Sex and the City stars are set to make big bucks with the show's revival.
Variety reports that Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis are all set to make over US$1 million (NZ$1.4m) per episode for the 10-episode series produced by HBO Max.
The trio will serve as executive producers as well as starring in the new series.
It's unclear what Parker's salary was at the start of the series back in 1998, but according to Celebrity Net Worth, she made $4.1m per episode for the last three seasons after she was made executive producer.
The other stars were paid nowhere near what Parker was.
Kim Cattrall, Davis and Nixon allegedly made $450,000 per episode toward the show's end, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Parker made $19m for the first movie in 2008 and $25m for the second movie in 2012.
Cattrall was paid $9m for the first SATC movie and $12m for the second.
Davis, 55, earned $3.8m for the first Sex and the City movie and $5m for the second film.
Nixon, 54 also made $3.8m for the first film, and while it's unclear what she made for the second movie, it's likely that her salary was the same as Davis's: $5m.
In fact, it was their salary differences that contributed to the fallout between Parker and Cattrall.
The Telegraph reported at the time that Parker was given the title of executive producer in the second season, bumping her salary up. This urged Cattrall to negotiate a higher salary, which didn't sit well with the others. They "wouldn't even sit with [Cattrall] at mealtimes".
Cattrall will not be returning to the reboot as Samantha Jones.
The revival, titled "And Just Like That..." will follow Carrie Bradshaw (Parker), Charlotte York (Davis) and Miranda Hobbes (Nixon) as they navigate their friendship in their 50s through 30-minute episodes.
Fans have been voicing their disappointment about Cattrall's absence from the show all over Parker's social media, with the actress taking the time to respond.
"Happy to see you back but will miss Kim/Samantha," one commenter wrote on 55-year-old Parker's Instagram, to which she replied, "We will too. We loved her so. X."
Responding to another comment, SJP said: "I don't dislike her [Cattrall]. I've never said that. Never would. Samantha isn't part of this story. But she will always be part of us. No matter where we are or what we do. X."
Cattrall, 64, made it clear over the past couple of years that she would not return to any future Sex and the City projects.
Her feud with Parker entered the public domain after Cattrall said she had no interest in starring in a third Sex and the City movie and added that she and her castmates "were never friends".
The original show first aired in 1998 and is one of the most celebrated series of all time, having cemented its place in pop culture history.