What Jennifer Hudson Thinks About Returning To Sex And The City

Carla Harmon
January 14, 2021

Good news! Sex and the City is returning for all fangirls and boys out there!

Sarah Jessica Parker likely knew fans would be inquiring about Kim Cattrall's absence from the new "Sex and the City" trailer that was revealed on Sunday, and the Carrie Bradshaw performer certainly was ready. The bad news? One of the main characters will be missing in action.

If you spent most of the quarantine binge-watching reruns of Gossip Girl and laughing with the girls of Sex and the City then you're in luck because HBO has confirmed both reboots for these high demand popular shows. Although Samantha's absence is a bummer, we got Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte. Production will, of course, be in New York City. In addition to this, the chick flick will be produced by Michael Patrick King. It was announced that there will be 10 episodes and the original creators, Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage are executive producers behind the new version of the show. The show began as a story of women in their 30s who deal with the complexities of love and life.

In fact, she hasn't been on the best of terms with the rest of the cast either and back in 2017, while chatting with Piers Morgan, she admitted that they'd never been friends behind the cameras. According to the outlet, the sky-high salary actually isn't that shocking - although we are still shocked - because this has basically become the going rate for big stars to make big TV shows.

She also told a fan, "No, I don't dislike her", referring to Cattrall. No matter where we are or what we do, ' she responded. Fans are displeased by this choice, but sources state that Kim Cattrall made it clear that she does not want to be a part of any Sex and the Cityreboot since the movie.

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