All of the Stars Returning for the ‘Sex and the City’ Prequel ‘And Just Like That…’
The 10-episode series, which is expected to begin production in New York this summer, will catch up with Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (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.”
“Everyone at And Just Like That… is thrilled to be able to continue the storylines of these beloved Sex and the City characters with the actors who made them so lovable,” said returning showrunner Michael Patrick King.
Here is everyone who is confirmed to be returning so far, starting with the latest additions.
Cantone will be reprising his role as Anthony Marentino, Charlotte’s fiery wedding planner. Anthony becomes close friends with Charlotte after organizing her first wedding and is often on-hand to dish out blunt and bawdy advice.
Garson returns as Stanford Blatch, the man who marries Anthony, his former nemesis, in Sex and the City 2. The quick-witted and classy Stanford is Carrie’s best male friend; the pair would often share confidences and advice with one another throughout the series.
Eigenberg is back as perpetual nice guy Steve Brady, Miranda’s on-and-off-again boyfriend and eventual husband.
Handler will once again portray Harry Goldenblatt, who joined the series as Charlotte’s Divorce Lawyer before the two started dating and eventually married. Harry and Charlotte have two daughters together.
As confirmed by HBO Max last month, Noth will reprise his role as Mr. Big, Carrie’s longtime lover. The pair got hitched in the first Sex and the City movie and were still together in the sequel, celebrating their second anniversary.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Parker returns as the iconic Carrie Bradshaw, the show’s narrator and lead character. Carrie’s “Sex and the City” newspaper column provides the backbone of the series, leading into the various storylines and narration of the episodes. She is married to Mr. Big.
Nixon is back as Miranda Hobbes, the career-focused lawyer who begins the series with an extremely cynical view towards relationships and men. However, Miranda softens over the years as she starts dating Steve, who she eventually marries. The couple also have a child together.
Davis reprises her role as Charlotte York, the former sorority girl turned art dealer who starts the series in the middle of divorce proceedings from her first husband. She later marries her Divorce Lawyer Harry after converting to Judaism, and the pair adopts a child together in the series finale. In the Sex and the City movie, Charlotte, who is still with Harry, falls pregnant and appears to be a stay-at-home mom in the sequel.