Kim Cattrall Set to Return as Samantha for 'And Just Like That'

Samantha Bergeson

Senior News Editor Sam Bergeson joined IndieWire in January 2022 after being a years-long fan of the site — and that fandom is embodied with rants on the atrocities of "Blonde," the genius of "The Room," and why "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" revolutionized the modern rom-com. A Bay Area native, Sam graduated with a double major in Journalism and Tisch Cinema Studies from New York University. Her work has appeared in Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, TV Insider, and E! Online.

Sam can quote "Goodfellas" along with "Devil Wears Prada," "Mad Men" plus "Girls" and "Sex and the City." Recent favorite shows include "You," "The Other Two," and "Yellowjackets." On (rainy) weekends, she can be found sneaking away to a matinee screening to have a full three-course meal during a revival screening at Alamo Drafthouse. If you care to stalk Sam, she also frequents the Metrograph, Angelika, iPic, Film Forum, McNally Jackson, and Three Lives and Co.

Your favorite news writer is obsessed with her dog, whom she named after "Frasier," aka the hands down best sitcom of the '90s and early 2000s. Don't fight her on it; she'll win. Sam may also have unwittingly based her life off of "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen" and "13 Going on 30," despite forever being, in her own mind and words, a pandemic 20something. A Ryan Gosling stan and Lady Gaga Method acting apologist, Sam is counting down the days until Adam Driver, Margot Robbie, and Penn Badgley team up on a project. Until then, find her latest obsessions on social media, if you know where to skillfully search.

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