Miranda Hobbes is a career-minded lawyer with extremely cynical views on relationships and men. As Harvard Law School is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts it is unlikely she yet lived in NYC three hours away, unless she was simply in New York at the time and was friends with Carrie during her last year of college. It is more likely a mistake of the writing. Miranda is from the Philadelphia area, and is Carrie's best friend, confidante, and voice of reason.
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In the most heavily circulated snippet of the interview, the year-old actress tells Morgan about the intra-cast turmoil that influenced her choice to not reprise her role in the SATC franchise:. And this is really where I take to task the people from Sex and the City and specifically Sarah Jessica Parker, is that I think she could have been nicer. I really think she could have been nicer. Moments beforehand, Cattrall had spoken with passion about the joy she derived from playing her character, the sexed-up bombshell publicist Samantha Jones. The decision to leave the role behind, which she says she made in , at the age of 60, was a choice to conclude one long chapter of her life. To Cattrall, her departure also marked an opportunity for the series to expand beyond the provincial territory it explored during its original run—and correct prior wrongs in the process:.
The series often featured frank discussions about romance and sexuality. A sequel to the film, titled Sex and the City 2 ,  was released in to similar commercial success but even larger critical failure. A third film was announced in December , but in September , Parker confirmed that it was not going to happen. Carrie walks through the streets of New York City thinking about events that have happened to her and her friends.
Suivez Nous. It seems like Sex and the City debuted only yesterday. The revolutionary show tackled topics ranging from fashion to sex to dating and parenting in a frank and heartfelt way, setting the tone for the golden age of television that followed.