The Sex And The City Seasons 1-6 follows the lives of four fashionable young women in New York City. The story line revolves around the life and the relationship problems faced by these women on a day to day basis. The success of the show had mainly been because of the talented actors and the witty plot.
Sex and the City was always at its heart a valentine to New York City, something that becomes especially apparent toward the end of its run, with the restaurant/club/bar of the week settings giving way to a collection of postcard images, fall shading gloriously into winter. The self-consciously naughty dialogue is still here, of course, though the boyfriend-of-the-week issues have been traded in, since all the characters have a steady at this point.
The Sex And The City DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the series premiere in which the four stars make a pact at Miranda's birthday party that they will start having sex like men (i.e. without feeling or attachment). Charlotte is skeptical of the idea, but Carrie takes to the idea immediately by sleeping with her ex-boyfriend.
Sarah Jessica Parker (the de facto lead character of the show) stars as Carrie Bradshaw, a popular sex columnist for a local newspaper who travels in numerous Manhattan social circles. Carrie is engaged in a tempestuous on-again, off-again relationship with a mystery man always referred to as "Mr. Big".
The milestone gives cause for the various women to reflect - Samantha is happy with her various sexual liaisons, Miranda realizes that marriage does not equate with happiness, Charlotte loses her appetite for Trey following a late night incident, and Carrie is disappointed when her dinner party bombs, but she perks up when Mr. Big arrives unannounced with a bottle of Champagne…
The show had been hugely popular equally among men and women. The series managed to rope in a large loyal fan base and had been critically acclaimed for the brilliant acting abilities of the cast as well as the clever plot and story line which managed to keep things interesting and fresh throughout all the tv guide.