Just kidding, it's not Che Diaz, but TV's most hate-watched show is indeed coming back.
"We have been delighted by the cultural conversation generated by these characters and their stories, set in a world we already know and love so much," said Sarah Aubrey, HBO Max's head of original content.
"We are proud of the work Michael Patrick King and our wonderful writers, producers, cast and crew have done to bring these stories to the screen. We can’t wait for fans to see what’s in store for season 2!"
Cultural conversation? Does Aubrey mean those Miranda getting fingered memes?
Aside from the show's laughably transparent attempts to cram every buzzword-y "-ism" into 10 hectic episodes (racism and alcoholism are a couple of the issues the reboot performatively touches on), I'm not entirely sure what conversation the folks at HBO are referring to.
Now, I'm a huge SATC fan — so I'm absolutely delighted that And Just Like That... is returning, as objectively bad as the show is.
Did you really think HBO Max would let us get away without finding out what happens to Che's pilot deal (hopefully it involves their "Woke Moment!" button)? Or the BIPOC representation at Charlotte's dinner parties? And most importantly: what becomes of the ghost of Samatha, whose absence casts an air of gloom over the entire series?
Unlike Miranda, I'm not "craving me some Che," but I am craving more weird fashion (hopefully a Manolo Blahnik x Birkenstock moment is in the cards), cringe-y plot twists, and random workout equipment-induced deaths.