Sex and the City (1998 - 2004)


Sex and the City

71%

Avg Tomatometer

93%

Avg Audience Score

Series Info

The story revolves around four sassy New-York based women, Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha who are in search of love, romance and long-lasting relationships.

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Seasons

88%
Critics Consensus: Despite problematic blindspots, Sex and the City secures its spot as a harbinger of authentic, women-centric ensemble television to come.

2003, HBO, 20 episodes

73%
Critics Consensus: The City gets appropriately introspective in its fifth, post-9/11 season, with Carrie and the women hustling through heartache and searching for meaning.

2002, HBO, 8 episodes

86%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2001, HBO, 18 episodes

67%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2000, HBO, 18 episodes

60%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1999, HBO, 18 episodes

54%
Critics Consensus: As they watched the first season of Sex and the City unfold, viewers couldn't help but wonder... had they watched smarts and satire, or was this just cringe and Cosmo?

1998, HBO, 12 episodes

Cast

Sarah Jessica Parker
as Carrie Bradshaw
Kristin Davis
as Charlotte York
Cynthia Nixon
as Miranda Hobbes
Kim Cattrall
as Samantha Jones
David Eigenberg
as Steve Brady
Kyle MacLachlan
as Dr. Trey McDougal
Ron Livingston
as Jack Berger
John Corbett
as Aidan Shaw
James Remar
as Richard Wright
Frances Sternhagen
as Bunny MacDougal
Evan Handler
as Harry Goldenblatt
Mikhail Baryshnikov
as Aleksandr Petrovsky
Jason Lewis
as Smith Jerrod
Willie Garson
as Stanford Blatch
Mario Cantone
as Anthony Marantino
Blair Underwood
as Robert Leeds
Amy Sedaris
as Courtney
Anne Meara
as Mary Brady
Julie Halston
as Bitsy Von Muffling
Pierre Epstein
as Rabbi Minsch
Mark Devine
as Yankee Joe
John Enos III
as Mr. Cocky
Nathan Lane
as Bobby Fine
Robert John Burke
as Walker Lewis
Christopher Orr
as Alexander
Ben Weber
as Skipper Johnston
Ron Rifkin
as Julian Fisher
Fredda Tone
as Waitress
Ed Koch
as Himself
Dina Pearlman
as Ruby Rosen
Billy Wirth
as Dr. Mark Ruffalo
Francine Beers
as Mrs. Cohen
Wallace Langham
as Willie Applegate
Cody Arens
as Martin
Alexandra Palmari
as Mary Elizabeth
Molly Price
as Susan Sharon
Emily Cline
as Jessica
Elizabeth Canavan
as Mourner No. 1
Tom Cappadona
as Cab Driver
Louise Gallanda
as Mourner No. 2
Nadia Dajani
as Nina Katz
Cheryl Bricker
as Dr. Grayson
Jamie Gustis
as Paul Watkins
Lisa Gay Hamilton
as Kendall Walker
Danton Stone
as Patrick
Tracy Tobin
as Celeste
Michael Knowles
as Marathon man
Diego Lopez
as Bill Hope
Melissa Short
as Cassandra
Caprice Benedetti
as Judith McBain
Lynda Gravatt
as Bus Waiter
Mark Deklin
as Ship officer
Joseph O'Brien
as Father Andrew
Erica Tazel
as Dance teacher
Paul Albe
as Repairman
Aidan Sullivan
as Cute hip girl
Kevyn Aucoin
as Himself
Michael Hollick
as Dickie sailor
Seth Gabel
as Sweet young sailor
Lisa Leguillou
as Woman in Love
Chuck Bunting
as Construction worker
Orlando Pita
as Himself
Erin Stutland
as Waitress
Luca Calvani
as O's assistant
Chris Tschupp
as Cute rain guy
Douglas McInnis
as Construction worker
Jose Llana
as Damian
Tom Myler
as Joseph
Philip Levy
as Deli manager
Chandra Wilson
as Police officer
David A. Clark
as Man in black
Adrian Martinez
as Delivery boy
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