The first, much-analyzed season of And Just Like That… came to an end on Thursday and I instantly felt pop culture had lost out. Despite its clumsiness, the HBO Max sequel to Sex and the City completely engrossed me, for better or worse, all but dominating my conversations, my work, my podcast listening, etc. Blessedly, though, with the drop of the first season finale (I say “first” because showrunner Michael Patrick King says he and Sarah Jessica Parker are plotting a second) came the gift of an hour-and-fifteen more minutes of bonus content in the form of And Just Like That… The Documentary, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of season one. The documentary is all-encompassing, covering the Samantha/Kim Cattrall of it all, the inclusion of new characters and cast members, the loss of Willie Garson (who played the best Sex and the City supporting character ever, Stanford Blatch), and, of course, the show’s towering fashion legacy. After (obviously) consuming it at 6:30 a.m., here’s what I learned from And Just Like That… The Documentary.
14 Things I Learned From And Just Like That- The Documentary
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