And Just Like That… Season 2 Release Date: S*ex and the City made a triumphant comeback in 2021 with a follow-up series called And Just Like That on HBO Max, more than 15 years — or more precisely, 17 years — after it stopped following six seasons on HBO.
Following Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) as they navigated the ups and downs of love, lust, and other life events in their 50s, the new installment in the franchise picked up 11 years after the events of the first two theatrical films, which left off with 2010’s S*ex and the City 2.
The sitcom was revived for a second season following a highly regarded and talked-about 10-episode debut that saw the death of Mr. Big (Chris Noth) and the introduction of Che (Sara Ramirez), among other new companions. Like the previous, viewers may anticipate seeing famous S*ex and the City characters in the upcoming episodes. John Corbett, in particular, is set to return as Aidan, Carrie’s ex-fiancé.
Here is what we know about season 2 of And Just Like That, which is now filming in New York City with the women of the show, including season 1 newcomers Sarita Choudhury as Seema, Nicole Ari Parker as Lisa, and Karen Pittman as Nya.
And Just Like That… Season 2 Release Date
In March 2022, season two received the go-ahead in writing. Sarah Jessica Parker thanked the fans on Instagram for supporting the S*ex and the City spin-off. She captioned a picture of the cast with: “two seasons I’d want to thank our audience. In a nutshell. You are our lifeblood. We adore you a lot.” This outcome shouldn’t be a massive surprise because Sarah told Variety in February that discussions had already begun.
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“Definitely, yeah. Michael [Patrick King, creator] and I spoke two weeks ago” and said: “OK, when will we talk about this? Because there’s a calendar, you don’t want to let too much time pass. [It] feels like there’s momentum,” she said. The series’ status has not been updated as of July 2022. However, it is thought that it has been written and that filming will probably start soon.
In light of this, a comparable release timeframe of December 2022 or possibly January 2023 is likely. When we learn more, we’ll let you know.
What Is And Just Like That… Season 2 Storyline?
Little is known about the precise narrative, although it is anticipated that the show will take up some time after season one end and continue to follow the women as they deal with different events in their life. According to Parker, Season 2 will feature “more of the new cast members that we love” and will be “about resiliency, rebound, laughter, and finding laughter more easily for folks who may have endured sadness.”
Since Carrie has reopened her heart to love (or lust) and was last seen making out with Franklin (Ivan Hernandez), her podcast producer, this could mean more dating for her. While Charlotte and Miranda’s situation is much less apparent. Showrunner Michael Patrick King agreed with Parker that there would be more Che in upcoming episodes.
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“One of my burning passions about season 2 is Che,” King said. “I want to show the dimension of Che that people didn’t see, for whatever reason — because they were blinded, out of fear or terror. I want to show more of Che rather than less of Che. Like, really.”
The first season was about judging a book by its cover, and season two is about reading the text, according to Ramirez in the same interview. Additionally, it is said that Tony Danza would play Che’s father in the sitcom now being filmed in California. Peter Hermann has been seen on location, and Parker has been seen filming sequences with Hernandez, even though no other significant casting announcements have been made.
And Just Like That… Season 2 Cast
According to Deadline, John Corbett will return as Carrie’s likable ex-boyfriend Aidan in August 2022. In And Just Like That… In season 2, he will have a “major” arc that spans several episodes.
The complete cast of And Just Like That… Season 2 will consist of the following:
- Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw
- Cynthia Nixon as Miranda
- Kristin Davis as Charlotte
- Sarita Choudhury as Seema
- Sara Ramirez as Che Diaz
- Tony Danza as Che Diaz’s father
- Karen Pittman as Nya
- Alexa Swinton as Rock
- Nicole Ari Parker as Lisa
- Ivan Hernandez as Franklin
- John Corbett as Aidan
Is There a Trailer for and Just Like That… Season 2?
In a brief teaser from the HBO 2023 sizzle trailer, Carrie says to Miranda and Charlotte, “I must begin a new chapter. Many others do.”
How And Just Like That… Season 1 Ended?
The three main characters underwent significant life changes in season one, with Carrie dealing with the most after Big’s untimely passing. While still mourning, she returned to her Upper East Side studio and contacted Seema, a real estate agent, and new friend, to sell her opulent apartment. She finally scatters her late husband’s ashes in Paris to express her sorrow before returning home and being receptive to dating.
While Che and Miranda are filming a pilot in Hollywood, Miranda decides to dye her hair red and follow Che there. She left behind a demanding new internship, her ex-husband Steve (David Eigenberg), and a blossoming friendship with Nya, whom she met after returning to school earlier in the year.
Charlotte also throws her child a “they-mitzvah,” complete with a trans rabbi an absurdly mouthwatering candy bar, and heaps of LGBTQ+ pride, to cope with Rock’s (Alexa Swinton) shifting gender identification. Charlotte is encouraged by Harry (Evan Handler), one of her lifelong pals, and Lisa, whose type-A mentality is a perfect fit for her new mom and her closest friend from school.
Regarding the newcomers, Seema has a hot new romance, Che has a new pilot, Nya is taking a break from relationships while undergoing IVF, and Lisa is still in charge of her children’s private school.
Although And Just Like That first premiered in December 2021, likely, the series won’t return until as early as January 2023. And while nothing has been announced or confirmed by the streaming platform or its stars, King has suggested season 2 might not return until as late as summer 2023. We are active on our website to offer you the desired information. Don’t forget to visit NogMagazine.com.
Jessa Martin is the author of Nogmagazine, A professional in writing by day, and novelist by night, she received her bachelor of arts in film from Howard University and her master of arts in media studies from the New School. A Brooklyn native, she is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, currently residing in the borough she loves, most likely multitasking.