The celebs of And Simply Like That…, together with Sarah Jessica Parker and Sara Ramírez, are teasing that the Intercourse and the Metropolis spinoff has began manufacturing on its second season.
On Wednesday, September 21, Parker shared a photograph from the desk learn of Season 2’s first episode, exhibiting the title web page of the script. “Simply this a lot. For now. X, SJ,” she wrote on Instagram alongside the photograph, which had the title of the episode crossed out.
Ramírez posted an analogous image on her Instagram account, exhibiting off the quilt pages of the primary two episodes of the second season. The photograph additionally included Ramírez’s title card alongside the title of her character, Che, and a HBO Max “Social Media Pointers” pocket book.
Evan Handler, who performs Harry within the hit tv sequence, additionally shared photos on his social media, together with his title card and the doorway to Silvercup Studios, the place the desk learn was going down. Handler was additionally snapped by the wardrobe division, which posted an image of Handler making an attempt on a brand new swimsuit for the upcoming second season.
And Simply Like That… premiered on December 9, 2021, as a revival and a sequel of Intercourse and the Metropolis, created by Darren Star. It’s set 11 years after the occasions of the 2010 movie Intercourse and the Metropolis 2 and stars Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Handler, Mario Cantone, David Eigenberg, and Willie Garson, all reprising roles from the unique sequence. Season 2 will see the return of John Corbett as Aidan Shaw.
Whereas it was initially billed as a miniseries, the present was renewed for a second season earlier this yr. “I’m delighted and excited to inform extra tales about these vibrant, daring characters – performed by these highly effective, superb actors,” mentioned government producer Michael Patrick King in a press release. “The actual fact is, we’re all thrilled. And Simply Like That… our Intercourse life is again.”
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