Aidan is back again!
Although much of the "Sex and the City" reboot has been shrouded in mystery, John Corbett has dropped a small bombshell in revealing that he's been cast to reprise his Aidan Shaw character for the series.
"I'm going to do the show," he told Page Six, adding that it's "very exciting" for him.
John played Carrie Bradshaw's ex-fiancé in the show, and some fans had always hoped their characters would end up together.
In the chat, John implied that his appearance on the hugely anticipated reboot, titled "And Just Like That…," isn't a one-time thing.
When asked how many episodes he would be involved in, John said, "I think I might be in quite a few. I like all those people, they've been very nice to me."
The series is set for 10 episodes and will star Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis. Kim Cattrall will not be in the series, as there have long been reports of a Kim-SJP feud.
John, however, never saw tension. Then again, he wasn't around the women often.
"I only worked with Sarah Jessica Parker. I think I had one scene with all the girls," he said. "They were always cordial. Cordial with me. I got to know the other girls because when you show up for work, you've got to wait a few hours while they finish up a scene, but we always had nice chats and hugs. I never saw it or heard about it."
While reports claim Chris Noth is not in the reboot, the actor who played Mr. Big has hinted that he might still make an appearance.
SJP recently gushed about temporarily rebooting the show in a chat with The Sun.
"I'm excited about being back with Cynthia and Kristin and on the streets of New York," she said. "It's very possible that a great actress will join us, and she will have a huge impact and we'll want to be with her more, the audience will want to see her more. I'm just very excited."
While reuniting with her friends is certainly gratifying, Sarah is also looking forward to her wardrobe.
"Some of the happiest memories I have are fittings for the show. I worked 18 to 20-hour days for years," she said. "After filming, I would go into fitting at 1 a.m. or 2 a.m. for three to five hours because you'd be doing two episodes back to back. At points, I was wearing 20 to 30 costumes per two episodes. But they were so much fun and I did whatever I was told. I would try on anything. No matter how ridiculous."