Sorry, Sex and the City not returning to TV
HBO's Sex and the City ran for six seasons and produced not one, but two blockbuster movies. In the real world that would be considered a triumph, but Hollywood always wants more. At the moment, a Sex and the City sequel/prequel has been scrapped, but there are rumors that Sarah Jessica Parker and co. are heading back to TV.
The idea of Sex and the City returning to television sounds crazy considering its been off the air for several years. That's more than a hiatus, that's a serious sabbatical. E! Online caught wind of some reports suggesting Sarah Jessica Parker and her award-winning castmates were evading theaters in favor of a seventh season of the show.
The diehard fan in you probably wants to see the ladies back in their natural habitat, but it's not happening. Parker's rep "flat-out denied" the story, which was originally published by The Daily Mail.
It was previously reported that the studio was interested in a Sex and the City prequel that would center on Carrie's younger, wilder days. Some names mentioned for the "not-confirmed-movie" included Blake Lively, Selena Gomez and Emma Roberts.
According to The Los Angeles Times, if the prequel's not made into a film, it could be adapted for TV. The new material would come from Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell's latest books, The Carrie Diaries and Summer in the City.
HBO has yet to confirm the reports of a new series and we're not sure they will. Fans love Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie and as far as they're concerned, they're one in the same!
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