The four stars – Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon – have vowed it is the end of the cult New York series. During its six-year run, Sex and the City has won six Emmy awards and eight Golden Globes. It has commanded an international following, with millions of viewers worldwide.
Its shock value and frank sexual content guaranteed the show big publicity when it began. The on-screen chemistry between the co-stars also won a big female following. Sex and the City parties are being held around the UK to mark the end of an era, the last episode was broadcasted on Friday 19th March 2004.
Talk of a movie version of the series appears to have petered out. But Parker is teaming up with her husband Matthew Broderick for a new movie based on another hit US TV series Strangers With Candy. Sarah will play a frumpy outcast called Jerri who returns to high school after living on the streets for 30 years.