Short time left: And Just Like That, the new chapter of Sex and the City, will land on the platform on December 9th Sky, which has also just unveiled the teaser of the series, and streaming on Now. The new events of the most famous group of New York friends will be broadcast in ten episodes (two a week) simultaneously with HBO, and there is already talk of a possible sequel.
At the end of the shoot, in fact, just a week ago, the protagonist Sarah Jessica Parker he shared in a story on Instagram his passage in the studios with a cryptic phrase that gave rise to speculation: “This is my last walk as Carrie. At the moment».
Of course, if a second season of And Just Like That there will be, much will depend on the answer that the new adventures of Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte – “orphans” of Samantha due to the no by Kim Cattrall returning to the set – they will get from the public. It is not excluded that seeing one’s icons of youth with a few gray hairs, a few more wrinkles and all the difficulties of life on them can create a somewhat alarming mirror effect on the spectators. And this, mind you, without falling into poisonous and unjust misogynistic attacks on advancing age, like those already suffered by Sarah Jessica Parker.
The actress, in fact, recently told of how many insults, in recent months, she and her colleagues have received for not being the same as when they were 30 years old. “What am I supposed to do, disappear?” Protested Parker, now 56, “An actress cannot be faulted for her chronological age: you can do it for the way it says, if anything, but not for the years marked on the identity card. There is so much misogynistic talk around us, a man would never have been given. ‘
However, the aura of worship that is around the series and the anticipation that has arisen for the sequel bodes well. Darren Star and producers, including three lead actresses Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cinthia Nixon, executive producers. And even if there are already those who say that without Samantha it will not be the same thing, the cast, in which it resists solidly Chris Noth alias Mr Big, has been enriched with new members and new characters.
During the shoot, however, everyone had to say goodbye to Willie Garson – the Stanford Blatch who has been Carrie’s trusted friend since the first series – who died at the age of 57 last September after a long illness. “Your absence is a crater that I will fill with the blessing that these memories are and all the others that will resurface,” Sarah Jessica Parker wrote to him in a farewell post on Instagram. It will surely be missed by all the passionate fans of the series as well.