By Asian News International
The new chapter is titled 'And Just Like That...' and will star Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis.
The 50-year-old filmmaker called the Warner Bros' plan a "real bait and switch".
The ongoing pandemic-induced shutdown has forced the makers to push the production of the special to later this year
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HBO Max will offer an impressive direct-to-consumer experience with 10,000 hours of premium content.
By FPJ Web Desk
The sitcom's cast is all set to reunite after 15 years and fans are going gaga!
The original team from Warner Bros TV is in negotiations to reunite on HBO's streaming platform
Kristen Bell served as the narrator throughout the run of the original series
According to Entertainment Weekly, the iconic teen series, with 10-episode initial order, will stream on the network's digital arm.
The series next year will be available on AT&T Inc's WarnerMedia called HBO Max. WarnerMedia took shared the change on Tuesday