And Just Like That appeared on HBO’s new sequel to “Sex and the City”
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A favorite of many people, old, with many seasons, an established series, “Sex and the City”, returned with a new title – And Just Like That, and it was as if we rediscovered it. If you say that “Sex and the City” is worn out already and would return- it is not worn out, but on the contrary, it is even better and more fun. Despite the unconvincing beginning of the incident with The Big, I do not say what, so that there is no spoiler, the story goes on normally, intriguing, fascinating and fun. I look forward to each episode, which seems to be arriving too slow.
Despite the unconvincing beginning of the incident with The Big, I do not say what, so that there is no spoiler, the story goes on normally, intriguing, fascinating and fun. I look forward to each episode, which seems to be arriving too slow.
And don’t think it’s just for women, housewives, unemployed people who have nothing else to do. It is also watched by men, who are active, completely normal, working people.
Our favorite chicks – Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte York (Kristin Davis), Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon), despite their adulthood, continue to laugh, doubt, share and have fun together like girls, just like that. We miss Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall) and the main characters miss her, but the actress had some arguments with the producers, one of whom is Sarah Jessica Parker, whether it was for money, for fame or for something else, so they found a clever way to take her out without much confusion.
Finally, I would like to honor the death of one of the actors, Willie Garson, who played their gay friend, Stanford. He managed to shoot a few episodes, but cancer overcame him and at the age of 57 he ended his earthly journey.
For a pleasant break, but without a taste of fast food, on the contrary, as a gourmet bistro experience, I recommend the new season of Sex and the City – And Just Like That on HBO MAX.
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