The best group of girlfriends on television, the amazing women of Sex and the City, could be coming to Netflix very soon! Get ready to see Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha on your screens this spring. According to Deadline, there's talks that all six seasons of Sex and the City will be streaming on Netflix in April 2024. While that's of course awesome, what if you want to stream the series right now?
Sex and the City is streaming on Max
The great news is that the comedy-drama does currently have a home online. All six seasons of Sex and the City are currently streaming on Max. That's because the show originally aired on Warner Bros. Discovery's HBO, which owns the online platform. Ready to see these glorious gals tackle friendship, careers, relationships, and more? You can get yourself a Max subscription through the streamer's website, as well as an add-on through Hulu or Prime Video. Check out all the options below:
How to sign up for Max
- Visit the Max sign up page
- Choose a Max plan
- Create an account by entering a username and a password
- Enter your chosen payment method
- Login to start watching Sex and the City!
The series ran from 1998 to 2004 starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, and Kim Cattrall. The franchise also features two movies, as well as spin-off seriesAnd Just Like That..., which has been renewed for a third season and will most likely come out in 2025. Three of the four friends -Parker, Davis, and Nixon - returned to the sequel series.
Netflix and licensed shows
The films as well as And Just Like That... will not be going to Netflix, and will remain streaming on Max exclusively. Sex and the City was, and still is, popular and revolutionary. It was amazing to see a story so focused on women and femininity. That's why I'm sure if this Netflix and Warner Bros. Discovery deal goes through, the '90s and 2000s project will be a hit on Netflix!
This movie is quite surprising as in the past, HBO would never have thought to give one of its most prominent productions over to its competitor. However after Netflix licensed Insecure, Ballers, Band of Brothers, and Six Feet Under, it was clear that the streaming giant could provide a bigger audience to HBO's projects. And I mean, just look at how USA Network's Suits exploded on the platform. Whether you're a fan of Netflix or not, it's definitely clear that the streamer is able to give shows a new life of sorts and bring back their popularity.
Other licensed shows that have come or are coming to Netflix also include This Is Us, the first four seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Lost. Other series' have already seen tremendous success like Grey's Anatomy and Riverdale. The licensing news has kept on coming, I wonder what else Netflix is working to get in its catalog!