Who dies in the Sex and the City reboot And Just Like That?

THE highly-anticipated Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That, premiered its first two episodes on Thursday, December 9, 2021.

With the first episode came the revelation of the death of a beloved major character.

Who dies in the Sex and the City reboot And Just Like That?

Warning: Spoilers Below

In the premiere episode of the original Sex and the City, Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) meets the love of her life Mr. Big (Chris Noth). Now, in the show’s reboot And Just Like That, she loses him for the last time; not to circumstance this time, but to death.

According to women’s magazine Bustle, fans who have been following rumors of the reboot were likely not surprised by the news of Big’s death, or at least something having caused a rift between him and Carrie. 

The show gave viewers a preview of Big's joyful life with Carrie before he died.

The couple may be seen cooking together, listening to old albums, and talking about a trip to the Hamptons, topped off with an intimate moment between the two.

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How does Big die?

Big dies by a heart attack, recalling the heart health issues he struggled with in the original series. 

In the episode, Carrie finds him collapsed on the floor, the shower beside him running when she gets home from Charlotte's daughter's piano recital. 

Trying to help him up, she loses her shoes — the blue Manolo Blahniks she wore to their wedding. "And just like that,” she says in her voiceover. “Big died.”

Where can you watch And Just Like That?

And Just Like That premiered its first two episodes on Thursday, December 9 in the US.

HBO Max is available for $14.99 per month or $69.99 for six months on eligible devices in the United States and select U.S. territories.

HBO Max is free if you already have an HBO subscription through your TV, digital, or mobile provider.

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