HBO confirmed that Sarah Jessica Parker's new comedy Divorce and long-gestating sci-fi series Westworld are coming in fall 2016 on Thursday. No premiere dates have been set.

Divorce brings Sarah Jessica Parker back to TV for her first starring role since Sex and the City ended in 2004. She plays Frances, a woman who suddenly decides it's time to make big changes in her life. The series is written by Catastrophe's Sharon Horgan.

Westworld is a star-studded sci-fi series based on the groundbreaking 1973 film of the same name about a futuristic theme park where the androids who work there gain consciousness. It's executive-produced by Star Wars: The Force Awakensdirector J.J. Abrams and Person of Interest creator Jonathan Nolan and stars A-listers like Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris and James Marsden. HBO has high hopes for Westworld to be its next big hit, but it's taken a long time to get the show on the air — the pilot was filmed in 2014 and the series was originally slated for a fall 2015 debut.

The network also confirmed fall debuts for Insecure, a sitcom from YouTube star Issa Rae, and High Maintenance, an adaptation of an acclaimed web series about a pot deliveryman.