HBO Max, a new streaming service by the WarnerMedia, is creating a reboot of the Gossip Girl, and here’s everything you need to know about it.
Gossip Girl is a 2007 teen drama web series adapted from a novel series of the same title written by Cecily Von Ziegesar. The show was developed by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, and was run by Joshua Safran.
Running successfully till 2012, the show consists of 6 seasons and is narrated by the voice of a blogger, Gossip Girl. Set in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the show revolves around the twisted lives of the privilege teens of the UES.
The central cast of the show includes Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Kelly Rutherford, Penn Badgley, Chace Crawford, Kaylee DeFer, Taylor Momsen, Jessica Szohr, Ed Westwick, and Matthew Settle.
Gossip Girl: Reboot
In July 2019, WarnerMedia ordered a reboot of the popular TV series for their upcoming streaming service HBO Max. The new production would borrow the title from the older one. The show is not so much a reboot as a continuation. Set in the same world of Manhattan’s UES, it has been fast-forwarded eight years after the end of the old series in 2012.
In the upcoming show, the creators and showrunner from the Gossip Girl have returned to resume their roles. Another person returning is Kristen Bell, who voices the blogger, Gossip Girl, in the show.
The filming of the show began this month in New York City.
When Is It Set To Release?
The first season of the show is announced to be released this year. As for the release date, we’re still waiting on an official notice about it.
Is There A Trailer?
Unfortunately, we might have to wait a little longer for the release of the trailer.
Cast Of The Show
Kristen Bell will return to the cast of the show, voicing Gossip Girl. The central cast of the reboot includes Emily Alyn Lind, Whitney Peak, Jason Gotay, Johnathan Fernandez, and Eli Brown.
New Faces Added To The Cast
We’ve recently received news that four actors have joined the cast alongside the ones who were previously announced.
These are Thomas Doherty, Zion Moreno, Tavi Gevinson, and Adam Chanler-Berat. For new updates on the reboot, stay tuned with us.