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Twitter is NOT into the idea of a Samantha-less “Sex and the City” reboot

Did you hear the news? Sex and the City might be getting a reboot, but there’s a major caveat. It won’t include on of its most important characters.

HBO Max is said to be in talks with Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristen Davis about reprising their roles in a limited series reboot. Kim Cattrall, however, is not expected to join.

In 2017, Cattrall, who has famously butted heads with Parker in the past, was dragged through the mud by several of her former castmates when she killed the chances of a third SATC movie.

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At the time, she said she was making “an empowered decision in my life to end one chapter and start another,” which led to a lot of mudslinging on the part of her former colleagues.

Parker said she was “disappointed” in Cattrall’s decision and Davis called the whole thing “deeply frustrating.” Meanwhile, Willie Garson, who played  Stanford Blanch in the series and subsequent films, implied Cattrall was “toxic” and accused her of costing the crew their jobs.

Speaking to the “Women’s Prize for Fiction” podcast this week, Cattrall said she considers herself “lucky” to be excluded from the reboot talks, explaining, “I’m lucky enough to have the choice. Not that I haven’t worked for it. I have.”

Meanwhile, here’s what Twitter has to say about the whole thing…

While SATC was a major hit when it first aired on HBO in 1998, many feel the series has not aged well, particularly in its depictions of LGBTQ characters and its deeply problematic handling of anything having to do with race.

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