Hold onto your Manolo Blahnik’s because “Sex and the City” is becoming a reality show.
An unscripted dating show called “Is There Still Sex in The City” is in the works, based on author Candace Bushnell’s “Sex and the City” book.
Reports say the show will follow four friends in their fifties who leave the city for a “romantic utopia.”
The logline reads, “They’ll live together in a cozy country chateau where they’ll have their pick of a different group of men in each episode. They’ll try the boy toys, sample a senior-age player, be romanced by the rich guys and even get to flirt with their fantasy man. But in the end, who will really steal their hearts, and will our ladies be able to bring the sex back to the city?”
In a statement, Bushnell, known as the real Carrie Bradshaw, explained, “Fifty-something women (and above) are the hottest new dating demographic, and I should know, I am one of them. Over the decades, I’ve dated men of all ages, and I’m so excited to be working on a show that combines my passion for relationships with the chance to help women like me navigate a love do-over.”
There is no word yet on when the show will begin to premiere.
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