Sarah Jessica Parker shares Sex and the City reboot pics—and we can't wait!

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UNITED STATES - SEPTEMBER 21: Kirsten Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Davis and Sex And The City Cast Reunite for their feature movie ...filming on Park Ave at e55th st (Photo by Richard Corkery/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
Filming has started for the Sex and the City reunion
(Image credit: Richard Corkery/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)

Sex and the City's spin-off series, And Just Like That, is officially in production as the stars share behind-the-scenes snaps from filming. 

Talk of a reunion has been on the cards for a while but now the show's main star, Sarah Jessica Parker—who plays Carrie—has confirmed filming has officially begun. 

With more actors having been confirmed for Sex and the City, Sarah delighted fans by confirming the cast has already reunited for the "1st Table Read".

Despite playing Carrie for six seasons, Sarah confessed she felt "nervous" about the return to work.

As if that wasn't enough to thrill fans, Sarah posed alongside the show's original cast member, Cynthia Nixon—who plays Miranda—and Kristin Davis—who plays Charlotte.

"Together again," she captioned the iconic shot. 

Cynthia shared the same photo and gushed over the women's friendship.

"Friendship never goes out of style," she wrote.

Sadly, there's one friendship that won't be rekindled in the spin-off series as Kim Cattrall—who played Samantha in the hit series—will be noticeably absent as the actor is not taking part in the historic reunion, with her character being written out of the show.

It follows claims of a "toxic" environment backstage.

Tensions between Kim Cattrall and Sarah-Jessica Parker have long been public knowledge, with their feud reportedly dating back to the series' early days. 

But with Samantha often credited as the backbone of the iconic foursome, fans are now wondering how writers will justify the loss of its boldest character.


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“Friendships fade, and new friendships start. So I think it is all very indicative of the real stages, the actual stages of life,” HBO executive Casey Bloys told TVLine on Wednesday. “They’re trying to tell an honest story about being a woman in her 50s in New York. So it should all feel somewhat organic, and the friends that you have when you’re 30, you may not have when you’re 50.”

While Kim hasn't publicly addressed the show's revival, she did like a cryptic tweet on Twitter, applauding her for "putting herself first".

It read, "I applaud doing what is best for you and think this is a great example of putting yourself first.”

When asked whether she "disliked" Kim, Sarah said, “No. I don’t dislike her. I’ve never said that. Never would. Samantha isn’t part of this story, but she will always be part of us."