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    Sarah Jessica Parker Shares The First Cast Photo From The "SATC" Reboot, Proving Friendships Never Go Out Of Style

    And Just Like That... our favorite New York City gal pals are taking the city by storm once again.

    We all know about the infamous Sex and the City revival and the discourse it has stoked.

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    And we've also been given some behind-the-scenes photos, as a treat.

    Well, the time is nigh. And Just Like That... had its first table read, and SJP did us all a favor by posting the first pic of the reunited cast!

    In the photo, we can see SJP (the Carrie Bradshaw), as well as Cynthia Nixon (who plays Miranda), and Kristin Davis (who plays Charlotte).

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    As Carrie says, "They say nothing lasts forever; dreams change, trends come and go, but friendships never go out of style."

    Can you spot the fourth character in the photo?

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    It's the city itself! SJP previously told TMZ that the miniseries isn't looking to create a new fourth character.

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    The city will take on a life of its own, literally!

    "Together again...alongside all the fellas and our newest cast members. Like an ice cream sundae," SJP captioned the photo.

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    The cast is "together again," but I couldn't help but wonder exactly how the series will tackle the Samantha question. We know that the absence of the fan-favorite, played by Kim Cattrall, will be explained through the natural progression of friendships: “Friendships fade, and new friendships start. So I think it is all very indicative of the real stages, the actual stages of life," HBO Max chief content officer Casey Bloys told TVLine, saying the show isn't trying to "redo" the original.

    Before we got a glance at Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda, SJP teased production with a stroll down memory lane.

    So here's what else we know about the reboot so far:

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    The 10-episode show will follow the women in their fifties as they face even more complicated relationships and career challenges.

    The franchise is getting a major makeover in terms of representation.

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    The series will diversify both onscreen and offscreen, adding new characters such as Che Diaz, played by Grey's Anatomy star Sara Ramírez. The Tony winner will portray a nonbinary, queer stand-up comedian who hosts a podcast on which Bradshaw is regularly featured. The writers room, spearheaded by Michael Patrick King, is half-comprised of people of color, who join original writers Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky.

    And though there will be new characters, some of our old faves will be back, including Mr. Big (played by Chris Noth), who was previously rumored to not be joining the reboot!

    Now we wait (impatiently) for more details on a release date from HBO Max.

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