Everything We Know About Season 2 of “And Just Like That”

Ever since the Max Original "And Just Like That" was renewed for a second season, fans have been teased nonstop by paparazzi pics of the set and cryptic social media posts. (The cast and crew have dropped enough breadcrumbs to feed Carrie's (Sarah Jessica Parker) pigeon clutch.) Fans can't help but wonder… what's up with Aidan (John Corbett)? How are Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Che (Sara Ramirez) doing? And why is Carrie in the wedding dress again?

But first, a quick recap before the new season of "And Just Like That" premieres on Max on June 22: At the end of season one, Carrie shares a passionate kiss with her podcast producer Franklyn. Charlotte (Kristin Davis) navigates seeing her children become teenagers while experiencing perimenopause herself. And Miranda dyes her hair red again as she readies herself to run away to Los Angeles with Che.

While the first season focused heavily on grief, Parker told ET that "Season two is about resilience and rebound and laughter." Below, here's everything we know about the new season so far.

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Third Time's a Charm?

"And Just Like That" social media accounts dropped a bomb on us in January when they posted a photo of Carrie holding hands with former fiancé Aidan. Since then, Parker has shared photos of Carrie and Aidan kissing, and on-set photos show them strolling along a Coney Island boardwalk. A season trailer shows that it's Carrie who reaches out first, with a "Hey stranger…" email — do those ever end well? According to Deadline, Corbett is set for a substantial multi-episode arc. Let's pray that isn't code for "situationship."

A quick refresher: The last time Carrie and Aidan saw each other was in Abu Dhabi in "Sex and the City 2," when they magically ran into each other after two failed attempts at a relationship. They spent a night catching up and shared a passionate kiss, all while they were both married to other people. Messy!

Carrie (Dressing Like She's) Getting Married

In the first "Sex and the City" movie, Carrie was all dressed up and ready to marry Big in a giant, corseted Vivienne Westwood wedding dress, topped with a bold feathered headpiece. In a gut-wrenching moment, Big gets cold feet and leaves her at the altar, resulting in Carrie beating him with flowers on a Manhattan street and giving us the iconic Charlotte line "I curse the day you were born!"

Carrie and Big ultimately reconcile and have a more low-key wedding, with Carrie opting for a simpler dress and leaving the Westwood in storage. Until now. On-set photos show Carrie donning the dress and the bird hat again, accessorizing with turquoise shoes and gloves. What's that all about? Is it a way to remember Big? A tribute to the late English designer? A dream sequence? Wild idea: Is she marrying Aidan?

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Sex and the Lily

In a trailer, high school-aged Lily (Cathy Ang) announces to her parents and Anthony (Mario Cantone) that she's ready to lose her virginity — just as they're about to take a bite of challah. Eagle-eyed fans caught Lily and Miranda's son Brady (Niall Cunningham) making eyes at each other on a promotional poster, speculating that Lily sets her sights on him. Now, we might not agree with the ethics of hooking up with your mom's bestie's son… but we would love to see Miranda and Charlotte's reactions.

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Queen Charlotte

Charlotte just can't catch a break. A trailer shows Charlotte learning about a "MILF List" circulating around Rock (Alexa Swinton) and Lily's school. How will PTA queen Charlotte respond? On top of that, Charlotte might be reigniting her career as a gallerista: A yet-unnamed character, played by "Titanic" and "Annie" actor Victor Garber, is seen in a trailer asking Charlotte to work for him. Is Charlotte in her working mom era?

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Miranda and Che's Hollywood Romance

After a whirlwind romance in the first season, Miranda decides to move to L.A. with Che, who is working on their sitcom pilot. As Che's star rises, their relationship with Miranda heats up; trailers show the couple getting passionate while cohabitating in La La Land. However, it looks like trouble is on the way. The trailer also shows Miranda unhappy about Che having friends over, and hints at a big argument between the couple.

A New Crew

Season two will see some new additions to the cast beyond John Corbett: Tony Danza will be playing himself as an actor playing Che's father in their sitcom. (As Che manifested in the previous season, "Tony Danza is coming in to read for my father. He's not Mexican or Irish, but he is Tony Danza.") Grammy-winning British pop star Sam Smith also teased on Instagram that they were "up to something unholy" on the set of "And Just Like That" — whatever they're up to, the outfits will surely be iconic. Feminist icon Gloria Steinem will also be appearing as herself. And that's not all...

Samantha's Return

Something shifted on May 31, when it was announced that Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall) herself will be appearing in "And Just Like That" season two. In the "And Just Like That" universe, Samantha fell out with the group prior to first season because Carrie dropped her as a publicist. In the season one finale, though, Carrie says she made plans over text to meet up with Samantha, who is in London. Sources say Samantha will appear in the season two finale, talking on the phone with Carrie. Cattrall was also reportedly dressed for the episode by original "Sex and the City" costume designer Patricia Field. This is the moment we've all been waiting for.

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There's Something in the Air

And it's not pollen or smoke. Previews show our core trio's new friends getting in on the action. Last season, Seema (Sarita Choudhury) was getting close to nightclub owner Zed (William Abadie), but a season two trailer shows her with a new man. The Wexleys are also getting Sexley — Lisa (Nicole Ari Parker) is seen showing off lingerie to her husband Herbert (Christopher Jackson) in a preview. As for Miranda's professor-turned-friend Nya (Karen Pittman), it looks like things are over with Andre Rashad (LeRoy McClain) after multiple disagreements over having children. In a trailer, Nya tells Miranda, "I get it now, these one-night stands are amazing!" Sex is absolutely back in the city.

Season two of Max Original "And Just Like That" premieres June 22, only on Max.