Articles for The Carrie Diaries Season 1

The CW might be known for hot vampires and Tyra Banks‘ army of wannabe models, but this fall it might do the time warp back to the ‘80s. The network is developing a prequel to Sex and the City called The Carrie Diaries, centering on Carrie Bradshaw‘s teenage years in the 1980s.  Read more »
The CW has found the girl who will walk a mile in Carrie Bradshaw‘s Manolos. AnnaSophia Robb (Soul Surfer, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) will take on the iconic role of young Carrie in the Sex and the City prequel The Carrie Diaries.  Read more »
The CW is already gearing up for next fall. The network is looking to the future by moving forward on four potential shows, all of which have received an order for a pilot episode.The shows all fit nicely in the CW‘s two main genres: female-based teen dramas (Gossip Girl, 90210) and sci-fi dramas (The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural). The four shows include a prequel to Sex and the City, a reimagining of Beauty and the Beast, a new take on comic book hero Green Arrow and a slightly meta series from the creator of Farscape.  Read more »
The CW has ordered more new dramas than ever before for the 2012-2013 TV season, but that‘s not the only major change. The struggling network is radically moving all of its returning shows to new nights or times except for The Vampire Diaries.  Read more »
The CW is going to have more fresh blood than ever before next season. Today the cable network picked up five new dramas for its 2012-2013 season.  Read more »
You know how usually The CW is the first network to begin airing new episodes each fall? That‘s not the case for the fall of 2012. Instead, fans of CW programming will have to wait until October to watch their favorites. Keep reading for details and exact premiere dates. Read more »
Carrie Bradhaw is returning to TV this January. The CW has set a premiere date for its ‘80s Sex and the City prequel The Carries Diaries.  Read more »
Where did Carrie Bradshaw come from? Who was she before she was the Carrie we saw on Sex and the City? Those are the questions at the center of The CW‘s new show, The Carrie Diaries. Executive producer Amy B. Harris, Sex and the City/Carrie Diaries writer Candace Bushnell and star AnnaSophia Robb previewed the show at the Television Critics Association press tour. Read more »
In the first four minutes of The Carrie Diaries, our heroine, Carrie Bradshaw (AnnaSophia Robb), goes through a whirlwind of emotions: confusion, frustration, anger, shock and melancholy. Given that she is a 16-year-old girl this is hardly shocking. The fact that she is determined to find a purse of her recently deceased mother, so that she has "a piece of her" on her first day of school is shocking. Primarily because in season four of the pop culture phenomenon Sex and the City, Carrie mentions an absentee father and gives the impression of a mother still alive and kicking. Although the show is based on the novel by Candace Bushnell and not the show SATC could be used as an excuse. However, still not an acceptable one. If you are trying to attract an audience to a show by piggy backing on the title character of its predecessor, you better get all the facts straight. Read more »
The new Sex and the City prequel, The Carrie Diaries, has now aired and fans of the new CW series may be wondering what they can expect from this show as it goes through its first season. Amy B. Harris, the producer of The Carrie Diaries gave reporters some clues at the Television Critics Association press tour on Sunday, January 13. Find out what she said here. Read more »
Sadly May is just around the corner, and with it comes the end of another TV season. And as a sign that it‘s almost here, the Futon Critic has reported the CW‘s dates for its season finales.  Read more »
Pilot season in full swing. For the uninitiated, this is the time when the networks agree to make pilots for a whole bunch of shows to see which ones will make it onto the schedule for the 2013-2014 season. Most pilots will never see the light of day, but a select few will become the shows you will be in love with one year from now.Here I‘m going to look at what the CW has on tap, because more than any other network, it needs some fresh blood. With Gossip Girl and 90210 ending this year and Cult knocking at death‘s door, the CW‘s fall schedule has a ton of holes.  Read more »
The CW is keeping two more of its current dramas for another year, basically concluding its entire slate of renewals, cancellations and pick-ups for the 2013-2014 season.The network has renewed Nikita and The Carrie Diaries, its last two outstanding dramas. Nikita will return for season 4 while The Carrie Diaries gets a surprise reprieve for season 2.  Read more »
The CW is the final network to announce its schedule for the 2013-2014 TV season, and things are getting shaken up. While returning hits Arrow and The Vampire Diaries are staying put, all the other returning dramas are moving to new nights.  Read more »
The second wave of nominations have been announced for the 2013 Teen Choice Awards. And it looks like music and vampires are leading the pack, with Pitch Perfect, Glee and The Vampire Diaries receiving the most recognition.Glee is out in front with five (though we can bump that up to six if you count Lea Michele‘s nomination for Choice Style Icon), with their big-screen equivalent Pitch Perfect next with four. The Vampire Diaries follows with three. Read more »
While most networks launch their fall seasons in the last two weeks of September, the CW is once again avoiding the pile-up by moving its premieres to October.  Read more »