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Run to You
The situation becomes tense between Carrie and Tom. Meanwhile, Larissa and Sebastian decide they both need to come clean to Carrie.

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This Is the Time
Carrie, Mouse, Maggie, and Walt decide to go to their senior prom - at The Waldorf Astoria. Larissa offers Carrie an opportunity that forces her to reconsider her future.

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Hungry Like the Wolf
Larissa discovers Carrie has been covering up for Bennet's laziness at work. Sebastian's dad needs him to do a favor that could potentially change Sebastian's future.

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Date Expectations
Walt and Bennet receive devastating life-changing news. Sebastian gets an exciting work opportunity, and misses his date with Carrie on Valentine's Day.

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Under Pressure
Larissa offers harsh relationship advice to Carrie. When Harlan asks Tom to work overnight on a top-secret case, Dorrit decides to throw an impromptu get-together, which quickly spirals out of control.

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The Second Time Around
Carrie is thrilled to land an interview with the CEO of Bongo Jeans - but the pressure is on when Larissa informs Carrie that this is her last chance to land a piece in the magazine.

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I Heard a Rumor
Carrie is not prepared when she reads a nasty rumor about her in a New York City gossip rag, but Samantha is determined to set the record straight. Walt intervenes when Bennet feels taken advantage of at Interview.

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The Safety Dance
When Carrie suffers from writer's block, Weaver interferes. Maggie and Sebastian grow closer after learning some shocking news.

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Too Close for Comfort
When Sebastian discovers his mother is getting remarried, he asks Carrie's dad to ensure legal protection. Carrie is furious after Weaver snoops in her journal.

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Carrie risks her job when she pitches Larissa a profile on New York wunderkind playwright Adam Weaver.

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Strings Attached
Larissa is back from her time in Kyoto and takes Carrie and Walt to a thrilling Japanese festival in the city, where she meets Samantha. Meanwhile, Samantha seduces an acrobatic Ninja.

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Express Yourself
Carrie and Walt kick out their new roommates. Meanwhile, Samantha offers sex tips to Mouse, and in Castlebury, Tom spends the weekend with his girlfriend Deb.

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Win Some, Lose Some
In the second season premiere, Carrie spends the summer in Manhattan with Walt after Sebastian's betrayal. When Sebastian shows up with Donna, Carrie leaves and ends up meeting Samantha Jones.

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The Carrie Diaries is a prequel to the wildly popular television show "Sex and the City". This delightful, young adult drama on The CW takes viewers back in time into the life of the beloved protagonist, Carrie Bradshaw, during her high school years, long before her life in Manhattan. Broadcasted from 2013 to 2014, the narrative insightfully uncovers the formation of Carrie's identity, her exploration into the world of love, her early friendships, her leap into the world of freelance writing and fashion, and, of course, her unique style. This charming series is a joy to watch, especially for fans of the original show who will relish the chance to trace the roots of their favorite character. The star of the show, AnnaSophia Robb, brilliantly steps into the young but giant shoes of Carrie Bradshaw, originally made famous by Sarah Jessica Parker in "Sex and the City". Robb's performance captures the sparkle, quirkiness, and the earnestness of a younger Carrie, engrossed in navigating her way through the tumultuous sea of adolescence, all the while dreaming of a glamorous life in New York City. She encapsulates Carrie's inherent curiosity, charm, creativity, and her relentless desire to make sense of the world around her. Set in the 1980s, the series opens in suburban Connecticut, where a 16-year-old Carrie lives with her younger sister and her widowed father. Still grappling with her mother's recent death, she is very different from the confident, fashion-forward woman "Sex and the City" followers are familiar with. The early episodes familiarize us with this significant point in Carrie's life; her close bonds in school, her first crush, her first heartbreak, and her caring but overprotective father. Introduced by her father to a law firm in Manhattan, Carrie embraces the world she has always fantasized about. Suddenly, she is propelled into an entirely new realm of fashion, parties, and most importantly, individuality. Thus begins the stylistic transformation of small-town Carrie into the illustrious, fashion-savvy Bradshaw that we all identify with today. "The Carrie Diaries" explores more than just Carrie's budding love for fashion and her city. Importantly, it seeks to portray her journey of self-discovery, which plays out through her blossoming relationships, her processing of grief, and her awkward stumbles into the tumultuous arena of high school. It's also not just about Carrie, as it captures the lives and evolution of her friends and family as well. This makes it a brilliant coming-of-age story that resonates with teenagers and adults alike. Throughout the series, additional storylines develop, such as the progression of Carrie's friendships with her high school buddies, her introduction to a diverse and complex group of friends in New York City who widen her worldview, and her early explorations into romance. The aura of the 1980s permeates "The Carrie Diaries," lending a nostalgic touch that is both authentic and inviting. The vibrant decade’s fashion, music, and social dynamics are ever-present, adding an extra layer of visual and auditory pleasure to the show. "The Carrie Diaries" endearingly invites audiences to relive the precious, era-defining moments while assuming a stark authenticity in portraying the complexities of adolescence, relationships, and self-discovery. The series is an ode to the dreamers who dare to envision a world beyond their immediate surroundings and a tribute to their journey toward realizing those dreams. In conclusion, "The Carrie Diaries" is a touching, jovial, heartfelt series that, despite its vintage setting, provides contemporary lessons about growing up, remaining true to one's self, and finding beauty in independence. It's a fun, thoughtful prequel that not only reveals the roots of a character that many have come to love but also stands on its own as a great show for young adults. AnnaSophia Robb and the rest of the cast remind us that even our heroes have humble beginnings and that everyone has to navigate through the chaos, triumphs, heartbreaks, and adventures of growing up. It's a show that's bound to resonate with anyone who dreams of a life beyond the ordinary.

The Carrie Diaries is a series categorized as a ended. Spanning 2 seasons with a total of 26 episodes, the show debuted on 2013. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.0.

The CW
AnnaSophia Robb, Austin Butler, Ellen Wong
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