“Sex and the City” author Candace Bushnell is entering a new era in life with her Off-Broadway show, just as her famous characters are scheduled to return to television for a long-awaited revival.

Bushnell, who is known for her best-selling “SATC” book series and being the real-life Carrie Bradshaw, is doing a one-woman show that is largely based on her real-life experiences.

The 63-year-old writer discusses a variety of topics during her performance in “Is There Still Sex in the City?” 

Although the title may seem a little risque, Bushnell told “CBS Mornings: Saturday” that show isn’t all about the intimate act.

“It’s not necessarily about sex, just sex per se. It’s about things that are sexy, [like] ambition, feeling like, ‘Hey, I can still make things happen,’” she said.

“Feeling the possibility? Feeling the possibilities,” Bushnell said. “That’s what I think it really is about.”

Bushnell’s one-woman show comes ahead of the premiere of the “SATC” revival. “And Just Like That” will star original cast members Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon. However, Kim Cattrall will not return to reprise her role for the series, 

The original series followed four friends, Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha as they navigated love and their careers in New York City. 

“Here were women, we were all living unconventional lives. And it was always this idea that you know, you don’t have to feel bad if you haven’t followed society’s rules about how your life is supposed to be,” Bushnell shared.

“And Just Like That” will premiere Thursday on HBO Max.

The cast of "Sex and the City Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristen Davis, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon attend the premiere of "Sex And The City 2" at Odeon, Leicester Square . (Photo by Rune Hellestad/Corbis via Getty Images) Photo: Rune Hellestad/Corbis via Getty Images