If you don't know, Gossip Girl is returning in a reboot form on the upcoming streaming service HBO Max. It is now unknown if any of her former cast members will be making an appearance on the new show.
Written by original show runner Josh Safran, HBO Max's Gossip Girl will introduce audiences to a new crop of private school teens living lavish lives in the Big Apple- trailed as always, by the mysterious Gossip Girl who doesn't hold back when it comes to airing out their dirty laundry. It had earlier sounded like the show's new, much more modern consider on social media-including our blithe willingness to film ourselves at all time, a important boon to the modern day snoop-might have eradicated the need to have for a single all-highly effective blogger to reign above the masses.More news: Mammoth bones found in man-made pit reveal pre-historic hunting tactics
Meanwhile, at the very least we can also look forward to listening to Kristen Bell's snarky, witty commentary on all things within the Gossip Girl universe once the series arrives next year. The statement further read that the "Good Place" star has always been and will always be the voice of "Gossip Girl".
"The prestige series will address just how much social media - and the landscape of NY itself - has changed in the intervening years", Safran advised THR of the reboot.More news: Rochester's Matthew Hurt Scores 11 Points in Duke Debut
Schwartz and Savage will executive produce the new version along with former EP Joshua Safran, who is set to pen the new iteration. Safran described the show as a new look at this particular society in NY. Some of them aired their concerns and wishes to bring back the "Gossip Girl" original cast.
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