Chris Noth Stars in new Peloton commercial after ‘SATC’ reboot Death: ‘He’s Alive’


And just like that… is he still alive?

Warning: This article contains spoilers for “And just like that…”

On Thursday, HBO Max premiered the first two episodes of “And Just Like That…”, the much-anticipated reboot of the series “Sex and the City.”

Carrie Bradshaw’s husband, John James Preston – known as Mr. Big –died at the end of the first episode. He suffers a heart attack after a Peloton tour with a fictional guide named Allegra (played by the real Peloton instructor Jess King).

Well, Peloton is reconfiguring that story with a new ad released on Sunday, that seems to suggest Mr. Big, played by Chris Noth, is somewhere (heaven maybe?) with King.

“With new beginnings,” Noth told her, to which she replied, “With new beginnings.”

“You look great,” she told him lovingly. He replied, “I feel great.”

Looking at his Peloton in the background, he asked, “Should we take another ride? Life’s too short, isn’t it?

As the camera pans to the duo giggling by the fire, a voice – belonging to actor Ryan Reynolds – plays along with the laundry list reminding you that cycling is actually good for you. Reynolds wrote, produced, and shot the scene with his Maximum Effort media company. They were responsiblefor 2019 ad responsearriveThe controversial Peloton adthat same year when a woman’s husband bought her one of those expensive stationary bikes.

“And just as the world is reminded that regular cycling stimulates and improves your heart, lungs and circulation, reducing your risk of cardiovascular disease,” Reynolds can be heard saying in the ad. new to Noth. “Cycling strengthens your heart muscle, lowers resting heart rate, and lowers blood fat. He is alive.”

Peloton has been trending this weeksince Big died shortly after getting off one of their bikes with many peopleask if that’s really a thing.

Denise Kelly, a spokeswoman for Peloton, confirmed that the company approved King’s portrayal of a fictional instructor in the episode, which isfirst reported by BuzzFeed.

However, “for security reasons, HBO did not disclose the broader context around the scene to Peloton in advance,” Kelly said.

Kelly also submitted an additional statement from Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a preventive cardiologist who is a member of Peloton’s Health & Wellness Advisory Board.

Steinbaum said: “I’m sure SATC fans, like me, were saddened to hear that Mr. Big had passed away from a heart attack. “Mr. Big lives what many call a lavish lifestyle – which includes cocktails, cigars and big steaks – and is at serious risk because he suffered a previous heart event in Season 6. These This lifestyle choice and perhaps even his family history, often a significant factor, were the likely causes of his death. may help delay his cardiac event.”

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