Just Like That... has continued to chronicle Carrie, Miranda , and Charlottes evolving love lives ever since Sex and the City first introduced these characters back in 1998. Season 1 of And Just Like That premiered in December 2021, featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis reprising their roles as Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes, and Charlotte York, respectively. However, most of Sex And The Citys main cast did indeed return for the new series, including Sarah Jessica Parker, who played Carrie Bradshaws character, Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda, and Kristen Davis, who played Charlotte. Set 11 years after the events of 2010s Sex and the City 2, the series stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristen Davis, Mario Cantone, David Eigenberg, Willie Garson, Evan Handler, and Chris Noth, with Sarah Jessica Parker reprising her role from the original series, as well as Sara Ramirez and Sarita Choudhury as new characters. Given their confirmed reunion, we can speculate that Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon are both set to appear in Season 2, with the possibility that Kristin Davis, who plays Charlotte, is also going to make an appearance. Last year, actors Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis announced that Sarah Jessica Parker, the actress, will be appearing in the series continuation of her respective roles, Mr. Big Steve Brady Harry Goldblatt Carrie Bradshaw). There are many questions and rumors flying -- such as which actors are returning, what the second season could look like. While we are waiting to hear more about what is going on with the original HBO Max, we are going to guess the platform is abuzz with the Sex & The City revival, and that... it is getting a second season anyway. It was just announced via Deadline that John Corbett, the actor behind The Dreamy Aidan Shaw The Dreamy Aidan Shaw, is joining season two of And Just Like That..., the HBO Max continuation of the HBO Classics Sex and the City HBO Classics series Sex and the City. Now, John Corbett, the actor behind the dreamy love interest, Aidan Carry The dreamy love interest, Aidan Carry, is reportedly returning for a multi-episode arc, according to Deadline. Actor John Corbett is reportedly slated to rejoin the show, injecting himself into Carrie Bradshaws life once again, according to Deadline. As for Parker, she recently appeared on What Happened Live with Andy Cohen, and spoke in an unsubtle way of how the role of Aidan Shaw, the character played by John Corbett, will play a part in a subsequent series. According to EW, Nicole Ari Parkers going to be playing Liza Todd Wexley, Carrie Bradshaws new best friend. If you are keeping up with all of Carries latest updates on her reboot, you know it was previously confirmed that Carries former boyfriend Aidan , who she shared a kiss with in, not least, the second STC film, would also return to the screen in a TV reboot. Back in New York, Carries first podcast, Sex and the City, was a hit; Carrie and Franklyn shared a romantic kiss afterwards. While Sex and the City is looking for a last resting place for Bigs ashes in Paris, he texts Samanthas number, and the two agree to meet up for drinks. While Kim Cattralls is not appearing on Season 2 of And Just Like That, series showrunner Michael Patrick King confirmed text messages sent to Carrie will continue. Showrunner Michael Patrick King later confirmed with Deadline that it was never planned for Aidan to come back during the death of Big in Season 1. After the February finale, executive producer Michael Patrick King explained to Deadline why Aidan did not make an appearance this season, which dealt with the fallout from Carreys husband, Mr. Big , dying at the end of episode one. His character, JohnMr. Big Preston, died in the series premiere; his character was supposed to make a brief appearance in the season finale, but, as he did, producers decided to cut that scene. The new series explained his absence through a letter to Carrie in the fourth episode. Prior to its formal renewal, King hinted he was open to continuing Carrie, Miranda, and Charlottes stories. Fans were hoping that this could be a fast turn around: Season 1 began filming in Spring 2021 , with the first episode dropping the following December. The first table read was held June 11, 2021, at the studios of the original series, located in New York. It was also confirmed that Patricia Field, a long-time costume designer for the series and an associate, will not be returning to work on the revival. In December 2020, it was reported that an Original Series revival was being developed on HBO Max, with the possibility of Kim Cattralls Samantha Jones character returning. In December 2020, it was reported that a proposed third movie screenplay had been reworked into a revival miniseries for HBO Maxs original TV series Sex and the City, with no return for Carrie as Samantha, consistent with his earlier comments. The ending definitely leaves plenty to be expanded on going forward, with a new Carrie podcast, jokingly called Sex and the City, and a new love interest for her, Franklin . By the time the Season 1 finale wrapped, Sex and the City had a whole new podcast and was starting a new love affair with Franklin, played by Ivan Hernandez.