Well, with this kind of title, how can it go wrong? Well, it didn't!
It's a series about 4 women (single for that matter) who talk (like almost all single women do) about men! And some...
The TV series is captivating enough for many single women out there to go and buy and entire season and then began watching it non-stop (and I do mean literally non-stop!) on their DVD players or Tivo these days rather than to see it on TV over a course of a few years. At least I didn't do that. My (single) colleague bought a few seasons at one go and that's when I got hold of this entertaining, humorous and 'insightful' program.
The TV series progressed into the big screen but I still prefer the TV series where no ending seems to be in sight. Normally, that's a no-no, but in this case, it's ok to not have a 'proper' ending to the show. The show is so enjoyable to watch that one can munch on popcorn every night to keep up with it. Of course, that means no sex for that night despite that it's all about sex (well, of course I'm just joking... not all, but a big part of it). No wonder even men could sit through this series!!!
One thing is certain, the show doesn't distinguish sex and love that much. Ok, it's up to you to know what is what and it's afterall a series for adults! But then again, do adults truly know which is which? ;-)
STICTLY FOR ADULTS ONLY!!!
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Sex and the City is an HBO series that was broadcasted from 1998 to 2004. The series follows the life of four women in their personal and professional life in NYC:
Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker): The narrator, fashionista and writer of the column "Sex and the city. On and off relationship with Mr. Big, played by Chris Noth.
Charlotte (Kristin Davis): Conservative and love driven who has a passion for art, a family and a Park Avenue home. Ironically she was first married to Trey, her perfect husband by the ways that Charlotte defines marriage, but eventually realizes the passion is not there and ends up with Harry, which for she converts to Judaism.
Miranda (Cynthia Nixon): Corporate and career driven as a successful lawyer, puts her job above relationships and is extremely cynical. Being a successful woman definitely has its perks, however she has to overcome obstacles when she meets men who are not as successful as she is in the office. Eventually, she meets her to be husband, Steve Brady and juggles a marriage, a child and her career.
Samantha (Kim Cattrell): Independent, sexually outspoken successful woman in public relations. Loyal to her friends but not to her partners, she eventually becomes involved in a committed relationship and goes through a lot personally as she finds out she has breast cancer.