Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte are back! HBO reveals first trailer for ‘Sex and the City’ reboot

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The last time we got to see Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte together was in 2010 with the movie of Sex and the City and since then we wonder what would have happened to the lives of the most glamorous girls in all of New York. Well, HBO also asked himself the same question and that’s why he decided to create a new series called And Just Like That.

The series will follow the girls’ lives and their friendship as they approach their 50s. HBO has already revealed the premiere date and also gave us an incredible preview, so now we can wait impatiently for the next month.

It’s here, it’s here!

Finally, HBO gave us a small preview of the new series And Just Like That which will premiere on December 9. In the trailer, Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte can be seen together once more in New York City, while Carrie says:

Some things never change, but the truth is that life is full of surprises.

Seconds later, Carrie can be seen giving a kiss to a Mr. Big who already has gray hair, which indicates that the couple did not separate in all this time. Then she continues recounting:

And as its history unfolds, the city explodes.

Protagonists of the series and just like that walking together

Steve can then be seen giving a very emotional hug to an adult Brady and a beautiful Miranda. In addition, Natasha, Big’s second wife, is seen looking cold and sinister, so that in the end, Carrie concludes with a “And so, this is how a new chapter begins.”

Some of the rumors suggested that Carrie and Mr. Big could have separated, because in this new series two important loves in the life of the couple appear, Aidan and Natasha, and that indicated that the problems between them were enough.

We’ll have to wait until December to find out if this is real, but in the meantime, enjoy this little sneak peek.

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