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SJP shares first glimpse of ‘Sex and the City’ without Kim Cattrall
The girls are back in town — most of them, anyway.
HBO Max has finally announced the official return of “Sex and the City,” starring Sarah Jessica Parker, 55, Cynthia Nixon, 54, and Kristin Davis, 55, who will also executive produce alongside Michael Patrick King, Variety has confirmed.
Notably, the revival lineup is missing Kim Cattrall, 64.
On Sunday, Parker shared a video teaser with fans via Instagram, with the caption: “I couldn’t help but wonder… where are they now?”
The footage is a montage of life in New York City, and concludes with the words “The story continues…” as if typed on a computer screen.
“And just like that,” Parker’s voiceover can be heard saying against the preview, which has been viewed nearly 4.5 million times in just 15 hours since sharing.
The next chapter in the tale of lifestyle columnist Carrie Bradshaw (Parker), also titled “And Just Like That…” continues the story as it follows the three friends, including gallerist Charlotte York (Davis) and attorney Miranda Hobbes (Nixon), now in the their 50s. However, the 10 half-hour episode installment, which begins production in late spring, will not include sex-pot publicist Samantha Jones (Cattrall).
Fans are less than stoked.
“Sex and the City without Kim Cattrall is like watching porn without Sex. Samantha is the powerhouse of #Sexandthecity,” wrote @MusewitheMoon on Twitter.
Even more savagely, writer Gerry Stergiopoulos tweeted, “‘Sex and the City’ without Samantha is like ‘Snow White & the 7 Dwarfs’ without Snow White. Just the dwarfs…
ps. Don’t you DARE to criticise Kim Katrall [sic] for walking away with grace. Miss @KimCattrall is one of the nicest people I have encountered in my life!”
The feud between ‘SATC’ costars has been well publicized for years following the original series end in 2004, after six years on air. The four women went on to make two sequel films, which premiered in theaters in 2008 and 2010. Since then, Cattrall has been pitted against her three former on-screen colleagues in the headlines. Insiders claimed that tensions arose early in the series, with Cattrall being called “a scene-stealer in the best possible sense,” despite Parker playing the show’s heroine.
In 2017, sources claimed that Cattrall had been the force behind the demise of a third sequel, with Parker saying she was “disappointed” by the outcome. “We had this beautiful, funny, heartbreaking, joyful, very relatable script,” she said at the time in a statement.
Cattrall was quickly blamed as the reason for the third sequel’s non-starter.
“The answer was always no,” Cattrall told Piers Morgan during an interview in response to Parker’s 2017 announcement. “I never asked for any money, I never asked for any projects. To be thought of as some kind of diva is ridiculous.”
Parker brushed off murmurings of a feud on Monday morning, according to Page Six.
After fans on social media voiced their disappointment, Parker echoed their sentiments.
“Happy to see you back but will miss Kim/Samantha,” one commenter wrote on 55-year-old Parker’s Instagram, to which she replied, “We will too. We loved her so. X”