The iconic group of friends in New York from Sex and The City (SATC) returns in a reboot earning more than $ 1 million, will all the characters be there? Find out here!
The return of the HBO series "Sex And the City" is a fact, and it transpired that each of its protagonists will receive more than $1 million per episode. Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis will win one million dollars each of the ten episodes that are scheduled to be filmed in the famous series.
On Sunday without further ado, Sarah Jessica Parker announced through her Instagram account that Sex and the City would finally have the long-awaited return that its fans deserve and have been begging for years. The actress posted a video in which she again introduces herself as Carrie Bradshaw.
But it had been confirmed that Samantha Jones would not participate in the return of the famous series, something that many fans regretted.
The plot will take place in New York and will tell the life and friendship of Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte in their fifties. According to the teaser that the Sarah Jessica Parker shared on her Instagram account, she will continue to be the writer of her successful newspaper column, so the essence of the series will remain intact even without Catrall.
This salary that each of the protagonists will earn should not be surprising since the artists who will appear in front of the cameras will also be the executive producers of the audiovisual. Furthermore, the series is considered a high-profile production. Other artists have already earned similar salaries in the production of other series.
The Hollywood Reporter site previously reported that Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon made about $ 1 million per episode to serve as stars and executive producers for the second season of HBO's Big Little Lies, while Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston are said to have pocketed. a staggering $ 1.25 million. per episode of The Morning Show on Apple TV +.
Famous, it was a show that competed with Sex and the City for Emmys attention in the early 2000s that helped set the standard for these astronomical paydays.
The six stars of the Friends series made $ 1 million per episode for the last two seasons of the popular NBC sitcom, making it the first show to reach that threshold before later hits like The Big Bang Theory followed suit.