"Sex and the city" is back! A new season of the cult series is in the works

Do you miss "Sex and the City"? Good news ! HBO Max has announced the return of the cult series.

This is news that should delight fans of the series Sex and the City ! This Sunday, January 10, 2021, HBO Max officially announced that the cult program of the 90s will return for 10 new episodes. A new season is therefore well and truly in preparation after a long wait and inexhaustible hope on the part of the fans of the series. Actress Sarah Jessica Parker, who played Carrie Bradshaw, even announced it on her Instagram account with a fashion teaser. Sex and the City as we like it. Our nostalgia was not indifferent to this announcement. With this publication, the American actress answers the many questions that arose and, at the same time, answers our prayers: she will be back in Carrie's skin. It looks like Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon will also reprise their respective roles as Charlotte York and Miranda Hobbes. So you will understand, a character will likely miss the call. Kim Cattrall, who played the iconic Samantha Jones, will not be in the game.

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Sex and the city is one of those cult series from the 90s that broke many taboos on female sexuality. First of all, she allowed to talk about it, quite simply. A rare occurrence in an era when sex in the series was still very much about male pleasure. Then, Sex and the City has also enabled other series on the subject to emerge. Girls has long been considered the little sister of the famous series. Valeria, on Netflix, did not shy away from comparison to Sex and the City no more. So, while we took pleasure in seeing more representations of female sexuality on TV, it was difficult to find the same pleasure we had in discovering, years ago now, Sex and the City. We can't wait to find out what has become of our favorite New Yorkers and how over the years they have evolved personally, professionally and, above all, sexually.

Melanie Bonvard

Mélanie deciphers pop culture from a societal angle and questions the female gaze in films or even series, because everything is a question of gaze, she …