Stream service HBO Max is considering a return to the screens of the TV series “Sex and the City”. According to Deadline, negotiations are underway with the creators and stars of the project to create a reboot that will be released on the streaming platform in a miniseries format.
“Sex and the City” premiered on HBO in June 1998. The project ran for six seasons and ended in February 2004. In the center of the plot – four bosom friends Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha. Four bright personalities, four views on life, and four ways to overcome problems. Independent New Yorkers, bravely stepping over thirty, are confident and frank with each other.
After the series was closed, two full-length sequels were released, and in 2013 the CW channel released the prequel “The Carrie Diaries”.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon are expected to return for the relaunch in familiar roles, but Kim Cattrall has no plans to be involved in the project.