Her character made Sarah Jessica Parker famous and Manolo Blahniks the heels to die for, and now, almost two years after Carrie Bradshaw hit the big screen in "Sex And The City 2", she is to return to the small screens as a younger reincarnation of herself.
Women everywhere will be pleased to hear that the hit TV show, "Sex And The City" has been given the green light for a prequel after America's CW network confirmed that it had ordered a pilot for new the series titled 'The Carrie Diaries'.
The prequel, based on SATC author Candace Bushnell's novel, follows a young Carrie's time as a Connecticut high school student before she makes the move the Big Apple.
The series, written by Amy Harris, who worked on the HBO's original series, will reportedly span from Carrie's teenage years in the 1980s to her early days as a writer in New York.
Samantha Jone's character, who was formerly played by 55-year-old Kim Cattrall in the hit series and films, is also expected to makes a return alongside Bradshaw, as she also features in the novel.
However, Bradshaw's other girlfriends Charlotte York, played by Kristen Davis and Miranda Hobbes, played by Cynthia Nixon will not be making a comeback in the new series, as they do not feature in the book.
According to reports, Gossip Girl's Blake Lively has been lined up to play the younger iconic Bradshaw character.
The 24-year-old young actress, who plays Serena van der Woodsen on Gossip Girl, has been at the forefront of the list of fresh faces to take on the coveted role.
Meanwhile, speculations have been rife that Emma Roberts or Chloe Moretz could be up for the role of sassy Samantha.
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