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See Sarah Jessica Parker's Reply to a Fan Who Asked about Mr Big's Return to 'Sex and the City'

Afouda Bamidele
Jan 13, 2021
07:30 A.M.
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Sarah Jessica Parker piqued fans' curiosity in her social media accounts as she teased the return of Mr. Big on "Sex and the City."


TV star Sarah Jessica Parker’s interaction with a fan was quite interesting as she alluded to the return of Mr. Big's character as HBO plans to drop a "Sex and the City" spin-off. She shared a video that was captioned:

"I couldn’t help but wonder... where are they now? X, SJ @HBOMax @JustLikeThatMax #AndJustLikeThat #SATCNextChapter."

Sarah Jessica Parker at the 2017 Obie Awards at Webster Hall on May 22, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images


Parker's tease of the new trailer caused one fan to share their excitement on the series' return. The fan was glad their “favorite girls'' were returning on TV and asked about Chris Noth’s Mr. Big character.

To this, Parker replied with even more suspense as she asked the fan to wait and see. Two years ago, “Origin Podcast” host James Andrew Miller hinted that the third sequel of “Sex and the City” included the death of Mr. Big.


However, the sequel was scrapped because of Kim Cattrall’s exit. Miller claimed that the sequel’s plot pointed to the death of Mr. Big early in the film while leaving his love interest, Carrie, to heal from the tragedy through the rest of the movie.

Cattrall noted that she had fun working on the set of “Sex and the City” but she felt lucky exiting the show at this time.

A screenshot of Sarah Jessica Parker's response to a fan's comment on her instagram post | Photo: instagram.com/sarahjessicaparker/


Presently, the rebooted series is in the works and would have three of its original cast members present. Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon are to reprise their roles while Kim Cattrall would not be returning.

According to HBO, the rebooted series titled “And Just Like That” is a new chapter focusing on the lives of the main characters in their 50s. The show first aired on TV in 1998, with its storyline adapted from Candace Bushnell’s book.


While the characters are gearing to show their expertise, Cattrall in no way feels slighted as to why she would be excluded from the rebooted series.

In a recent interview on the “Women’s Prize for Fiction” podcast, Cattrall noted that she had fun working on the set of “Sex and the City” but she felt lucky exiting the show at this time.

In older times, Cattrall was outspoken about her desire to exit “Sex and the City.” She also noted that she was unbothered about the rumored cancellation. Now that the show is resuming, she does not mind being absent.