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'Sex And The City' is making a return, but minus Samantha

KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 13): It has been announced that the hit 1990s TV series Sex And The City is making a return but without the character played by Kim Cattrall (pictured), Samantha.

And that has made some of the fans of the series angry. Asia News Network reported a fan complaining on Twitter that “Sex And The City doing a new series without Samantha is like Destiny's Child making a comeback without Beyonce."

A fan made further comparisons, such as a Spice Girls reunion, “but without Posh Spice”.

Some decided to let their imagination run wild, suggesting: "Don't kill off Samantha in the Sex And The City, give Kim Cattrall her own spin-off show called Sex And The Other City set in London. She plays an agent for British movie stars, getting pissed in Soho with the gays and sleeping with corrupt politicians."

One series enthusiast was succinct and to the point: "What's the point?"

NBC News wrote that Sex And The City without Kim Cattrall’s Samantha “will be a city without as much sex”.

“Goodness knows, without Samantha in it, there's bound to be much less sex and many more judgmental monologues,” wrote Mikki Kendall, author, “Hood Feminism” and "Amazons, Abolitionists, and Activists" in that report.

Would you watch a Sex And The City without Samantha?

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