While we’ve never left Sex and the City far behind — with the Sex and the City Instagram account and an app from SATC author, not to mention keeping an eye on Sarah Jessica Parker’s IRL Carrie Bradshaw-esque shoe collection — we can’t help but be excited (and nervous) about the news that Sex and the City might be coming back to television.

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In a recent chat with the Press Association, Sarah Jessica Parker all but confirmed a reunion of the fab four, who left the series behind in 2004 after six successful years, by saying, “I don’t think any of us have said no. I don’t know whether it’s a series or the movie.” Um, OMG!

She continued by clarifying, “I think that remains an open question and discussion that will continue until it’s been resolved. I think that’s always a possibility, definitely.”

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If that’s not enough for you (how can it be?!), Willie Garson, who played Carrie’s bestie Stanford, told Digital Spy, “I know that Sarah [Jessica Parker]… had at one point had an idea for a story…”

Although this is totally exciting news, we can’t help but be a tad nervous, considering how poorly received the SATC movies were (especially that second one that maybe we should pretend didn’t happen at all) and we have to wonder: Would Sex and the City work in the time of Netflix and chill?

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(h/t Harper’s Bazaar; photos via Warner Bros.)