“And Just Like That…,” the name of the new spinoff series of the HBO’s hit television series, “Sex and the City” returns with a new chapter featuring the ladies living life in their 50’s minus the witty and liberated personality of Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall); however, the series introduces some new characters showcasing black girl magic, charm, beauty and style. In addition, to interlacing the of state pop-culture in relations to LGBTQIA+ community, technology and a nuance way of parenting in this digital age of innovation. And as always, the series continues its groundbreaking salute to fashion and a lifestyle of chic.
We are now four episodes into the season that releases every Thursday and the anticipation is definitely in demand. Carrie Bradshaw the character played by actress Sarah Jessica Parker leads the conversation with her girls Charlotte (Kristen Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) about the return to life after pandemic quarantine. “And Just Like That,” in episode one Miranda introduces her new friend interest, the forever chic and affluent influencer, Lisa Todd Wexley played by actress Nicole Ari Parker and seemingly Charlotte’s new ethics professor, Dr. Nya Wallace played by actress Karen Pittman will be her new side kick. However, I know you are wondering, what about Carrie? I will say this, Check out episode 4 for the entrance of a new brown girl on the scene. No spoiler alert, here. (lol)
I have always loved the series and the movies for the story line, the quest for true love and the impeccable fashion deets in every scene. What I love the most about the new chapter is I can see sprinkles of myself throughout the characters story line. It is truly groundbreaking for the writers to include the lifestyle of black women living in luxury, affluence and academia. As well explore on a deeper level the life of LGBTQIA+ persons through their lived experience and coming out story.
If you are looking for something to Binge watch over the Holidays especially for the fashionista or fashionisto. “And Just Like That…” is thee show!