The sequel series re-introduced viewers to Carrie, Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte York Goldenblatt (Kristin Davis) once more as they continue to live life to the fullest in New York City, and the first season was full of drama, romance, and even an unexpected death.
And Just Like That... season one recap
Following the events of 2010 film Sex and the City 2, the series finds Carrie and the gang 11 years later as they navigate life and love in their 50s.
Carrie is happily married to John James Preston, aka Mr Big (Chris Noth), while Miranda is struggling in her sexless marriage with Steve (David Eigenberg), while Charlotte continues to navigate the trials of motherhood.
Carrie's work continues to thrive as she lands a role on an LGBTQ+ sex-oriented podcast hosted by Che Diaz (Sara Ramirez), while Miranda decides do a Master's degree which distracts from her struggle with alcohol abuse because of her failing marriage with Steve.
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In the shocking premiere episode, Big dies from a heart attack following a workout on a Peleton bike which leads to Carrie coming to terms with her grief. She throws herself into her work and begins writing a book about widowhood and grief.
Meanwhile, Charlotte learns that her child identifies as non-binary and wants to henceforth be known as Rock, while she also has to have a talk with her daughter Lily about provocative Instagram posts she finds on her social media.
The season also sees Miranda begin an affair with Che, who she soon comes to love and promises to divorce Steve in order for them to be together.
After some time in mourning, Carrie bids farewell to Big and tentatively decides to get back on the dating scene and meets Peter, a fellow widower show, though things don't go well between them. In the series finale Carrie kisses Che's podcast producer Franklyn (Ivan Hernandez), a relationship that will continue to blossom in season 2.
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Another surprise return in the forthcoming season is Aidan Shaw (John Corbett), Carrie's former flame who is ready to come back into her life.
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