How the SATC Reboot Will Address Willie Garson’s Death

Our favourite gay best buddy will live on. 

Sex and the Metropolis actor Willie Garson sadly died on Sept. 21, after a fight with most cancers, in the midst of filming the reboot, And Just Like That. His sudden passing led a lot of followers to ponder what his character’s fate would be. 

Now, And Just Like That showrunner and Sexual intercourse and the Metropolis executive producer Michael Patrick King has unveiled that Garson’s loss of life was not published into the storyline of the approaching reboot. That means: Carrie Bradshaw’s finest buddy and confidant, Stanford Blatch, is even now alive.

On Dec. 3, in an job interview with The New York Situations, King answered our burning thoughts about the destiny of characters Mr. Major, Samantha Jones and Stanford Blatch.

“Nobody’s dead,” King explained. “No person.”

King delivered a brief rationalization as to why Garson’s demise was not created into the present.

“Simply because it was not charming,” King shared. “And I understood that the viewers would know.”


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