Sex and the City: Here's Everything We Know About HBO Max's Revival So Far

And Just Like That

Dust off your Manolo Blahniks and freshen up your Cosmo, because this is not a drill: Yes, Sex and the City is coming back to TV.

HBO Max officially announced in January that the Emmy-winning comedy — which originally ran for six seasons from 1998 to 2004 on HBO — would return for an all-new 10-episode revival on the streamer, with (most of) the original cast returning for more bawdy New York City adventures. Production on the revival is underway in the Big Apple, with an eye on a December premiere. But this follow-up won’t look exactly like the Sex and the City we remember… thanks in large part to one glaring absence in the cast.

We here at TVLine are so excited for the revival that we decided to gather up all the news tidbits that have been released so far and collect them in one place for your reading pleasure. Who will be back? Who won’t be? And what does Sex and the City even look like when Carrie and company are now in their 50s?

Scroll down to find out everything we know so far about the Sex and the City revival, and then share your thoughts on/hopes for the new episodes in a comment below.