Sex and the City not only marked an entire generation of viewers but has also left an indelible mark on television. The seven-time Primetime Emmy Award-winning series has now found a new home on Netflix.

The romantic comedy follows four New Yorkers gossiping about their sex lives (or lack thereof) and finding new ways to navigate womanhood in the 90s while living in the Big Apple and all that entails.

Created by Darren Star, the 94-episode, six-season series is based on the successful novel written by American columnist Candace Bushnell, which was originally published in 1996.

Sex and the City ranked No. 6 series on Netflix worldwide

Although Sex and the City originally aired on HBO from 1998 to 2004, the iconic TV show has become one of the new trends on Netflix, as it has found a new home among the streaming giant’s users.

According to Flix Patrol, the comedy is not only the #6 most-watched series, but it has also managed to dethrone many popular productions that have been on the worldwide Top 10 for a while, such as Physical: 100.

The story follows the lives of four women in their thirties and forties living in New York City. The episodes focus on their friendships, romantic relationships, careers and their experiences navigating the dating scene in the city.

It received critical acclaim for its writing, performances, and portrayal of female friendship and sexuality. Also for its iconic fashion moments, with Carrie Bradshaw’s eclectic wardrobe becoming particularly influential.

It has gained a large base of devoted fans and has spawned two movies, Sex and the City: The Movie in 2008 and Sex and the City 2 in 2010, as well as a prequel series called The Carrie Diaries and a sequel series titled And Just Like That…

Sex and the City’s most iconic characters

Of course, many big stars have appeared in episodes of Sex and the City, but the most remembered characters are related to its four protagonists, the most iconic women’s group of friends on television:

Carrie Bradshaw (played by Sarah Jessica Parker): Carrie is a columnist and writer who serves as the show’s protagonist. She is known for her advanced fashion style and her complicated romantic relationships.

Samantha Jones (played by Kim Cattrall): Samantha is a confident and sexually liberated public relations executive who enjoys casual relationships and doesn’t apologize for her desires.

Charlotte York (played by Kristin Davis): Charlotte is an art dealer who is more traditional and idealistic when it comes to love and relationships. She is often looking for her Prince Charming.

Miranda Hobbes (played by Cynthia Nixon): Miranda is a career-focused lawyer who is pragmatic and skeptical about love. She often provides a cynical, yet realistic perspective on relationships.