Almost 24 years ago, a little TV show called Sex and the City premiered on HBO.
It was a gamble for the prestige cable TV network, as it showed women on TV like we'd never seen them before.
Bolshie and unapologetic. Sex-positive and judgemental. Dreaming of having it all while at the same time wondering whether they actually wanted any of it, really.
A whole generation of women grew up with Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie, Kim Cattrall's Samantha, Kristin Davis' Charlotte and Cynthia Nixon's Miranda.
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They drew parallels between their lives and the lives of these unfathomably glamorous New York women. Fashion trends were heavily influenced by the contents of Carrie's ever-expanding wardrobe. Snappy dialogue from the show became part of the lexicon.
Later on, younger audiences would come across the show, binge the box sets, and marvel at a time when a rabbit vibrator was a hot topic of conversation.
For better or worse, Sex and the City is the TV show that has had the biggest influence on how women are represented in pop culture.
It defined a generation of women who had more choices than ever before and as a result were both incredibly empowered and confused.
And now all the ladies are coming back, well almost all of them (RIP Samantha, you absolute firecracker).
The Sex and the City reboot And Just Like That... will premiere next Thursday, December 9, on Binge, with two episodes.
Over the past few months, HBO and Binge have drip-fed us little clues about the upcoming season, dropping the first full trailer earlier this week.
So what's in store for the women in 2021? They'll be stepping into a world where feminism is intersectional, gender is fluid, bodies of all shapes and sizes are celebrated, and audiences want to hear from a variety of voices.
Here are all my theories about what's going to happen in the first season of And Just Like That...