The new chapter of the cult series 'Sex and the City' celebrates its free TV premiere on VOX on September 13th. 'And Just like That...' can be seen in a double episode from 8:15 p.m. Afterwards, VOX also shows a 'Celebrity! Special' about Sarah Jessica Parker (57) at 10 p.m. The ten episodes are broadcast every Tuesday on VOX and are also available on RTL+ since September 10th . Parallel to the TV broadcast, 'And Just like That...' is also on TV VOX live stream on RTL+ to see.
The sequel to the HBO series takes place eleven years after the events of the film and follows the three friends in their 50s. After the many restrictions of the corona pandemic, the three meet regularly again and go to New York events in their usual style. While Carrie has found happiness with Mr. Big (Chris Noth, 67), Miranda goes back to college and Charlotte tries to keep up with her teenagers.
The earth has moved on, just as the world of girlfriends has moved on. 'We had the idea of returning in this way with a new, slightly more diverse world,' Davis describes the continuation of the series. Despite the new characters finding their place in the project, the connection between the actresses is still there. Nixon praises director Michael Patrick King (67). He 'really focused on the heart of each of these characters and also their connection to one another'. The women's friendship is stronger than ever. 'It's really great to be back together,' Parker enthuses. 'I didn't think it would actually happen.
The first episode of the award-winning series 'Sex and the City' flickered across screens in 1998. It is based on the book of the same name by Candace Bushnell (63). The protagonists are four New Yorkers: Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall, 66), Charlotte York (Kristin Davis, 57) and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon, 56).
In a column for a New York newspaper called 'Sex and the City,' Carrie writes about the sex lives of her fellow citizens. With her best friends she is looking for the man or love adventure of her life. The four women are sometimes more and sometimes less lucky. After the history of the group of friends ended for the time being, the first film came out in 2008. 'Sex and the City 2' followed two years later.
The 'Sex and the City' stars will have to do without Samantha (Kim Cattrall) for the sequel 'And Just Like That...' as she now lives in London. So she won't appear in the first season, but since the character still exists in the series universe, she could potentially return in a second season. The showrunners have already announced that she will appear in the second season, but whether she will also be seen on camera has not yet been confirmed.
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