Sarah Jessica Parker is reportedly posed for a return to HBO, a decade after finishing her run on the network as Carrie Bradshaw in "Sex and the City."
HBO is nearing a deal for a new comedy called "Divorce" that would likely star and be produced by Parker, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Per THR, the series centers around "a middle-aged woman (Parker) who, influenced by her two single friends, impulsively brings up the idea of divorce with her husband but then can't decide whether to actually go through with it -- until her husband discovers the affair she's been having and calls the marriage off."
Should the project move forward, it will mark Parker's first major television role since "Sex and the City." Her only other recent TV appearance was a recurring part as a fashion editor on "Glee" during the show's fourth season.
Post-"Sex and the City" (and the two films that followed it), she's also appeared in movies like "Did You Hear About the Morgans?" and "I Don't Know How She Does It," as well as launching her own shoe line.