Sex and the City Revival Films on 82nd Street

A reboot of Sex and the City is in the works and it was filming in the neighborhood on Tuesday, causing some buzz. Erika Piik sent us the photos below — the top one shows Sarah Jessica Parker.

Here’s some info on the show from Harper’s Bazaar:

A 10-episode revival, titled And Just Like That…, is headed to HBO Max with members of the original cast: Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis. According to past reports, Kim Cattrall won’t return to reprise her role as Samantha Jones.

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    1. Jim Cash says:

      Toxic. Show that spawned innumerable nasty completely unnecessary spats with my former over the most nonsensical fantastic mutated reading of reality. Glad I found a better girl, hope that ex found happiness. Hope this show loses a fortune and embarrasses the participants. Have a nice day.

      • geoff says:

        in a nutshell, 👍🏽

      • John E. says:

        Divorce and the City…

      • SadforUWS says:

        Just because your ex was “difficult”, does not mean the show is toxic. It was not toxic, it was fun, much of it based in non-reality to be sure, but fun. Toxic is the Kardashians, which has truly warped a generation of young women’s minds in how a woman should dress, talk and behave (believe me, I’m no prude, but dressing like a prostitute is now mainstream thanks to that show). This continuation will be an enormous hit, HBO and the actors will make a lot of money.

      • Astrid says:

        Your level of bitterness is unhealthy. It’s just a TV show.

    2. World Peacenik says:

      The show’s phoniness could never have been set on the Amsterdam Avenue of my youth.

    3. EdNY says:

      Filming of any TV series (except maybe “The Donald Trump Story: The Origins of a Hero”) is good for the city. Provides jobs and revenue.

    4. Hey says:

      The reboot will be record breaking. Love it. Hate it. The fan base is anxiously awaiting

    5. TravelgalNYC says:

      For this longtime NY’er who was around the same age as the characters, I felt the show reflected so many of my experiences, not just with men but with women and other relationships. One of my faves, “A Woman’s Right to Shoes” still holds up today. I’m glad they’ve cast more diverse actors that more accurately represent NYC (being Asian-American myself). This will be a welcome guilty pleasure to watch when it comes out!

    6. Kath says:

      MAD ABOUT Kim Cattrall….come back, Girlfriend, ASAP!