“Sex and the City” is set to premiere on Netflix on April 1, marking a significant move for the popular HBO series. Previously, the show was exclusively available on HBO Max, but Netflix has now secured a deal with Warner Bros. Discovery to license all six seasons of the beloved dramedy. This means that all 94 episodes of “Sex and the City” will be available for streaming on Netflix, allowing fans to enjoy the entire series from start to finish.

The arrival of “Sex and the City” on Netflix represents a major development for fans who may have missed the show during its original run from 1998 to 2004 or for those looking to revisit the iconic characters and storylines. With its sharp wit, bold fashion choices, and memorable relationships, the series has left a lasting impact on popular culture, making it a must-watch for many viewers.

Photo: Sex and the City – Starring Sarah Jessica Parker,Kim Cattrall,Cynthia Nixon/Hbo – Filmdb.co.uk

This move also highlights the continued competition and partnerships within the streaming industry, as Netflix secures rights to popular shows like “Sex and the City” to attract and retain subscribers. The availability of the series on both Netflix and HBO’s streaming service provides viewers with more options to access this beloved classic, ensuring that fans can enjoy the adventures of Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha whenever they please.

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