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Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

“And just like that”: A third season without Che? That’s for sure

“And just like that” is a new chapter of the groundbreaking HBO production “Sex and the City”. The series presents the further fate of Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (CynthiaNixon) and Charlotte (Christina Davis), who, after going through a complicated period of life and friendship in their thirties, face the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their fifties.

Not only the stars of the original series returned to the series, but many new faces also appeared. Sara Ramirez, known from “Grey’s Anatomy”, also joined the cast of the first season. She played Che Diaz, a non-binary person who does stand-up and hosts a podcast on which Carrie is a regular guest. Ramirez is also non-binary in his private life.

After the information was published, Raminez received a lot of hate. For some it has become a symbol of modernity, for others it has become an object of ruthless attacks. Ramirez ignored the hate that was poured out not only on the series character, but also on the actress.

“I know about this wave of hate that has swept the Internet, but I have to protect my own mental health and the art I create. We built a character who is human, who is imperfect, complex, who is not there to please people. He is supposed to be herself,” she emphasized in an interview with the New York Times.

Raminez’s heroine also aroused controversy due to Che’s affair with one of the main characters of the series – Miranda. Thus, they not only significantly changed the heroine’s sexual orientation, but above all, separated her from Steve, who was the favorite of many viewers. Miranda’s relationship with Che also went down in history. It is already known that Raminez will not appear in the new episodes.