Sarah Jessica Parker's HBO series "Divorce" is not getting canceled as a result of the actress's feud with Kim Cattrall, despite a false report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this claim. Although it's undetermined at this time if the TV show will be renewed, Parker's rep tells us Cattrall has nothing to do with the situation.
Earlier this year, Parker sent condolences to Cattrall on Instagram following the death of her brother, but the gesture did not go over well. Cattrall accused her former "Sex and the City" co-star of "exploiting" the tragedy to look like a "nice girl," and added, "You are not my friend." What does this have to do with Parker's TV show?
According to RadarOnline, all involved in the production of "Divorce" are now "ready to walk" following that controversy. A so-called "source" tells the site that HBO would rather reboot "Sex and the City" than renew "Divorce" for a third season, "but with all the drama surrounding it, [Parker] could end up without either project." The outlet's supposed insider further contends that Parker is getting tired of the show as well, as the long workdays have supposedly taken a toll on her. "It's been a tough time, and her feud with Kim Cattrall is only adding to the stress," adds the seemingly phony tipster.
But while the blog hides behind an unknown and untraceable "source," conversely Gossip Cop is told on the record by Parker's rep that this story is "false." Whatever issues the actress may have with her former co-star, it's completely unrelated to her new HBO show and whether or not it will return. It still remains to be seen if season 3 of "Divorce" will get the greenlight, but that decision has zero to do with Cattrall.
It's also worth noting, "Divorce" creator Sharon Horgan said in an interview last month that she already has a number of ideas for a third season. The showrunner revealed there are new topics she's "interested in exploring," further noting she's eager to come up with "more predicaments" for the characters following the Season 2 finale. Clearly, those involved with the production are not "ready to walk," as falsely claimed by the website.
Additionally, RadarOnline is hardly a reliable source when it comes to Parker's career. Gossip Cop corrected the site in 2016 for wrongly reporting that Parker had officially signed on for Sex And The City 3. Obviously, the sequel never got made. This latest article surrounding the actress's HBO show is more lies.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.