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And just like that…season 2 of the Sex and the City reboot is underway! Sarah Jessica Parker and Sara Ramírez both teased their scripts during a table read and the show’s costume designers shared a small glimpse into the new season.

“Just this much. For now. X, SJ,” Parker captioned her photo on Instagram of her script for episode 201 of And Just Like That with the title crossed out. Ramírez, who portrays Miranda’s comedian love interest Che, also shared a photo, featuring a booklet of HBO Max’s “Social Media Guidelines.”

Evan Handler, who portrays Charlotte’s husband Harry, posted a pic of his AJLT name card for season 2 in a carousel featuring the entrance to Silvercup Studios in Queens where the gathering took place. “It’s happeninggggg…,” he captioned the post.

The actor also stopped by the wardrobe department, lead by Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago, for a fitting. The duo shared a snap on social media of Handler suited up, captioning the post, “@baggageehandler stepping into new shoes S2 EPS 1 @justlikethatmax 🛎🛎💖💖.”

Sarah Jessica Parker in the season finale of And Just Like That
Sarah Jessica Parker in the season finale of And Just Like That (Photo: Craig Blankenhorn/HBO Max)

Starring Parker, Kristen Davis and Cynthia Nixon as Carrie Bradshaw, Charlotte York Goldenblatt, and Miranda Hobbes respectively, the HBO Max original series also features Ramírez, Handler, Sarita Choudhury, Nicole Ari Parker, Karen Pittman, Mario Cantone, and David Eigenberg.

John Corbett, who played Aiden in the original series, is set to join the And Just Like That cast for its second season as well. 

In the season finale of And Just Like That, Carrie texted Samantha Jones, played by Kim Cattrall, asking to meet while she was in Paris spreading Mr. Big’s ashes. Michael Patrick King, the showrunner of the HBO Max series, told Variety that he and his writing team are planning to work Samantha into the storyline more, despite confirming that Cattrall herself will not return to the show.

So when will the series finally come back to screens? Showrunner Michael Patrick King told Variety that production will begin in October 2022, so the new season may be ready to stream by summer 2023. Stay tuned for more updates!

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