Another classic HBO series is coming to Netflix: Sex and the City. In a deal with Warner Bros. Discovery, all six seasons of the plot created by Darren Star should be made available to subscribers of the streaming platform soon.
In addition to Sex and the Cityother series created by HBO have already landed on Netflix, such as Ballers, Six Feet Under, Insecure, The Pacific, War brothers (Band of Brothers), and others. Warner Bros. strategy Discovery is about attracting more audiences to its original productions and, of course, making a profit.
See what we know so far about the arrival of Sex and the City on Netflix and when the premiere should take place.
When does Sex and the City come to Netflix?
Sex and the City debuted on HBO in 1998Source: HBO/Disclosure
The news of the series' arrival on a new streaming platform has not yet been made official by the companies. However, information obtained by The New York Times they guarantee that the licensing is already official and the news will happen.
According to rumors, the debut of Sex and the City on Netflix should happen in early April. It is not known, however, whether the global launch will be on the same day.
Sex and the City
The series Sex and the City tells the story of Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), a New York journalist. The character has three best friends: Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon).
Together, they experience the dilemmas of adult life in relation to work, family, personal life, relationships and sex. The series became a success for bringing each character with a different personality, but which complement each other.
Sex and the City premieres on Netflix in AprilSource: HBO/Disclosure
Sex and the City is a series based on a book of the same name by Candace Bushnell and aired on HBO between 1998 and 2004. Almost 20 years later, the characters returned for the revival And Just Like Thatfrom HBO Max, showing the friends' lives at a more mature age.
The sequence debuted in 2021 and already has two seasons. The only actress of the four main characters who did not agree to be part of the series is Kim Cattrall, who played Samantha. In the last season, however, she made a small appearance. The plot has already been renewed once again.
While Sex and the City doesn't come to Netflix, you can watch all six seasons on HBO Max, as well as And Just Like That.