Comcast’s E! and Style Acquire ‘Sex and the City’ Rights

Apr 14, 2010  •  Post A Comment

E! and Style, both part of Comcast Entertainment Group, have bought the off-network rights to HBO’s "Sex and the City," B&C reports.

That means the networks will have access to the series’ 94 episodes, as well as limited digital, VOD and mobile rights as of Jan. 2011, the piece says.

E! had already bought the rights to the first "Sex and the City" movie, which is scheduled to air July 2012.

TBS had previously held the basic cable rights to the show.


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