Kim Cattrall is set to return to TV with a comedy project set in New York.
According to The Hollywood Reporter the star will appear in and executively produce an adaptation of British BBC Two series 'Sensitive Skin' which originally starred Joanna Lumley and Denis Lawson and was set in a London art gallery.
The sex-themed series will be produced by US cable channel HBO, which was also behind 'Sex and the City'.
It will centre around a middle-aged wife and mother (played by Kim) living in New York who rediscovers her sexuality and begins to question her place in the world and the choices she has made in life.
'Sensitive Skin' joins other British shows including Five comedy 'Suburban Shootout' and ITV drama 'Bad Girls', which are being developed by the channel.