The “Sex and the City” spinoff “And Just Like That…” finally has a trailer and a premiere date.
Premiering December 9 on HBO Max, the show will pick up a decade and change after Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte York (Kristin Davis), Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) and Samathan Jones (Kim Cattrall) were last onscreen — although the reboots will notably be sans Samantha.
The much-anticipated show will follow the women as they make the transition from navigating life, love, and friendship in their 30s to navigating it in their 50s.
The trailer shows Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda dining out together while Carrie’s signature voiceover intones: “They say some things never change.”
Carrie is then shown podcasting with new character Che Diaz, a queer nonbinary comedian and social media personality played by Sara Ramirez (“Grey’s Anatomy”), and later SJP is shown sharing a smooch with Mr. Big (Chris Noth), who’s also returning to the show, and strolling with Stanford Blatch (the late Willie Garson).
“The city reinvents itself,” Carrie’s voiceover continues. “And just like that, a new chapter begins.”
Can’t wait until Dec. 9 to reunite with the gals? Well, you could always rent a night at Carrie’s iconic NYC apartment, thanks to a new “recreation” from Airbnb.
In fact, the apartment is a treasure trove of replicas “Sex and the City” fans will fondly recall, and even includes a circa-2000 cordless phone for chatting about sex with girlfriends and a laptop to get your creative-writer juices flowing.
“We worked hand-in-hand with Warner Bros. and Sarah Jessica Parker to re-create the space in the most authentic way possible, full of Easter eggs to surprise and delight fans,” Airbnb spokesperson Liz DeBold Fusco told The Post, noting that the facsimile will “look and feel like the cozy, homey space Carrie created.”
And BTW on a trivial pursuit note: SJP still owns every one of those iconic outfits and props from the original series.
“I had all of the original stuff in my own storage,” the 56-year-old actress told Vogue for their December cover story.
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