Sarah Jessica Parker returns as Carrie alongside Cynthia Nixon as Miranda Hobbes and Kristin Davis as Charlotte York Goldenblatt for sequel series, which is due on HBO Max in 2022. Ever since filming began in July, the trio, who also serve as executive producers, have been photographed filming on the streets of Manhattan, and behind-the-scenes snaps show them looking as chic as ever.
The 10-episode series is set to follow Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte as the navigate life as 50-somethings. Kim Cattrall‘s Samantha Jones is not returning for the series, but there will be plenty of familiar faces.
Chris Noth is set to appear as Carrie’s true love, Mr. Big/John Preston, Evan Handler will again play Charlotte’s husband, Harry Goldenblatt, and David Eigenberg reprises his role as Steve Brady, with whom Miranda shares a son. Willie Garson and Mario Cantone return as Stanford Blatch and Anthony Martino, who married in 2010’s Sex and the City 2 film.
Some new faces have already been spotted in the BTS pics, including Niall Cunningham, who plays Brady, Miranda and Steve’s son. The lawyer gave birth in 2002, which would make her son about 20 in the new streaming show.
The set photos also included Charlotte with her daughters. Charlotte and Harry adopted Lily from China in the 2006 series finale, and she’ll be played by Cathy Ang. Charlotte’s younger daughter, Rose, was born in the 2008 SATC movie, and Alexa Swinton will play the little sister.
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The roster of new characters also includes Grey’s Anatomy alum Sara Ramírez as Che Diaz, a non-binary, queer, stand-up comedian who often features Carrie on their podcast. Sarita Choudhury, Nicole Ari Parker, and Karen Pittman have also been announced as new cast members, but no details have been released about their connection to the primary trio.
Of course, the biggest character is always the city. New York City is home to the production, and the show has already visited some iconic landmarks, such as the Whitney Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, to film new scenes.
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