Fans of the OG series will certainly recognize the iconic landmark, where Blair (Leighton Meester), Serena (Blake Lively), Jenny (Taylor Momsen) and Constance Billard’s minions have gathered to eat yogurt and prepare their next acts of revenge. of mean girls. In the recently released photos, the new cast can be seen sitting on the same stages, although it remains to be seen whether they are plotting or learning from the mistakes of their predecessors.
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Photos of the new cast, which includes Eli Brown, Zion Moreno, Jordan Alexander, Tavi Gevinson, Emily Alyn Lind, Savannah Smith, and Thomas Doherty have been slowly released online since production began. But on November 10, snaps of the cast filming outdoors where fans were used to seeing the original crew hanging out quickly went viral.
IM SO READY FOR GOSSIP GIRL OMG’S REBOOT pic.twitter.com/uAn9qc67Y5
– jas (@aphordte) November 10, 2020
We say YES to the reboot of Gossip Girl, YES to King Eric Daman who is back on the Upper East Side, YES TO LIFE !!!! pic.twitter.com/JXs2ctNOG5
– Tyler McCall (@eiffeltyler) November 10, 2020
– Valeria Ramos (@valeramoss) November 10, 2020
New Gossip Girl, which will run for 10 episodes, was originally scheduled to debut on HBO Max this year, but due to the pandemic, it (like so many other productions) has been delayed. The streaming service is now slated for a 2021 release, and the show will also air here in Canada on Crave. As previously announced, Kristen Bell is reprising her role as Gossip Girl narrator, but as anyone who has listened to the controversial series finale will remember that she wasn’t actually the person running the gossip website at the end. This means everyone is guessing who will be behind the count when the series returns.
“Eight years after the original website went dark, a new generation of New York City private school teens are being introduced to social surveillance of Gossip Girl,” the official description for HBO Max reads. “The Prestige series will address how social media – and the New York City landscape itself – has changed in the years since.
Earlier this year, creator Joshua Safran spoke about the new edition, saying it wasn’t quite a reboot, nor a remake or a sequel. In fact, a “continuation” may be the best bet in terms of what to call it, as it revealed that this story takes place eight years after the original. He also confirmed that while the new show is tied to the old universe, it doesn’t feature any of the former cast or their relatives. (However, it does introduce the original costume designer, Eric Daman.)
“The truth is, we covered so much ground the first time you would have seen all the loved ones,” said Safran. Us weekly. “Children are not possible because they were about 15 when we started, so they wouldn’t have kids in high school now. As for the parents, we have gone so deeply into the history of the family, there are no more parents! But that doesn’t mean people won’t come. ”
Safran also discussed the project last year in an interview with Vulture, where he revealed that this iteration was going to be much more inclusive than the first. “There wasn’t a lot of representation the first time on the show,” he told the post last november.
“I was the only gay writer I think of during my entire time there. Even when I went to private school in New York in the 90s, the school didn’t necessarily reflect what was going on. Gossip Girl. So this time the threads are not white. There is a lot of queer content on this show. A lot of it is about how the world looks like now, where the wealth and privileges come from, and how you deal with it. What I can’t say is that there is a twist, and everything is related to the twist.
Spoken like a real one Gossip Girl, and you know you like it. XOXO
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