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When “Sex and the City” premiered on HBO in 1998, there was nothing like it.From the primary subject matter, to the unfiltered feminine focus, to the explicit dialogue, the Sarah Jessica Parker-starring comedy was as fresh and welcome as it was singular and important. Carrie’s direct-to-camera moments were wincingly rough even when they first aired, and the cast chemistry took a bit of time to come together.

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She may not have a newspaper job like Carrie, but we see her take on a radio show in Season 2 that could eventually serve the same function.

“An African City” isn’t trying to hide the fact that it wants to be for Ghanaian women what “Sex and the City” was to New Yorkers.

There’s the conservative, sensitive Ngozi (Esosa E) — clearly representing Charlotte — and a Samantha who’s just as outspoken about and proud of her sex life as Kim Cattrall’s character (Sade, played by Nana Mensah).

Moreover, these women get together for lunches and dinners to discuss their various personal and professional quandaries, with Nana providing narration to segway between their various stories.

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