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HBO Observes Sex And The City’s 25th Anniversary

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Can you believe it’s been 25 years since one of TV’s most famous franchises came out? That’s right, SATC has reached its silver anniversary – and HBO Max is ready to celebrate!

Celebrating Sex and the City

In the last few days, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon have all taken to social media to express their views on the successful series, which followed the lives of best New York friends Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes, Charlotte York, and Samantha Jones.

The show Sex and the City first aired on June 6, 1998, and ended after six seasons in 2004 (although there were also two feature films, a prequel show, and a spin-off series produced).

Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda, posted a throwback photo and a comparison to an actual picture. She also wrote: “Before the show, I never thought anything as big and wonderful as this could happen to me. And now I can’t imagine my life without it!

Jessica Parker, on the other hand, shared a photo of Carrie’s necklace and the caption, “It’s our silver anniversary, but the memories will always be gold.


Meanwhile, Davis posted a video with clips of SATC and shared that “it is impossible to believe it has been 25 years! I consider myself the luckiest person in the world to be a part of this story.

Kim Cattrall was nowhere to be seen.

About Sex and the City

SATC also featured Jason Lewis as Smith Jerrod (a recurring role and a character in a relationship with Samantha), Big Fat Greek Wedding actor John Corbett (as Aidan, Carrie’s on-off boyfriend), Blair Underwood (as Dr. Robert Leeds), and, of course, Chris Noth (as iconic character Big). There were also plenty of recurring roles and guest roles, including Evan Handler as Harry Goldenblatt, David Eingerber as Steve Brady, and Jack Mulcahy as Charlotte’s brother Wesley. It’s also rumored that Matthew Broderick was invited to the show but said no after he was told he’d play a premature ejaculator.

Sex and the City gained immense popularity for its frank and humorous portrayal of the characters’ dating lives, career aspirations, and friendships. The show tackled topics like love, sex, relationships, and the challenges of being single in a vibrant urban setting. It was celebrated for its witty writing, stylish fashion choices, and the strong bond between the female leads.

The series has had a significant cultural impact, influencing fashion trends, sparking discussions about gender roles and relationships, and becoming an iconic representation of female friendship and empowerment in popular culture.

Most Memorable Sex and the City Scenes

Since we’re celebrating Sex and the City’s anniversary, let’s go through some memorable moments that live rent-free in our minds, shall we?

  • Carrie realizes Aidan Shaw only wants to marry her because he doesn’t trust her (ouch).
  • Miranda dates (or beds) 41 men and one woman.
  • Samantha sleeps with Donald Trump’s single friend Ed.
  • Carrie discovers she’s been dumped through a Post-it note.
  • Charlotte decides to divorce Trey MacDogal.
  • Miranda realized she is pregnant.
  • Carrie falls on the runway.
  • Carrie accepts Big’s sincerity — finally.
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