The men of Sex and the City are also making a comeback in And Just Like That
They're making a comeback in And Just Like That.
Nobody was more excited than us to hear about the Sex and the City reboot, and the good news just keeps on coming.
HBO Max's spin off And Just Like That will see the men of the original series all making a comeback alongside the three leading ladies.
The streaming service announced that Mario Cantone, who played Anthony Marentino, David Eigenberg, otherwise known as Steve, Willie Garson, or Stanford, and Evan Handler, who plays Harry, will all be back on our TV screens.
The four fellas will be back starring side by side with Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw, Cynthia Nixon as Miranda and Kristin Davis who played Charlotte.
It was also announced last week that and Chris Noth would also be returning as John James "Mr. Big" Preston for the new series.
Executive Producer Michael Patrick King said in a statement: "Everyone at And Just Like That… is thrilled to be able to continue the storylines of these beloved Sex and the City characters with the actors who made them so lovable."
The 10 episodes of And Just Like That will see Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte try to figure out their cosmopolitan life now that they're in their 50s. Like the original format, each episode will be just half an hour long.
Also joining the cast for the first time is Grey's Anatomy star Sara Ramirez, who will play a new character called Che Diaz.
Earlier this year, fans were disappointed, although not surprised to find out that Kim Cattrall would not be returning to reprise her role as Samantha.
The actress told The Guardian last year that she "had enough" of Sex and the City after the second film.
Even though Samantha will definitely be missed in the new show, we're looking forward to seeing the leading men back with our favourite ladies once again.