Kim Cattrall is getting sexy for HBO once again.
The “Sex and The City” star has lined up an American-adaptation of the British show, “Sensitive Skin,” for the cable network, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Emmy winners Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green will write and executive produce the series. Brit Henry Normal, who owns Baby Cow productions (with comedian Steve Coogan), will also executive produce it, as will Hugo Blick, who wrote the British version of the show.
The original version ran on the BBC for two seasons and starred Blick alongside “Absolutely Fabulous” star Joanna Lumley. The two played sexy 60-somethings living in London.
Blick starred as a critic, while Lumley played a former model, who is tempted by sexy male suitors.
This is the second post-“Sex and The City” collaboration between Cattrall and HBO. In 2005, she executive produced and starred in the documentary “Kim Cattrall: Sexual Intelligence.”