Sara Ramirez Exits ‘And Just Like That…’


Sara Ramirez‘s time has ended on the Sex and the City spinoff sequence And Just Like That… at Max.

By the tip of Season 2, Ramirez’s Che Diaz and Miranda Hobbs (Cynthia Nixon) had cut up for good and each had moved on to discover new relationships. A supply near manufacturing revealed to Deadline final month that Che’s story had concluded, and Ramirez wouldn’t be returning for Season 3.

As Che has a powerful friendship with Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), they may basically make appearances sooner or later. Max declined remark in January and once more for this story.

Earlier this yr, the Daily Mail claimed Che was being eradicated as a result of Ramirez’s pro-Palestine social media posts, however sources informed Deadline on the time that was false. Ramirez seemingly responded to the information with an Instagram put up shared a day later that learn, “Don’t let the tabloids distract you from what’s happening in Gaza. Really nice try, though.”

Ramirez starred in And Just Like That… for 2 seasons as Che, a non-binary stand-up comedian, author and podcast producer who labored with Carrie as she transitioned from newspaper columnist to sex-advice podcaster. Through Carrie, Che meets Miranda, Esq, and there was immediate chemistry. An affair started, adopted by Miranda’s separation from Steve (David Eigenberg) and an eventual divorce.

Miranda left behind her previous to observe Che to Los Angeles in Season 2, the place they filmed a pilot for a sequence they hoped to develop starring Tony Danza as their dad. When that flopped, the couple headed again east, the place issues fell aside and their romance ended. Jobless, Che discovered work serving to at a vet clinic the place they met somebody new, leaving their storyline wrapped up with a bow.

Although Ramirez and Nixon’s characters didn’t make a long-term love connection, the 2 stay nice associates. The former shared pictures Sunday evening by way of Instagram of Nixon, who’s performing Off Broadway in The Seven Year Disappear by Jordan Seavey and directed by Scott Elliott.


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