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Five Sex and the City podcasts to stream after And Just Like That…

Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and the absent-Samantha have become a big presence across pop culture (Picture: HBO)

Are you more of a Samantha or a Charlotte? Should Carrie have ended up with Aidan, a good-on-paper type?

These questions sum up the cultural power of Sex and the City, and its enduring legacy. From turning characters names into personality types to ushering in a new lexicon for talking about sex, love and dating, Carrie Bradshaw and her clique have left their Manolo Blahnik shaped footprints in history.

With And Just Like That, the HBO Max rebooted series reuniting the cast (with one very notable exception), fans of the original series have fallen back in love and a whole new generation have started to follow the Manhattanites.

So, what are some good Sex and the City podcasts to stream while savouring a Cosmo?

Sex and the City podcasts

And Just Like That…The Writers Room

The official companion podcast for And Just Like That will invite writer and director Michael Patrick King and executive producers Elisa Zuritsky and Julie Rottenberg each week to join writers of the show (Samantha Irby, Rachna Fruchbom, and Keli Goff) and special guests to unpack the latest episodes.

Podcast episodes are available each week across different platforms, including on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

The podcast will allow fans to get a behind-the-scenes look into the choices that shaped the stories to revisit the original Sex and the City characters, Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte, along with the new friends and storylines.

Every Outfit

What first started out as a lovingly obsessive Instagram account (@everyoutfitonsatc), hosts Chelsea Fairless and Lauren Garroni have turned their attention to a podcast too.

The Instagram account would dissect looks from the original run of Sex and the City and has amassed over 738,000 followers – including Sarah Jessica Parker herself, who regularly interacts with the Instagram account and its followers.

The podcast releases weekly episodes every Friday, available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

The Bradshaw Boys


Proving that Sex and the City can also be for the boys, The Bradshaw Boys is a podcast where three guys watch Sex and the City for the first time ever and then discuss.

Hosted by Emmy winning director Cory Cavin, Jon Sieber and comedian Kevin James Doyle, the podcast has run for three seasons so far, with the boys most recently turning their attention to the And Just Like That reboot episodes – and they got Kristin Davis’ approval!

The Bradshaw Boys is available to stream through Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

So I Got to Thinking – The Sex and the City Podcast


Writer Juno Dawson and journalist Dylan B. Jones rewatch Sex and the City and then try to answer the many questions posed by Carrie Bradshaw from a modern perspective.

New episodes are released weekly, and the podcast is available through Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

Carried Away… The Sex and the City Rewatch Podcast

Two twenty-somethings explore classic SATC from a modern perspective (Picture: Captivate/Carried Away)

Proving its merits as culturally significant or questioning where Sex and the City fits into a modern woman’s perspective?

This is the foundation of Carried Away, a podcast which has two twenty-somethings re-watch every episode of the iconic show, nearly two decades after first airing.

Each episode of the podcast delves into the characters, questions and themes of an episode of the show, with the hosts watching chronologically.

So, for a deep dive of the early seasons, you can stream Carried Away through Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

Credit: Original article published here.

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