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Kim Cattrall 'likes' post on 'putting yourself first' after 'SATC' reboot news

Sarah Jessica Parker responds to fan questions about Kim Cattrall after new ‘Sex and the City’ series revival HBO Max to pay ‘Sex and the City’ sequel cast more than $1M each per episode
Adrian Cunningham | 14 January, 2021, 23:42

The series will have 10 half-hour episodes and will start production in New York City by spring. According to a portal, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis are all set to bank over United States dollars one million per episode for the 10 episode series.

The original HBO series fourth star, Kim Cattrall, will not return as Samantha. No release date has been announced.

The site lists several possibilities, including that Samantha either "passed away", "moved out of New York City", "won't be mentioned in the first episode" or is "confined to a prison or institution".

So far everything we know at the moment about the 'Sex and the City'.

Kim Cattrall had a passive reaction to Sex and the City's recent revival.

LG Rollable teased again with hands-on videos of its extending display
The Rollable's screen tech will be powered by BOE Technology Group - a Chinese electronic components producer. The next display of the LG Rollable would be found right at the end of the press con, which names the device.

Some fans, on the other hand, thought that Samantha may have died, especially if her breast cancer returned. Parker, who will also produce alongside Nixon, Davis and Michael Patrick King. Despite this unfortunate news, it was HBO that officially made a statement.

As you might have heard, a Sex and the City revival is being made, and nearly all the main cast members have announced their involvement - all but one! Parker's signature voiceover accompanies the clips.

Unsurprisingly, many Sex and the City fans cheered about the revival underneath Parker's post.

To recall, Emily in Paris is a fish-out-water romantic comedy about an American marketing executive living the dream in the French capital. She was one of the firsts to tease that "Sex and the City 3" was happening. The original show premiered in 1998 and ran for six seasons until 2004. Here are some ways the show can deal with Samantha not being on the new show.

Good news! Sex and the City is returning for all fangirls and boys out there! Questions remain unveiled with their personal life. Although Samantha's absence is a bummer, we got Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte.