When the Sex and the City revival series And Just Like That… premiered on HBO in December 2021, it brought much-needed fun and Fendi baguette bags into our lives.
Last year, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis confirmed that they will be reprising their roles as Mr. Big (Carrie Bradshaw), Steve Brady (Miranda Hobbes), and Harry Goldenblatt, respectively, in a follow-up series to their hit Nineties and Noughties drama (Charlotte York).
Following the death of Big, Bradshaw is seen navigating life as a single fifty-something, Hobbes splits from Brady to move to Los Angeles with her non-binary comedian partner Che Diaz, and York navigates parenting two children with her ever adorable partner in the most recent series, written by Michael Patrick King. Despite the fact that Kim Cattrall declined to participate in the film, her character Samantha Jones is mentioned several times in the reboot and now resides in London.
However, the remake has been marred by controversy, not only because of Cattrall's refusal to participate, but also because portions involving actor Chris Noth (Mr Big) were cut after sexual misconduct charges surfaced shortly after episode one of AJLT… aired. All of the allegations have been refuted by Noth.
Is a Second Season of and Just Like That… Confirmed?
Yes! Season two of And Just Like That has been confirmed. HBO Max has confirmed that the popular spin-off will be renewed for a second season as of March 21.'I am happy and excited to write more stories about these bright, brave characters — performed by these powerful, fantastic actors,' showrunner Michael Patrick King said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter.
‘To be honest, we're all ecstatic.' ‘And with that, our sex life has returned.'
The 10-episode first season ended on February 3, 2022, and up until now, there have only been hints from actors and producers that a second, 10-part season might be in the works.'The creative conversations haven't transpired yet, but everyone is feeling positive about the programme,' a source told Page Six.Meanwhile, Casey Bloys, HBO and HBO Max's chief content officer, told Vulture last year that a second season is “definitely a conversation we'll have—for sure.” But we haven't made any decisions or taken any action.
‘I'm going to let these guys figure out what they want to accomplish, but I'm pleased with what they've done so far.' I'll tell you, it's exactly what you'd expect from a show like this. It's as if you're catching up with old pals and haven't missed a beat,' he continued. Sarita Choudhury, who portrays real estate agent Seema Patel in the first season of AJLT…, told Entertainment Tonight that she is hoping for a second season.
“I wonder,” I was wondering the other day. Because there's a moment at which they'll tell you whether there is or not, and we're not there yet. “God, I hope there is,” I was thinking. Also, you know when you bring in new characters and you just start establishing and everyone gets acclimated to all of us having grown up, Carrie has grown up, I was thinking.
‘I think the second [season] would be able to jump right into who they truly are, rather than acclimating the viewers to what they're witnessing now.' So I'd want to see a second season, but I'm not sure.'
Parker recently appeared on Andy Cohen's What Happens Live, where she cryptically discussed John Corbett's character Aidan Shaw's position in a follow-up series.'Having said that, I believe he'd be… well, I'm not going to — I mean, yes, everything is possible… everything is possible,' she remarked of Shaw's return for Series 2.
Could Kim Cattrall Make a Cameo in Season Two of and Just Like That…?
We believe the answer is most likely ‘no,' but never say never.'I don't think [Cattrall] would return,' Bloys replied when asked if she could return in a future season if it was commissioned. They handled it quite carefully and well, in my opinion. Those aren't the kinds of talks I expect to have.'
While Cattrall hasn't spoken out about the relaunch, some of the show's cast members have mentioned her absence in interviews. Parker, Hobbes, and York Goldenblatt tell Bitsy von Muffling in the first season's opening scenes that Jones is living in London ‘for work,' and subsequently explain how the relocation was precipitated by a disagreement with the three.
Nixon recently told us about how the show handles Jones: ‘I actually love it, I think it's amazing – the way we confront it, head on.”We show that there are multiple layers to it. There's what you tell casual acquaintances about the circumstance, and then when you're alone and discuss it with your friends, you reach a deeper level of pain and perplexity. We adore this character and wish to treat her with the utmost respect.'
When Will the Second Season of and Just Like That… Be Released?
Given that a second season has yet to be ordered, we highly doubt that it will air this year, even if it is confirmed.On January 11, 2021, Parker, Nixon, and Davis stated that season one was in the works. The season's filming came to a close on November 8th.
This video was taken from YouTube. You might be able to find the same information in a different format, or more information, on their website.As a result, we have a suspicion that if a second season is in the works, we'll see it around mid to late 2023.
What Would Happen in the Second Season of and Just Like That…?
Season one certainly only scratched the surface of the protagonist's complicated relationships, but your estimate is as good as ours.Patel and club owner Z, who started dating at the conclusion of season one, would still be together (with the occasional open relationship jaunt) and taking over the New York City social scene, one Old Fashioned at a time, if we could think up a second season.
Despite sharing a passionate kiss with her podcast producer Franklyn (Ivan Hernandez), Bradshaw would be back on the dating scene and working on a new book, while York Goldenblatt and her husband would be as happily married as ever, adjusting to their daughters' newfound dating habits.
Given the comedian's admission that they don't want to follow traditional dating tropes, Diaz and Hobbes will most likely have broken up, while Brady (Steve, not his and Hobbes' teenage son, FYI) will be in a relationship with a younger bartender in Brooklyn and still enjoy his movie nights and ice cream toppings.
Is There a Trailer for the Second Season of and Just Like That…?
No, and given that a second season is only rumored to be in the works, we doubt we'll see one for a long time if it is approved.As more information becomes available, we will continue to update this story. but wee have some information regarding this season on u tube u can enjoy this video