Kim Cattrall is getting back into bed with HBO.
Hot off her debut as a box-office champ, the Sexy lady is heading back to the small screen with a titillating new comedy set in New York.
There's something to be said for a winning formula after all.
Cattrall is set to star in and executive produce Sensitive Skin for the premium cable net, an adaptation of the same-named British series revolving around a wife and mother of a certain age who rediscovers her sexuality and begins to challenge her cookie-cutter life.
The project is part of an overall deal Cattrall made with HBO as part of the terms that led to her return as Samantha Jones in the Sex and the City movie.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the series also has a hefty penalty attached to it which the cable channel would have to pony up should they decide not to see the show through to airing.
Along with Cattrall, fellow homegrown talent Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green, both writers for The Sopranos, are attached to the project, both to pen and coexecutive produce the series.
No start date has yet been set for the production.