And Just Like That Episode 3

Otherwise, we might feel sorry for Bridget Moynahan’s character, Natasha Mills (previously Naginsky, formerly Preston), in And Just Like That.

If she weren’t so stunningly gorgeous, wealthy, and accomplished. In her twenties, she met and married Big in Paris, only to have him conduct an affair with Carrie in their flat.

And Just Like That Episode 3

When she discovers Carrie in her house, she goes after her, trips, and breaks a tooth, requiring her husband’s mistress to take her to the emergency room.

Carrie follows Natasha to a restaurant after she and Big split up, interrupting her meal to express her regret at having played a part in the couple’s divorce.

At least Natasha didn’t let Carrie get away with it without delivering one of the all-time great cutting quips from SATC: “Now, not only have you damaged my marriage… you’ve ruined my lunch.”

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And Just Like That Series

Michael Patrick King created the comedy-drama series And Just Like That… on HBO Max. Based on Candace Bushnell’s newspaper column.

And 1996 book anthology of the same name, Darren Star’s Sex and the City is both a revival and a sequel to the original HBO series.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Mario Cantone, David Eigenberg, Willie Garson, Evan Handler, and Chris Noth all return from Sex and the City 2 to reprise their roles.

While Sara Ramirez and Sarita Choudhury join the cast as new characters 11 years after the events of the 2010 film.

After a planned third film adaptation was scrapped in favour of a television series, production on the series began in December 2020.

In January of 2021, HBO Max gave the show a go light to go directly to series. Production on the film began in New York City in July of 2021, following a yearlong series of casting announcements.


The ladies from Sex and the City are back in our lives, and just like that! Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) and her friends haven’t been seen in New York for 23 years, but they’re back and better than ever.

In this new iteration of the show, Carrie and her pals Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) are in their 50s.

It’s exciting to see the ladies in this completely different stage of their lives, with an entirely new set of problems than what they dealt with in their 30s.

Even though things aren’t the same without Kim Cattrall reprising her role as the iconic Samantha Jones, who brought a lot of the sex in the city.