Sarah Jessica Parker stars as Carrie Bradshaw, a New York writer who finds inspiration for her column from the genuine, emotional, and often humorous exploits of her friends and lovers.

Although Sex and the City last aired in 2004, the story isn’t over just yet: Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte will navigate life and friendships as 50-somethings in And Just Like That..., a new series coming soon to HBO Max.

Watch Sex and the City for Free

Stream the very first episode of Sex and the City now — no subscription required.

9 Cameos You May Have Missed

Timothy Olyphant, Kat Dennings, and David Duchovny are just some of the faces to keep an eye out for while rewatching the award-winning series.

Episodes Best Watched Uncut

To fully appreciate the groundbreaking series and its female-driven stories, these episodes need to be watched in their original form.

Looking Back

Hear from Sarah Jessica Parker, Darren Star, and Michael Patrick King about how it all began.

Twenty years after the groundbreaking series premiere, the actor and executive producer reveals the biggest misconception about Carrie, and which iconic accessory she kept from set.

Executive producer Michael Patrick King celebrates the seminal series by looking back at its humble beginnings — and its evolution into an international phenomenon.

If you can’t help but wonder what makes the show so timeless, the show’s creator shares his thoughts.

Sex And The City

“Daring in its conception of character, Sex and the City was a brilliant and, in certain ways, radical show.”

— The New Yorker


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