Oh well, it might encourage people to seek out the original.
Kim Cattrall is to star in a new sex-themed comedy series from the broadcaster that first aired Sex And The City.
The show is based on Sensitive Skin, the Joanna Lumley-starring British series which aired on BBC Two, and is from The Sopranos writers Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green.
Cattrall will play a married middle-aged mother living in New York. Her character rediscovers her sexuality and begins wondering what she is doing with her life.
The actress - Samantha Jones in SATC - will executive produce along with Burgess, Green and Hugo Blick, who wrote and directed the UK original.
US cable channel HBO is said to be investing a significant amount of money in the Skin adaptation.