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Sex And The City's Most Hated Episode Has Been Revealed

Sex And The City's Most Hated Episode Has Been Revealed

Sex and the City may be loved by millions of fans across the world but there is one episode that fans seem to hate the most.

Gregory Robinson

Gregory Robinson

Sex and the City is one of the most beloved series of all time and it continues to entertain generations of fans since the original show wrapped in 2004.

Through re-runs, streaming and of course the hugely popular (and controversial) films, more and more fans have watched the adventures of Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis). With 94 episodes across six seasons, there's bound to be some episodes that fans like less than others.

Carrie and Mr Big (

Online marketplace decided to find out which episode fans hated the most by ranking the show's worst-rated episodes based on their IMDb ratings.

'Defining Moments', the season four episode four episode is the most hated episode of Sex and the City, with an average IMDb rating of 7.1.

This episodes finds Carrie on a non-date with Mr Big (Chris North) but finds she's attracted to Jazz musician Ray King, who also happens to be interested in her too.

The B-plot sees Miranda being less than impressed with her boyfriend Doug's loose sense of toilet intimacy.

Season one happens to be the lowest-rated season with an average of 7.41 (

Season one happens to be the lowest-rated season with an average of 7.41, while the final season - season six - is the highest rated, with a rating of 7.63.

On Monday, the highly anticipated reboot of Sex and the City was officially confirmed by lead Sarah Jessica Parker after she posted a clip of the news on her Instagram account.

The video revealed the new series will be called Just Like That, which is a nod to how Carrie would start or end many of her stories.

She will be joined by her old cast mates Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, however Kim Cattrall won't be involved.

Just Like That will premiere on HBO Max. No release date has been announced... yet! (

In SJP's Instagram post, she captioned it with: "I couldn't help but wonder... where are they now?"

"I grew up with these characters, and I can't wait to see how their story has evolved in this new chapter, with the honesty, poignancy, humour and the beloved city that has always defined them," Sarah Aubrey, head of original content at HBO Max, said in a statement.

The series, which will consist of 10 half-hour episodes, will premiere on HBO Max but no release date has been confirmed.

Featured Image Credit: HBO

Topics: TV and Film, Sarah Jessica Parker, TV News, TV Entertainment, Nostalgia