Sex and the City's most hated episode ever revealed as sitcom returns for reboot without Kim Cattrall

SEX And The City's re-boot has sparked such a frenzy of anticipation and excitement it's hard to imagine anyone ever having a bad word to say about Carrie Bradshaw and co.

A brand new series of the HBO Max show, called And Just Like That, was confirmed by actress Sarah Jessica Parker and her co-stars yesterday – but some of the older episodes still leave a bitter taste in fans' mouths.

Yesterday, Sarah Jessica gave a glimpse at a sneak peek SATC trailer, which contains scenes from the seventh series.

The Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning series, based on the books by Candace Bushell, began in 1998, airing for six instalments.

And, within those six series, there's one particular episode fans REALLY hate.

A survey by has revealed Season 4, Episode 4 entitled Defining Moments is the most hated episode of all time, with an average IMDb rating of 7.1.

This particular show saw Carrie on a non-date with Mr Big, played by Chris Noth, but then finding she’s attracted to Jazz musician Ray King, played by Craig Bierko, who is interested in her too.

A statement from read: "It seems the viewers were rooting for Carrie and Big from the start!"

Meanwhile, tipping the other end of the popularity scale, the fans favourite episode of all time is Season 6, Episode 20 with an IMDb rating of 8.8.

Being right at the end of the run of shows, this bodes well for the upcoming new instalment.

Meanwhile, teasing the action to come, Sarah Jessica, 55, revealed the trailer's exciting scenes of Downtown New York and the city's iconic yellow cabs before she could be heard saying: "And just like that."

Alongside, she posted the teasing caption: "I couldn’t help but wonder… where are they now? X,SJ," before she tagged the name of the next instalment – And Just Like That – and TV channel producer HBO Max.

She then added the telling hashtags: "#AndJustLikeThat #SATCNextChapter."

Fans were understandably elated at the news of the New York glam girls – first exclusively revealed by The US Sun in December – and flooded the comments section underneath.

Kim's saucy character Samantha Jones will be noticeably absent after her public "feud" with co-star Sarah, in the 10 half-hour episodes scheduled to begin production in spring.

Back in 2018, Sarah Jessica told Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen that she was "heartbroken" after Kim said she was never friends with her co-stars.

The original series, which ran on HBO from 1998-2004, saw Sarah Jessica as Carrie, Cynthia Nixon as Miranda Hobbes and Kristin Davis as Charlotte York, as well as Kim as Samantha.

In addition to the original series, two Sex and the City movies came out in 2008 and 2010.





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