Kristen Bell to Reprise Role for 'Gossip Girl' Reboot!

Lula Sharp
November 8, 2019

The hit, subversive teen drama Gossip Girl is getting new life with a revival series on HBO Max, and the producers tapped Kristen Bell to reprise her role - a prospect the actress says she's really looking forward to.

Bell served as narrator on all six seasons of Gossip Girl, which aired from 2007-2012 on the CW across 121 episodes.

The synopsis for the series reads: "Eight years after the original website went dark, a new generation of NY private school teens are introduced to the social surveillance of Gossip Girl".

Plus, Kaley Cuoco's thriller, Ansel Elgort's drama, Anna Kendrick's rom-com, and more.

Schwartz and Savage will both return as the executive producers of the new "Gossip Girl".

Jeff Sessions Endorses Trump In First Ad To Reclaim Senate Seat
Despite the falling out during his time at the White House, he has praised the president for doing great things for America. Sessions stepped down from his post as attorney general past year at the request of President Trump.

The reboot will be set eight years after the original series and will focus on a new group of Upper East Siders. The series will also portray how social media and the landscape of NY have changed over the years. It will be written by the original run's former executive producer Joshua Safran.

"You know you love me".

Currently, Bell is the only cast member set to return for the upcoming reboot, which takes place eight years after the original Gossip Girl website goes dark. "And you know, they played those people characters for six several years and if they felt like they're very good with that, we required to respect that but naturally any time anybody'd be wonderful to see them once again". It is now unknown if any of her former cast members will be making an appearance on the new show. Your favorite Gossip Girl is back.

Beyond its huge impact on the television scene, "Gossip Girl" has also impacted young women when it comes to their fashion choices. Safran described the show as a new look at this particular society in NY.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article