main star and executive producer, Sarah Jessica Parker expressed her interest in continuing the play.
The revamped show Brought today’s social issues and day-to-day life to the forefront as the characters struggle with their changing worlds. Season one left so much on the table. Charlotte, played by Kristin Davis, deals with a rush of emotions as her teen daughter struggles with sexual identity. Meranda is leaving her long-time husband for a woman. Carrie goes to the newspaper for the podcast world as she deals with life as a widow and experiencing the single life at an older age. Fans are waiting to see what’s next.
“I am delighted and excited to tell more stories about these vibrant, bold characters, played by these powerful, amazing actors,” executive producer Michael Patrick King voiced in the renewal statement.
Darren Star’s “Sex and the City” ran on air for six seasons from 1998-to 2004, hoping “And Just Like That” has a healthy run like its original series.