Miranda is also ready to take her Max series relationship with Che Diaz to the next level, returning this June. Plus, Aidan is back.
“Sex and the City” fans couldn’t help but wonder when “And Just Like That” would return to HBO Max — now just Max — after Season 1 ended to mixed acclaim but the usual fan enthusiasm in 2022 in February. The wait is over as the ‘SATC’ sequel series reuniting Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis is returning to the streaming platform this June and a trailer for season 2 has just been released. You can view it below.
“And Just Like That” Season 1 found Carrie (Parker) not quite ready to move on from Mr. Big after his sudden and rather operatively staged death at a Peloton (leading to a drop in Peloton sales IRL ). But in Season 2, she’s back on the dating scene, chasing “post-bereavement sex” in the shadow of her husband’s death.
Meanwhile, Charlotte (Davis) continues to diversify her circle of friends and grapple with her children’s budding sexuality. Then there’s Miranda (Nixon), a newly emancipated queer woman who has been in a relationship with radio host Che Diaz (Sara Ramirez) while she’s in college.
The new season sees the return of “And Just Like That” MVP fan favorite Sarita Choudhury as Carrie’s free-spirited broker, Nicole Ari Parker as Charlotte’s friend Lisa Todd Wexley, and Karen Pittman as Dr. Nya Wallace, who has her own relationship troubles. plus series favorites Mario Cantone, David Eigenberg and Evan Handler.
Oh, here’s another surprise: Carrie is apparently ready to be Aidan Shaw’s booth again, as we get to see her longtime ex (whom she disastrously betrayed Biggel in season 3) at the very end of the trailer. the original series before being dumped again in the days after their Season 4 engagement when they reunited with Carrie outside the steps of her apartment. (John Corbett previously confirmed Aidan’s return this season after spreading rumors of the possibility around Season 1 production.)
The series is executive produced by Michael Patrick King, John Melfi, Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky, Parker, Davis and Cynthia Nixon. Writers included King, Samantha Irby, Susan Fales-Hill, Lucas Froehlich, Rachel Palmer, Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky. Directors included King, Cynthia Nixon, Ry Russo-Young and Rottenberg.
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