Analysis: “And just like that” Carrie and the team are back

With Amazon’s “Harlem” “The Sex Lives of College Girls” on HBO Max and season two of Netflix’s “Emily in Paris”, shows featuring the female friendship at its heart are a vibe – it’s why we must pay homage to one of the greatest of its kind.

That brings us directly to what to watch this week.

Welcome to the wonderful world of the reboot sequel.

“And Just Like That …” takes us back to the fabulous “Sex and the City” world of Carrie Bradshaw (played by Sarah Jessica Parker) and her friends from the Big Apple.
But this time around, Kim Cattrall as Samantha Jones won’t be toasting the cosmos (she and Parker are NOT friends).
Don’t worry, as there are a few new characters including Nicole Ari Parker as Lisa Todd Wexley to complete Parker’s famous quartet as Bradshaw, Cynthia Nixon as Miranda Hobbes and Kristin Davis as role of Charlotte York Goldenblatt.

“And Just Like That…” is streaming on HBO Max.

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“Welcome to Earth”

Will Smith literally travels to the end of the world in "Welcome to earth"  on Disney +.

Will Smith is still trying to save the planet.

Unlike the fight against aliens he waged in the 1996 hit film “Independence Day”, this time around the actor embarked on an “extraordinary and unique adventure in the world to explore the most great wonders of the Earth and reveal its most hidden “. secrets. “

One of the ways to get people to care about the environment is to remind them of the wonders of the world.

The National Geographic six-part limited series airs on Disney +.

‘Anne Boleyn’

Jodie Turner-Smith stars in the series
There are often discussions and debates about color blind casting.

This was also the case after “Queen & Slim” actor Jodie Turner-Smith was cast to play Henry VIII’s wife Anne Boleyn in a limited series named after the tragic British Queen who been executed on her husband’s orders.

Turner-Smith royally embodies the doomed royal in her dying days in this story which is as much a psychological as it is historical drama.

“Anne Boleyn” is streaming on AMC +.

Two things to listen to

(Left to right) Eve, Brandy, Naturi Naughton, and Nadine Velazquez star as a reunited '90s girl group in

Since we started with the early vibe of “Sex and the City” and Girlfriends, let’s stick to that.

The new ABC series “Queens” stars some celebs from that era, singers Brandy and Naturi Naughton, as well as rapper Eve, as members of a girl group who try to put their past problems behind them to get them. reunite for fame and fortune.

The music is almost like another character on the show, so I was thrilled when the soundtrack came out because, naturally, it’s fire.

It is currently broadcast on various music services.

Kelly Clarkson performs onstage at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on May 1, 2019.

Awwww, Kelly Clarkson.

Having lived through the end of her marriage, the coach of “The Voice” knows that this time of year is not easy for some people.

She released a new Christmas single, titled “Merry Christmas (To the One I Used to Know)”, and explained during her recent NBC special “Kelly Clarkson Presents: When Christmas Comes“that” when I wrote this next song I was crying with my head down – which even happens on Christmas, everyone. “

She added: “It’s been a very difficult year for a lot of us. And I wrote this song for myself, but also because there aren’t a lot of holiday songs for people who are going. feel lonely or lost or just plain sad. “

The song To Soothe Any Melancholy Soul is currently streaming.

One thing to say

(Left to Right) Taylor Swift's Song

Taylor Swift continues to be a class act.

With all of her huge success, she took a moment to send flowers to Don McLean after his song “All Too Well” broke the record for longest song topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

It was a gentle gesture to honor McLean, whose iconic hit, “American Pie,” won the title in 1972.

Her song is about eight minutes and 37 seconds long, while hers is just over 10 minutes long.

A way to pay homage to an elder, Tay.

Something to sip

Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (right) performs with Taylor Swift (left) and Jon Bon Jovi (center) during the Centrepoint Gala Dinner at Kensington Palace in London on November 26, 2013.
Speaking of Swift, Prince William looks like he never recovered from singing live with her and rocker Jon Bon Jovi at a fundraising gala in 2013.

“To this day, I still don’t know what got into me,” admitted the British royal in an episode of Apple Fitness + ‘s “Time to Walk” audio series.

“Honestly, even now I’m complaining about what happened next, and I don’t understand why I gave in,” he recalls. “But, frankly, if Taylor Swift looks you in the eye, touches your arm and says, ‘Come with me. … “I stood up like a puppy and said,” Yeah, okay, that sounds like a great idea. I will follow you.'”

So he hopped on the mic and tried to make the most of it.

What a prince of a guy.

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