Everything we know so far about the Sex and the City reboot
Some spoilers ahead...
We are absolutely counting down the days until the release of And Just Like That.
The highly anticipated reboot of Sex and the City will catch up with three of our four favourite cosmopolitan ladies, and see how Manhattan life is treating them all these years later.
With that being said, here's everything we know so far about And Just Like That.
Which characters are back for more?
Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) will, of course, be reunited on our screens once more.
On top of that, they'll be joined by some of the famous men of SATC including Mr Big (Chris Noth), Aidan (John Corbett), Steve (David Eigenberg), Stanford Blatch (Willie Garson), Anthony (Mario Cantone) and Harry (Evan Handler).
Most recently, Bridget Moynahan, who played Big's second wife, was spotted on set.
Notably absent from the line up is Kim Catrall, who played the iconic Samantha throughout the series' run. Last year, the actress said that she's "had enough" SATC after two films.
Some new actors will also be on board for And Just Like That. Earlier this month, it was announced that Sarita Choudhury, Nicole Ari Parker and Karen Pittman would be joining the cast. Grey's Anatomy's star Sara Ramirez is also on the billing.
What will the show be about?
Up until now, the premise for And Just Like That has been pretty vague. However, Page Six have claimed to have gotten their hands on a leaked script, and it contained a pretty massive spoiler, so consider yourself warned.
When we last saw Big and Carrie, it was at the end of Sex and the City 2, and things seemed to be going pretty well for them.
However - and big spoiler warning here - there may be some trouble in paradise.
The leaked script appears to suggest that Carrie and Big have since gotten a divorce.
Will they be able to patch things up? Or will Big's ex-wife complicate things further? We'll have to wait and see.
How long will the series be?
And Just Like That will be ten episodes long, and each episode will run for 30 minutes, just like the good old days.
When can we watch?
As of yet, there is no air-date, but rest assured, we'll be keeping our eyes out for one going forward.