After six years of foreplay, Sex and the City is about to climax. HBO announced Tuesday that the Emmy-winning comedy's upcoming two-part sixth season will be its last. Twenty more episodes of Sex will be shot, twelve of which will begin airing in June, with the remaining eight running in early 2004. In other HBO news, the network has renewed The Wire for a second season and production on the third season of Six Feet Under is currently underway. Additionally, HBO will premiere its new David Milch-produced Western Deadwood in 2004.
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