Carrie Bradshaw and the gang are continuing to take over Manhattan!
On July 27, Sarah Jessica Parker was seen filming scenes on the Upper West Side for And Just Like That..., the sequel series to Sex and the City. This time around, the actress was accompanied by Bridget Moynahan, who in the original show, played the ex-wife of Mr. Big, the man Carrie goes on to wed.
The first season of the HBO Max comedy will follow Carrie (SJP), Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) "as they navigate the journey from the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 30s to the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s."
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Moynahan, clad in a white dress and sandals, played Natasha in SATC, but she hasn't appeared since season 3, which aired back in 2000. So far, the Blue Bloods star has kept mum on her character's surprising return.
Plenty of other OG characters will be back as well, including Carrie's BFF Stanford Blatch, who's played by Willie Garson, Steve Brady (David Eigenberg) and Harry Goldenblatt (Evan Handler).
Filming near Amsterdam Ave. and 82nd St., Moynahan and Parker's characters sat down to have what seemed like a serious chat. Though Chris Noth, who plays Mr. Big, will also be making an appearance on the show, he's yet to be seen filming.
"I'm thrilled to be working with Chris again on And Just Like That..." producer Michael Patrick King shared when the exciting news broke. "How could we ever do a new chapter of the Sex and the City story without our Mr. Big?"
Always the fashionista, SJP's Bradshaw wore a blue collared shirt under an ankle-length patterned dress and a pair of blue platform heels.
While fans are excited for the series, many were disappointed to hear that Kim Cattrall decided not to come back as Samantha Jones. However, a new report claims that the door is always open for her return.
"There was obviously a concern that people would miss Kim and not be engaged but the response so far has been phenomenal," a source told the Daily Mail. "If she ever changes her mind, she can come back."
Take five! Producer King, who worked on the original series, chatted with the actress in between scenes.
The first season of the show will consist of ten 30-minute episodes, but the aforementioned Daily Mail source claimed a season renewal is "expected to be announced soon."