The second season of the Sex and the City spin-off And Just Like That will feature Kim Cattrall, who was absent from the first season.
She will reprise her role as Samantha Jones in one scene of the season finale of the HBO show.
With the caption “Happy Pride,” Cattrall, who has a strong gay following, posted the article online.
The article reports that she shot her dialogue without different stars of the series, including Sarah Jessica Parker.
In a storyline that sees Cattrall relocate to London, it is explained why her character is absent.
The first Sex and the City ran for six series from 1998 to 2004 and produced two spin-off movies.
In the 1990s and early 2000s, it created storylines for four New York women about their careers and relationships.
Along with Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon, Parker and Cattrall played Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte.
In 2021, Parker, Nixon, and Davis made appearances in the 10-part series And Just Like That.
It was never made sense of why Cattrall didn’t partake in the latest revival however she supposedly has a stressed relationship with the show and her cast-mates.
In 2017, Cattrall told Piers Morgan she had “never been friends” with her co-stars.
She ruled out appearing in a third Sex and the City movie and denied that her decision was based on pay negotiations or “diva” demands, describing a “toxic relationship.”
Parker, a former co-star, “could have been nicer” about the situation, according to Cattrall.
Later, showrunner Michael Patrick King stated that Cattrall would never return to the show.
Yet, a revealed discussion with CEO of HBO Casey Bloys was sufficient to change star’s mind.
And Just Like That’s second season will premiere in June, and Cattrall’s scene is anticipated to air in August.