And Just Like That, The ‘Sex And The City’ Reboot Is Getting Its Own Documentary

A behind-the-scenes look into the revival's filming and fashion moments.

If you, like us, feel heartbroken at the thought of And Just Like That… coming to an end ahead of the season finale, then your day is about to me made.

It turns out that after the final credits roll on the Sex And The City reboot‘s tenth episode, the show will debut its surprise documentary on February 3.

Aptly titled And Just Like That… The Documentary, will feature exclusive secrets behind the making of the revival for fans to feast on while they eagerly await confirmation of a second season.

With only one episode to go, the show has quite a few storylines to wrap up. The trailer for episode 10 sees Carrie desperately searching for signs from Big, Charlotte hosting a Them-Mitzvah, and of course, a post-Steve Miranda struggling to choose between her love for Che Diaz and an internship. 

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As for the documentary, the program will feature interviews with the cast and crew, including the three leading ladies: Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis. Viewers will get a look behind the scenes of filming the show and are given insight into the creative process behind the series.

“Even 23 years in, I’m excited,” Sarah Jessica Parker said, who also executive-produced the documentary, in the trailer. “I’m terrified and excited.”

But that’s not all, the documentary is also adding the perspective of new cast members like Sara Ramírez and Sarita Chodhury, who play Che Diaz and Seema Patel, respectively.

“Getting to know our new cast members has just been a gift, and we all have something new brought to us by them,” Kristin Davis said in the documentary trailer. 

Curiousity piqued? Check out the trailer for And Just Like That… The Documentary below.

WATCH BELOW: The And Just Like That… The Documentary Official Trailer

You can catch And Just Like That… The Documentary on BINGE at 7pm AEST on February 3, 2022.

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