Is Carrie Bradshaw ready to be someone who is looking for love? Real love? Ridiculous, inconvenient, consuming, can't-live-without-each-other love?
She just might be. As in the trailer for season two of And Just Like That... viewers see Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) navigate moving forward with her life more than a year after Big's (Chris Noth) death.
"You don't move on because you're ready to Carrie is overheard saying in the June 1 trailer. "You move on because you've outgrown who you used to be."
And it's a sentiment her longtime pals couldn't agree more with.
"The way you've moved on," Charlotte York-Goldenblatt (Kristin Davis) notes, "We're so proud of you."
Carrie is also heard saying in the clip, "Life is too short not to try something new," as Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) adds, "I'm on the precipice of doing something either really stupid or totally liberating," alongside shots of her and new flame, Che Diaz (Sara Ramírez).
As viewers see Carrie at bars, shopping at Bergdorf Goodman and having dinner with her core group of friends, her voice over chimes in, "And just like that I realized you never know what tomorrow will bring."
And for Carrie, those changes include finally utilizing her kitchen for more than just extra storage space and reuniting with her other great love. The end of the trailer shows Carrie sending her ex-fiancée Aidan Shaw (John Corbett) an email that read: "Hey Stranger… Remember me? IF this is still your email, it's me–Carrie. Was just thinking about you the other day… and I wondered how you were doing. So, how ya doing?"
The clip ends with a glimpse of whether her email reached the furniture designer—whose return to the franchise was confirmed last summer—with a shot of the pair laughing in a booth as Aidan says, "Sitting here with you, it's like 10 years just," before snapping to indicate time flew by as if nothing had changed.
Also making a comeback? Kim Cattrall, who despite skipping out on reprising her Sex and the City role for the first season of And Just Like That...., will be back for season two. A rep for Max (formerly known as HBO Max) told the New York Post on May 31, that the 66-year-old will make an appearance as the fan-favorite Samantha Jones.
For more info on season 2? Scroll down to read everything else we know about the HBO show, which returns June 22.