Terry Gross. Sarah Jessica Parker has spent much of her acting career exploring what it means to be in a relationship — and to be single. In the HBO series Sex and the City , which ran from until , she played Carrie Bradshaw, a single writer chronicling her experiences with the Manhattan dating scene. Now, in the HBO comedy series, Divorce , she stars as Frances, a mother of two navigating the dissolution of her marriage.
Sarah Jessica Parker says COVID will 'obviously' be part of new 'Sex And The City' storyline
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Hollywood actress Sarah Jessica Parker recently revealed that the new Sex and the City revival will indeed address the Covid pandemic. The series will be filmed back in New York City, where the virus took a major toll. She confirmed that there will be an episode that will revolve around the events of the Covid pandemic and how the Big Apple was the epicenter of the virus early last year. And how has that changed relationships once friends disappear? I have great faith that the writers are going to examine it all. Unfortunately, Kim Cattrall, who played Samantha Jones, will not be returning. Sarah Jessica also said that the show will revolve around the three characters and their new lives in their 50s.
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By Jabeen Waheed For Mailonline. She currently produces and stars in the hit HBO series Divorce, which recently released a second season. And Sarah Jessica Parker put on her most sizzling display yet, as she embarked on a raunchy sex scene with hunky actor Steven Pasquale in latest scenes for the comedy. Raunchy: Sarah Jessica Parker, 52, put on her most sizzling display yet, as she embarked on a raunchy sex scene with hunky actor Steven Pasquale in the HBO shot, Divorce. While she has openly spoken about not feeling comfortable with stripping off nude for sex scenes, Jessica still put on a racy display for the cosy scene.
The ten-episode, half-hour series titled And Just Like That is scheduled to begin production in New York in the late spring. The pandemic will "obviously be part of the storyline because that's the city [these characters] live in," Parker said of the New York City-based show. The actress said she believes the show will also attempt to answer how COVID has "changed relationships once friends disappear. Parker is set to reprise her role as writer Carrie Bradshaw in the revival, and Davis, 55, and Nixon, 54, will return to play their original characters Charlotte York Goldenblatt and Miranda Hobbes, respectively. Have they adapted?