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Gossip Girl fans actually ‘prefer’ HBO reboot to original: ‘We are truly witnessing a moment in history’

The first episode of the new Gossip Girl reboot has arrived on HBO Max, and it’s fair to say fans are absoutely loving it.

The new series picks up eight years after that killer twist in the original series, which saw Dan revealed as the iconic blogger Gossip Girl.

This time, fans have been introduced to a fresh group tech-savvy gang of privileged Constance Billard and St Jude’s students.

The new series arrived on screens in the US today, and viewers are mightily impressed with what they’ve seen so far.

In fact, some have gone as far to say they prefer it to the original on social media – high praise indeed.

One fan wrote: ‘Safe to say I already prefer the reboot over the original.’

‘The Gossip Girl reboot is a 10/10 the writing is excellent, the actors are phenomenal, and the fashion is IT. We are truly witnessing a moment in history,’ another said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The show looks very different to the original, with a host of new names to look out for.

New cast members include Emily Alyn Lind as Audrey Hope, Thomas Doherty as Max Wolfe, Tavi Gevinson as Kate Keller, Eli Brown as Obie Bergmann IV, and Whitney Peak as Zoya Lott.

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The series arrived in the US earlier today (Picture: HBO Max)

Jordan Alexander plays Julien Calloway, Zión Morena as Luna La and Savannah Smith plays Monet de Haan.

The show is available to watch on HBO. The good news for fans in the UK, is that the show will be ready to watch on BBC iPlayer later this year

Gossip Girl premieres July 8 on HBO Max. A UK release date and platform has yet to be announced.


Credit: Original article published here.

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