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HBO Max is bringing back Gossip Girl

Gossip Girl, the soapy CW drama about wealthy teenagers behaving badly in New York Citys Upper East Side, is returning to TV thanks to HBO Max.
Specifically, the streaming service has placed a 10-episode, straight-to-series order for an updated version of the show. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Joshua Safran (a writer and executive producer on the original show) will be spearheading the new series, while Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (the original creators) have signed on as executive producers.
Its not clear yet whether any Gossip Girl stars will return, but Safran described this as an extension of the previous show, focusing on a new generation of teenagers.
To be clear, this wont be on HBO proper, but instead on the yet-to-launch WarnerMedia streaming service now known as HBO Max, which will include HBO and other streaming content (including new showsand alsoFriends).
Gossip Girl initially aired from 2007 to 2012. It was never a huge ratings hit, but it had passionate fans, and particularly in its early seasons, it spurred plenty of adoring and/or scandalized headlines maybe thats what a new streaming service is looking for.
And this is where I acknowledge that I was, for a while, one of those fans. I loved the first season and tried to binge it in a single night, but my interest faded rapidly during season two, and I only returned for the ridiculous finale. Still, when the show was working, it was about as fun and addictive as TV gets.

AT&Ts new streaming service HBO Max arrives in 2020, will be the exclusive home of Friends
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