The Warner TV channel has just announced that the reboot of “Gossip Girl”, which will take place eight years after the adventures of the original series, will be available soon on its antenna.
Expected from July 8 on HBO Max, the reboot of Gossip Girl has just found its French broadcasting channel. Warner TV has just announced that this sequel will be available soon on its antenna, without any specific date having yet been announced.
Developed by Joshua Safran, producer and screenwriter of the original series, this Gossip Girl 2.0 will take us back to the heart of the Upper East Side and will follow a new generation of private high school students, eight years after the blog closed.
The teenagers will find themselves targeted by the omniscient eye of the anonymous blogger, determined to reveal all their secrets. This leap in time will allow screenwriters to show how social networks have changed since the end of the adventures of Serena and Blair.
Produced by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, who were behind the original series, Gossip Girl will see the return of Kristen Bell, who will once again lend her voice to the famous blogger.
Casting side, Emily Alyn Lind (Revenge), Thomas Doherty (Legacies), Tavi Gevinson, Eli Brown (Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists), Whitney Peak (Les Nouvelles Aventures de Sabrina), Jordan Alexander (Sacred Lies), Evan Mock, Zión Moreno (Control Z) and Savannah Smith will camp the new group of teenagers.
If the original series was adapted from the novels of Cecily von Ziegesar, this reboot should take more liberties and will notably introduce more diverse characters from minorities and the LGBTQ + community.