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The acting is great, as the actors fit into their roles well.
If it were an extremely high-budget show, it wouldn't make much of a difference, for the story line of this show runs without a need for great budget.
However, over time I became disillusioned with the series. Despite the author's reluctance to say anything, the show never was much like the book, and has - over the years - strayed far far away.
The book is, like most of Candace Bushnell's work, insightful and witty, with its humor derived from a certain urbane severity; it shares more with the works of Carrie Fischer and Tama Janowitz than any of the stuff now labeled Chick Lit.
Started to watch it because it contained a family, built by two women.
All that incidental stuff - the shoes and bags, and places-to-be-seen - moved from the background to the foreground.
The show became one long glossy luxury goods advertisement, the kind found in Vanity Fair.
Bushnell is great at depicting the primal hunger that, while it once made man fight to the death over territory or a fresh kill, now makes women deck themselves out in top gear and hunt down that Banker or Fortune 500 Executive, or fight tooth-and-nail to break through the glass ceiling.
Second, somewhere midlife, SATC, the show, got lost.