Chris Noth cut from final episode of ‘And Just Like That’ after scandal


Warning, this text contains spoilers for “And Just Like That”.

Actor Chris Noth, 67, accused of sex scandals, will not have his traditional character Mr. Big shown in the final scenes of the series “And Just Like That”. According to TV Line, the final sequence scheduled for him to appear has been scrapped.

According to the publication, a series of images was scheduled in the final moments of the HBO Max series derived from “Sex And the City” in which Mr. Big would appear from the beyond to help Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) deal with grief.

The final episode is set to air on February 3. In the scene in question, Carrie ventures to Paris’ Pont des Arts to scatter Big’s ashes into the River Seine. Then the character, who had died in the first episode, would appear. However, the outcome will be different.


Known as the Mr. Big of “Sex and the City”, the American actor has been facing allegations of sexual violence against two women. Actresses Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon, with whom he returned to star in the sequel to the series, “And Just Like That”, just released by HBO Max, said in a joint statement that they supported the victims. Noth denies the allegations.

The accusations against the actor were made by two women who used pseudonyms to give an interview to the specialized magazine “The Hollywood Reporter”. According to one, Noth raped her in 2004, when she was 22 years old. The other claims she was raped by him in 2015, at age 25.

“These stories could have been 30 years ago or 30 days ago — not always means no — that’s a line I haven’t crossed,” the actor said in response to the magazine. “The meetings were consensual. It’s hard not to question when these stories were released. I’m not sure why they’re popping up now, but I know this: I didn’t attack these women,” he defended.

Chris Noth was also fired from the series “The Equalizer”, of which he was part of the main cast. The statement was made by Universal Television and the American broadcaster CBS, where the production was shown.


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