EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Sarah Jessica Parker Arrives on UES set for ‘Sex and the City’ reboot

Sarah Jessica Parker arrives on set to film 'And Just Like That'/Anne Flanagan for Upper East Site

MANHATTAN – Carrie Bradshaw and the Sex and the City gang are back in action and filming on the Upper East Side. Exclusive video obtained by Upper East Site shows the 56-year-old Sarah Jessica Parker arriving on set outside the East Pole restaurant on East 65th Street between Park and Lexington avenues.

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Production began in New York City this month for the ten-episode series coming to HBO Max. Titled And Just Like That, the series brings back most of your favorite Sex and the City characters– Miranda Hobbes, played by former New York Gubernatorial Candidate Cynthia Nixon is back and so is Charlotte York, Kristin Davis’ character. 

Kim Cattrall’s Samantha Jones is not returning for the reunion.

HBO Max released a first look at the gang last Friday standing on a city sidewalk, ready to take on whatever life throws their way. 

‘Sex and the City’ revival ‘And Just Like That’ production photo/HBO Max

On Monday, exclusive video obtained by Upper East Site showed SJP crossing East 65th street in what appears to be a white men’s dress shirt covering her designer duds for the film.

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The company says And Just Like That is a ground-breaking new chapter as the three women “navigate the journey from the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 30s to the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s.”

Last week, Sarah Jessica Parker, who is also an Executive Producer on the Sex and the City revival, posted a photo of her first script to instagram, it reads ‘Episode 101, “Hello It’s Me.“’

Chris Noth and comedian Mario Cantone are also slated to reprise their characters, Mr. Big and Anthony Marantino, respectively.

Unfortunately, if you want to catch And Just Like That filming on city streets, you just have to get lucky— the Mayor’s Office for Media and Entertainment does not give out filming locations due to safety concerns.

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