At the end of the 20th and beginning of the 21st centuries, HBO’s Sex and the City was one of the most popular series on television. Every week was highly anticipated, had millions watching and was thoroughly discussed in the days that followed. The four women/friends became like our friends. Each one represented an archetypal woman. There was never a dull moment for the six seasons it ran and then the subsequent two feature length films which were released.
Here you get everything all in one collection. Hours and hours and hours to binge. those few of you out there who haven’t seen it can catch up and then watch the new series airing now. Or rewatch and remember all the good times in the many episodes.
Carrie (played by Sarah Jessica Parker) is the narrator (seems natural as she is a writer) and kind of the focal point of the series. She forms a tight circle of female friends with lawyer Miranda (played by Cynthia Nixon), socialite Charlotte (played by Kristin Davis) and PR executive Samantha (played by Kim Cattrall).
As the title of the series indicates it is about dating, sex and relationships and the city it is set in is New York City. It was based on a super popular book by author Candace Bushnell and was taken on by series creator and head writer, Darren Star. The series went on to win an impressive seven Emmy Awards over its six seasons.
Throughout the series there was a spectacular array of reoccurring secondary characters as well as guest stars. Relive the times with Chris Noth, Willie Garson, Gabriel Macht, Timothy Olyphant, Ben Weber, Justin Theroux, John Benjamin Hickey, Mark Feuerstein, Bradley Cooper, David Eigenberg, Dan Futterman, Will Arnett, Jon Bon Jovi, and Dean Winters.
As for the two films, they were not as well-received as the series, especially the second one. But that being said, fans still enjoyed more from the four ladies.
- Inside Sex and the City
- Meet the Cast of Sex and the City
- The Writers of Sex and the City
- The Fashion of Sex and the City
- Sex and the City: Real New Yorkers
- Episode Commentary by Executive Producer, Michael Patrick King
- Behind-the-Scenes with Patricia Field
- Farewell Tributes
- Alternate Series Finale Endings
- Deleted Scenes
- Museum of TV & Radio Seminar Series
- USCAF Writer’s Panel Discussion