Late-Night Hosts React to 'Sex and the City' Reboot Moving Forward Without Kim Cattrall

Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel included the news of the HBO revival in their Monday night monologues.

The long-awaited Sex and the City revival is moving forward without the fourth member of the iconic TV quartet.

And on Monday night, late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel reacted to the news of the HBO series returning without Kim Cattrall.

Cattrall, who played Samantha throughout the series, has openly feuded with co-star Sarah Jessica Parker, as well as advocating for her role to be recast in order to promote more diversity within the show.

At The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon included the news of the show returning without Cattrall in his opening monologue.

“That’s like the Avengers rebooting, but Thor’s like 'you wont be seeing this hammer,'” Fallon joked, mimicking Samantha’s recognizable delivery.

“They already released an episode and the first 20 minutes is Mr. Big waiting for his pill to kick in,” the host laughed.

On Late Night with Seth Meyers, Meyers said that without Cattrall’s character, the series will be called “just The City.”

As the show returns for a 10-episode limited series with three of its original main characters, Meyers joked that “unfortunately, it’s Steve, Stanford and Magda.”

“I can’t believe we got our own show,” Meyers said, impersonating David Eigenberg, who plays Steve Brady in the original series.

In his monologue covering the events of President Trump’s final days in the White House, Jimmy Kimmel speculated that perhaps “we need to entice [Trump] out of office.”

“You think he’d resign if HBO offered him the part of Samantha in the new Sex and the City?” Kimmel joked. “Really it’s worth a try.”

Set for release on HBO Max, the revival — titled And Just Like That… — will begin production in late spring.

The show’s original creator Darren Star is also not involved, likely due to an existing overall deal with ViacomCBS.

Emmy award-winner Michael Patrick King returns to the show as an executive producer, along with stars Parker, Kirsten Davis and Cynthia Nixon.