The actor is talking about the backlash she received after opting out of a third "SATC" film. HBO Max, meanwhile, is said to be planning to revive the franchise.
Two HuffPost reporters discuss the Kim Cattrall-fronted Fox series, which follows a flawed first family of Christian TV.
Though playing Samantha Jones was "a blessing in so many ways," the actress told The Guardian she "had enough" after the poorly reviewed second film.
The "Sex and the City" star said her iconic character will be making a "brief reappearance."
The twist was apparently one of the reasons Kim Cattrall pulled out of the third film.
Believe it or not, it’s been 20 years since the first episode of “Seх and the City” aired on HBO.
Sorry, Cynthia, she's just not that into you.
Actor Jason Lewis, AKA Smith Jerrod, has spoken.
Well, at least some of the "Sex and the City" stars still get along.
"You are not my family. You are not my friend."