Sex and the City

Fans won't have to wait much longer for "And Just Like That."
"And just like that, she’s gonna be just fine," one person tweeted after news of the "Sex and the City" actor's forthcoming role was announced.
"What am I going to do about it? Stop aging? Disappear?" Parker said to critics of her appearance ahead of the new revival series.
The author said Carrie Bradshaw's troubled romance with Mr. Big was an example of "why people should not base their lives on a TV show."
In a moving Instagram post, Parker said she will “miss everything about” her “Sex and the City” co-star.
The “Sex and the City” actor quietly addressed her friend and co-star’s death with a short note on Chris Noth’s Instagram tribute.
Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, and many others from the hit HBO series mourned the death of the actor who played Stanford Blatch.
The actor was famous for playing Stanford Blatch on the hit HBO show.
The HBO Max preview of the "Sex and the City" revival dropped after the Emmy Awards.
Kim Cattrall’s former “Mannequin” co-star cannot imagine “And Just Like That” without Samantha Jones.
The actor said she was "thrilled and terrified" as she stepped back into Carrie Bradshaw's Manolos for "And Just Like That...," due this fall on HBO Max.
The "Grey's Anatomy" star joins "And Just Like That..." as Che Diaz, a queer comedian who features Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie on their podcast.
"I felt humiliated and powerless. All I had wanted, as a semi-broke 20-something, was a steady job and to be treated fairly."
If Page Six is correct, actor Chris Noth is joining Kim Cattrall in sitting out “And Just Like That...,” HBO Max's forthcoming "SATC" revival.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis will take home a massive paycheck for the HBO Max revival series.
"And Just Like That" with Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, begins production in late spring for HBO Max.
The actor is talking about the backlash she received after opting out of a third "SATC" film. HBO Max, meanwhile, is said to be planning to revive the franchise.
The actor, who played Carrie's pal Stanford Blatch, said he found questions about his sexuality "offensive to gay people" during the run of the HBO series.
Netflix’s new series aims for cosmopolitan fantasy but doesn’t quite hit the mark.