There will never be another Sex and the City. It has spawned two feature films and millions of loyal fans and even left a lasting legacy on the way women are portrayed in pop culture. The storylines and characters are always enough to keep us entertained, but some of the things that went down behind-the-scenes are even more interesting than what we saw play out on the screen. Robert Leeds. In the final season, Carrie falls in love with Aleksandr Petrovsky, the Russian artist. In real life, Mikhail Baryshnikov is extremely talented and actually wrote the music himself. But so many fans were interested in buying it, that it was actually published in ! Kristin Davis kept the information on the down-low, though. At least from her grandmother.
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Sex and the City is a show known for many things — the female friendship of four strong women, the unpredictable New York City dating scene, and risk-taking fashion, but the hit HBO series, which aired from to , isn't all pink tutus and cosmos. Beneath the various romantic storylines, there's a darker side to SATC that even the most die-hard fans don't know. From close calls with casting to behind-the-scenes feuds , stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon, as well as the suited studio execs, apparently had a lot to hide during their six-season run and subsequent big-screen sequels. What went down on the other side of the camera? Sit back and keep reading to learn all about the dirty details that this boundary-pushing cast and crew never wanted viewers to know.
O utlander is famous for its sex scenes—but unlike many shows on television, these scenes don't just serve to titillate and objectify. They're stories within the story, never superfluous, and always purposeful. They drive character development, and are essential to the relationship between protagonists Claire and Jamie. They're also just really beautiful to watch, because guess what?