The highly-anticipated second season of the spin-off series "And Just Like That..." has been eagerly awaited by fans of the original "Sex and the City" series. The new season stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Mario Cantone, Evan Handler, David Eigenberg, Nicole Ari Parker, Sara Ramírez, Sarita Choudhury, Christopher Jackson, Niall Cunningham, Cathy Ang and Alexa Swinton, and is set to air in June 2023.
Exciting New Additions to the Cast
The first trailer for the second season has been released, and it promises to be full of surprises. In the trailer, Charlotte and Harry's daughter, Lily, warns her parents that she is ready to lose her virginity, and in a stunning twist, Carrie's ex-boyfriend, John Corbett, makes an appearance at the end of the trailer.
According to Deadline, Corbett is "set for a substantial, multi-episode arc."
Fans React to the Trailer
Fans of the series have expressed their excitement for the new season on social media. Comments such as "This finally looks like a real 'Sex and the City'" and "I can't wait" have been flooding the internet since the trailer was released.
Some fans have even expressed their hope that certain characters will be written out of the series, while others have expressed their love for their favorite characters.
Showrunner and Cast Speak Out
Showrunner Michael Patrick King expressed his excitement for the new season, stating, “I am delighted and excited to tell more stories about these vibrant, bold characters — played by these powerful, amazing actors.
The fact is, we’re all thrilled. And Just Like That ... our Sex life is back”. Sarah Aubrey, head of original content for HBO Max, added, “We have been delighted by the cultural conversation generated by these characters and their stories, set in a world we already know and love so much.
We are proud of the work Michael Patrick King and our wonderful writers, producers, cast, and crew have done to bring these stories to the screen. We can’t wait for fans to see what’s in store for season two”.
In February, King spoke to Variety about the changes that were in store for Stanford's character, saying, "Before I knew that Willie was sick and couldn’t complete it, Stanford was going to have a midlife crisis. Stanford’s character always had a borderline career as a manager, and we were like going to explore the fact that it wasn’t a real career. It was going to be Carrie and him, feeling the shifts."