We have all watched “Sex and the city” If you have not, you have been living under a rock or seriously despise HBO.
Four single women search for romance in New York. It was aired from June 1998 to February 2004. Become part of lots of women’s lives.
The must-see or newly recorded episode I used to be hooked on, the drama, the real-life feelings and connections you have, the nodding at the screen, and wondering which one of these characters fits you most! Here is a list of some of the most shocking, engaging, and strange things about this series:
When about to film the 2nd movie, Actors, production managers, and editors signed two-page agreements saying that anyone who revealed plot points would be slapped with a fine of $2.5 million, according to a source close to the production crew.
Kristen Davis said that her grandma would not have understood the show, so she never told her the title or what the show was about.
Before he became president, Donald Trump made googly eyes with Samantha on Season 2. In his scene, Trump was having dinner with his business partner at a restaurant Samantha was dining at
Sarah Jessica Parker discovered she was pregnant with her son, David while filming the first episode of a new SATC series in 2002.
Parker felt unwell and sent her assistant to get her a home pregnancy test. Kim Cattrall and her third (now ex) husband published a book entitled, Satisfaction: The Art Of The Female Orgasm.
Patricia Field is credited as a costume designer for thirty-five episodes from 1999 – 2004. She is also the mastermind behind costumes in the 2006 film “The Devil Wears Prada.” Carrie’s tutu in the opening credits cost $5 from a showroom bargain bin. It’s now framed and hangs in Michael Patrick King’s office.
Season 5 was created to be shorter than the other series’ because Sarah Jessica Parker was pregnant. Willie Garson, who plays Stanford, was set up on a blind date with Parker years before Sex and the City was filmed.
They are close friends in real life. When Carrie bumps into Aidan carrying his baby in Season 6, Sarah Jessica Parker’s child, that’s why the baby looks so pleased to see her – CUTE!
In the scene where Trey proposes to Charlotte, a fake Tiffany’s window is used because Tiffany’s wouldn’t allow the actual store to be filmed. However, a Tiffany team member approved the fake one before filming began.
When Samantha runs into Phoebe (played by Geri Halliwell) on the street, they talk about Soho House, which they’re standing outside.
When the scene was filmed, Victoria and David Beckham were inside the private members’ club. The most expensive dress Carrie wore was the Atelier Versace Couture ‘Mille Feuille’ gown in the penultimate SATC episode when she was in Paris awaiting her date with Aleksandr Petrovsky. It cost $80,000.
Scripts were printed on antiscam security paper, so if anyone tried to duplicate a page, the words “do not copy” would print all over it, making it impossible to read.
In 2012, Carrie Bradshaw “lived” sold for $9.65 Million. The Magnolia Bakery on 401 Bleeker Street in New York became popular after Miranda and Carrie stopped for a cupcake. T
he store now has to employ a bouncer. An honest lawyer wrote the pre-nuptial agreement that Bunny made Charlotte sign!
Ever wonder why you never see SJP’s boobs? Sarah Jessica Parker was the only one of the girls with a clause in her contract stating she would never appear nude on screen.
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