Gossip Girl, reboot of the homonymous cult series of the 2000s, has been canceled by HBO Max after two seasons
The third season of Gossip Girlreboot of the famous and iconic television series that aired at the beginning of the 2000s, it won’t be done. As US Entertainment Magazine reports The Hollywood Reporterthe announcement of the show’s cancellation comes a week after it debuted on HBO Max (the streaming platform owned by the Warner Bros company). There is however one small hope that the show can continue: the creator of the series Joshua Safran in fact he stated that the title will be put up for sale. This means that, if taken over by some other production house, the show could therefore go ahead.
The original series, based on the novel series of the same name written by Cecily von Ziegesarit aired dal 2007 al 2012 are The CW and has been part of the adolescence of thousands of young people around the world, helping to launch actors like Leighton Meester, Blake Lively, Penn Badgley, Taylor Momsen, Ed Westwick e Chace Crawford. Il revivalwhich at the time of its launch in July 2021 achieved great success, takes place ten years after the end of the original serieswhen a new group of students at Manhattan’s Constance Billard are targeted by the mysterious Gossip Girl, who shows on social media how society and the city of New York itself have transformed over time.
The announcement of the showrunner
As previously mentioned, showrunner Joshua Safran confirmed the news both via his own social channels and in a statement to THR. “Here’s the gossip: It is with a heavy heart that I announce that Gossip Girl it will not continue on HBO Max. Both the producers and I will be forever grateful to the network and the studio for their trust and support; to the writers for their alternate brains and deft talent; to the cast of superstars for being the greatest collaborators and friends; and to the crew for their hard work, dedication and love for the project. Honestly, this was the best set I’ve ever worked on. We are currently looking for a new home (…) Thank you all for watching, I hope you will tune in for the final episode to see how it all connects. xoxoSafran wrote on Twitter. The final episode of the second season, titled “I Am Gossip,” will debut on January 26.
“We are grateful to Josh Safran, Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz for bringing back the Upper East Side and all the Constance Billard scandals – he said HBO Max in a statement – Though we won’t be moving forward with a third season of Gossip Girl, we thank them for the enticements love trianglesfor the calculations backstab and for the flawless fashion that this series has brought in a new audience“.
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