Fans are celebrating the 20th anniversary of HBO's iconic "Sex and the City," a show that many argue changed the culture. But others say "The Golden Girls" is actually far more subversive and ahead of its time than "SATC." Both shows are award-winning and groundbreaking. "The Golden Girls" starred seniors in Miami in the '80s, while "SATC" focused on thirty-something New Yorkers in the late '90s and early aughts. Each showcased a quartet of single women navigating love, work and friendship. Which show is more iconic? 💁 🌃 👠 👵🏽 🌴 🍰
Most groundbreaking show about four women: 'Sex and the City' or 'The Golden Girls'?
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