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The Carrie Diaries TV Show Facts

Jan 08, 2013

The prequel to Sex and the City - The Carrie Diaries - is a 1980’s coming-of-age story about an aspiring writer named Carrie Bradshaw. The show premieres on January 14, 2013.

The Carrie Diaries Synopsis

Based on the novel by Candace Bushnell, The Carrie Diaries follows 16-year-old Carrie Bradshaw (AnnaSophia Robb) as she embarks upon her junior year of high school in suburban Connecticut. After her mother’s passing, Carrie and her younger sister Dorrit are left in the care of their father, who is overwhelmed by the sudden responsibility of being a single father. Meanwhile, a hot new boy named Sebastian Kydd arrives at school. Could he finally take Carrie’s mind off the tragedy of losing her mother?

Manhattan Adventure

Carrie's father Tom offers her the opportunity of a lifetime, one that will shape the course of her life forever: the chance to go to Manhattan and intern at a law firm. While there, she meets Larissa Loughton, the style editor for Interview Magazine, who opens her eyes to a passion she never knew she had. The Carrie Diaries shows how teenage Carrie Bradshaw was introduced to the glitz and glamour - as well as the unpleasant aspects - of New York City.

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Cast

Carrie Bradshaw - AnnaSophia Robb

Tom Bradshaw - Matt Letscher

Dorrit Bradshaw - Stefania Owen

Larissa Loughton - Freema Agyeman

Donna LaDonna - Chloe Bridges

Sebastian Kydd - Austin Butler

Walt Reynolds– Brendan Dooling

Mouse - Ellen Wong

Maggie Landers - Katie Findlay

The Carrie Diaries will take the place of Gossip Girl in the Monday night CW line up. The Pilot airs Monday, January 14, 2013. Don’t miss it!

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JennyD

JennyD wrote:

Awesome!!!
commented: Sat Jul 13, 2013

devilgirl2001

devilgirl2001 wrote:

i think this is going to be an awesome show!!
commented: Thu Jan 10, 2013

abigail676

abigail676 wrote:

thats cute
commented: Wed Jan 09, 2013

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