Michael Patrick King

‘And Just Like That’ Season 2: Are Carrie and Samantha Still Texting? Michael Patrick King Reveals First Details

Click here to read the full article. A key question about Season 2 of “And Just Like That”: Will Carrie and Samantha still be texting? “Yes!” answered a gleeful Michael Patrick King, the showrunner of the HBO Max series. King and his writers’ room have only recently embarked on working on the second season of the “Sex and the City” revival. During an interview at his office on the Warner Bros. lot, though he was hesitant to share much about Season 2, King was happy to answer that question definitively. After all, the texting back-and-forth was the show’s inventive way of keeping...
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‘And Just Like That’: Michael Patrick King & Writers On Mr. Big Edits, Absentee Aidan, Stanford’s Future & More

SPOILER ALERT: This story reveals major plot points from the Season 1 finale of HBO Max’s And Just Like That… And Just Like That…HBO Max’s Sex and the City revival has wrapped its freshman season and there’s a lot left to unpack. Across 10 episodes, fans of the franchise revisited New York besties Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte York Goldenblatt (Kristin Davis), and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) roughly 20 years after Sex and the City. The ladies are now in their 50s and a lot has changed—most noticeably their fourth-stie Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall) has moved to London. The Season 1 finale...

Michael Patrick King Says ‘No Realistic Expectation’ of Kim Cattrall Joining ‘And Just Like That’

And just like that, we finally have some answers about Samantha’s future. The iconic “Sex and the City” character, portrayed by Kim Cattrall, has been referenced — and even texted — in revival series “And Just Like That…” despite Cattrall leaving the cast. Now, showrunner Michael Patrick King is addressing whether or not fans can expect Cattrall onscreen in possible future seasons. “No,” King told Variety when asked if the door was open for her to return. “Just like there was no thought that Kim would ever participate in ‘And Just Like That’ because she’s said what she had said…You have to...

Michael Patrick King Reveals What Was Planned For Stanford's Storyline

In September last year, Sex And The City fans were devastated by the loss of Willie Garson, best known for playing Carrie Bradshaw's brilliant best friend, Stanford Blatch. Willie sadly passed away while And Just Like That was still being filmed, meaning that his original storyline had to be changed. And in the series, to explain his absence, Stanford left Carrie a note, explaining that he had decided to divorce from his partner -Anthony Marentino - and move to Japan.

And Just Like That's Michael Patrick King and Sarah Jessica Parker want to do a second season

The Sex and the City reboot ends its first season on Thursday with its future up in the air. “We did something that was hard to do, which is we took something familiar and did make it new,” And Just Like That creator King tells Variety, “for better and for worse.” When asked if she wants to do more, Parker says: “Definitely, yeah.” One obstacle is scheduling. “Michael and I spoke two weeks ago, and said: ‘OK, when are we going to talk about this?’” Parker adds. “Because there’s a calendar and you don’t want to let too much time pass. There feels like there’s momentum.”

Michael Patrick King Explains Why Miranda And Steve's Brooklyn Bridge Moment Wasn't That Important

Team Miranda, or team Steve? Well, if you're anything like us - and even the women who work on And Just Like That - then you're probably team Steve. How could Miranda cheat on him when they reunited on the Brooklyn Bridge (after he cheated) in the first movie?! But AJLT showrunner Michael Patrick King has explained why we shouldn't place so much importance on that gorgeous film moment.

Michael Patrick King: 'I Wanted Just Like That To Be Familiar But Bold'

‘If i had tried to duplicate the memory everyone had, it would have been dead on arrival,’ Michael Patrick King tells Grazia emphatically as we begin our discussion about And Just Like That and its expansive response from viewers. ‘Big wouldn’t be the only thing that was dead; the show would have been dead.’