‘Sex and the City’ sequel series brings back Steve, other favorites

David Eigenberg of ‘Chicago Fire’ is set to revive his role as Miranda’s bartending husband.

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Charlotte (Cynthia Nixon) and Steve (David Eigenberg) on a 2004 episode of “Sex and the City.”


Even after his nine seasons on “Chicago Fire,” David Eigenberg for some viewers will forever be Steve Brady, Miranda Hobbes’ ardent admirer, baby daddy and eventual husband on “Sex and the City.”

Soon he will return to the role on “And Just Like That …,” the “SATC” sequel series on HBO Max, the streaming service announced Wednesday.

Most of the “Sex and the City” cast is returning for the new chapter, including Cynthia Nixon as Miranda, Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie, Kristin Davis as Charlotte and Chris Noth as “Mr. Big.” A notable exception is Kim Cattrall, who played Samantha on the series and its two big-screen movies. who has been vocal about her unhappy memories of the show and said she outgrew the role.

Eigenberg was one of several cast members whose comebacks were announced Wednesday, including Mario Cantone as Anthony, Willie Garson as Stanford and Evan Handler as Charlotte’s husband Harry.

Production on “And Just Like That…” is scheduled to begin this summer in New York

On “Chicago Fire,” Eigenberg plays longtime firefighter and family man Christopher Herrmann. Like Steve, he owns a fictitious bar, the first-responder hangout Molly’s in Bucktown.

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