Every song in the SATC reboot

And Just Like That has a killer soundtrack from a wide range of genres and decades. Here are all the songs from the soundtrack of the Sex and the City cover.

And just like that has delivered non-stop musical thrills and hits since the moment he stumbled upon HBO Max; here is every song on the Sex and the city the soundtrack of the revival. The last opus of the Sex and the city the saga reunites Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) as they navigate the ups and downs of life through their fifties. The season begins with a tragic turn as Carrie’s husband Mr. Big (Chris Noth) dies of a sudden heart attack, leaving Carrie alone to find a new direction.

The other main characters also had to deal with the challenges of aging. Miranda, the hot liberal, finds herself disconnected in a room full of young law students and activists. Charlotte also struggles with trying to establish a positive relationship with her teenage daughters. And Samantha’s absence permeates the series, forcing Carrie to face the fact that in life sometimes even best friends can walk away.


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The show mixes the joys and melancholy of nostalgia with the excitement and uncertainty of the present, infused into a soundtrack that feels more like a playlist of the best mood songs from the past four decades. Starring artists like Eurythmics and a song by Todd Rundgren that is particularly relevant to the plot, each song captures that feeling of remembering good times when the present feels like falling apart. Here is a list of all the songs from the first season of And just like that below.

And just like that season 1, episode 1: “Hello it’s me”

“Hello, it’s me” by Todd Rundgren – Carrie puts on Mr. Big’s favorite record as part of a fun weekly dance ritual they started during the first COVID-19 lockdown.

“I am America” ​​by Shea Diamond – This song is played on the introduction to Carrie’s podcast, “X, Y, and Me”.

“Piano Sonata No. 14 in C sharp minor, Op. 27 n ° 2 “moonlight”: III. Presto agitato ”by Ludwig van Beethoven – Lily wows the recital hall with the legendary Piano Sonata as Mr. Big begins his disastrous Peloton ride.

“You Got the Love (Now Voyager Mix)” by The Source with Candi Staton – After the heartbreaking final scene, audiences have to sit down with this’ 80s British pop hit.

And just like that season 1, episode 2: “Little Black Dress”

“Hello it’s me” by Todd Rundgren – The song is played again at Mr. Big’s funeral. It was his favorite, after all.

“Did I Dream It” by Aaron Zigman – Dedicated fans of Sex and the city notice this piece of music taken from the original score of Sex and the city: the movie, who plays Carrie sitting alone among Big’s old costumes in their closet.

“Here Comes the Rain Again” by Eurythmics – The bop at a sustained pace extends over the end credits.

And just like that season 1, episode 3: “When in Rome …”


“I am America” ​​by Shea Diamond – The same song from Che’s podcast plays it on her comedy show. It’s almost like it’s his musical theme!

“I can see the change” by Celeste – The And just like that The episode ends with a song from Celeste’s 2021 single.

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