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Sara Ramírez and Cast of of And Just Like That... Tease Season Two

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The cast of And Just Like That… is teasing the all-new second season of the hit HBO Max show.

Several stars from the Sex and the City spinoff have taken to social media to post about their excitement over preparing for the upcoming season.

“Just this much. For now,” that’s what Sarah Jessica Parker — a.k.a. the famous Carrie Bradshaw — wrote on her Instagram along with a picture of the first page of the script for episode one of season two of And Just Like That….

She also crossed out the title of the episode, leaving us with very little hint as to what we can expect from the new season of the show. For now, all we really know is that table reads have begun.

Parker isn’t the only one excited about the new season, as Che Diaz themself is also back and ready for action! Sara Ramírez posted to their Instagram, showing the first two episode scripts along with a name card for their character, the nonbinary standup comedian and podcaster.

Evan Handler, who plays Harry in the show, also posted a set of pictures of him at the table read, revealing that it was held at Silvercup Studios in New York.

The follow-up to HBO’s wildly popular series Sex and the City has divided fans, and while its viewership numbers are high, many aren’t loving some of the directions the show went in, especially the directions towards Che Diaz.

Diaz introduces nonbinary and queer themes to the show and has started a romance with the character Miranda, opening her world up to new possibilities, and allowing queer actor Cynthia Nixon to play a queer character. However, some of the jokes and dialogue Diaz has felt more than a little forced, and not every viewer has warmed up to them yet.

We’ll see if public opinion on Che changes with the second season of And Just Like That… on HBO Max.

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