Gossip Girl is leaving Netflix before the end of the year, so it’s time to get those last binges in before it’s too late.
The beloved CW series originally aired from 2007 to 2012 and spanned six seasons, catapulting the careers of Blake Lively, Leighton Meester and Penn Badgley.
All six chapters are due to be removed from the streaming service on New Year’s Eve – and fans aren’t happy about it.
‘The fact that Gossip Girl is leaving Netflix at the end of the year is such a 2020 move,’ blasted one, while another wrote: ‘Just found out Gossip Girl is leaving Netflix at the end of the month so my life is basically ruined.’
Also leaving Netlfix this month is Dr Seuss’ The Grinch (2018), Ralph Breaks The Internet, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Charlie St Cloud.
That’s on top of the huge bunch of Netflix original television series that have also been axed this year.
Although it’s not yet been confirmed which streaming service Gossip Girl will be moving to, it seems plausible it could be headed to HBO Max, which is where the new reboot will be available to watch.
Punters also reckon the show could be headed for CBS All Access’ rebranded Paramount+, which is due to arrive next year.
The highly-anticipated reboot was announced in 2019.
Set eight years after the events of the original show, the new series will drop on streaming service HBO Max and introduce a new generation of Upper East Siders falling victim to telly’s most omniscient blogger.
Sadly, however, none of the show’s original cast – including Blake Lively, Leighton Meester and Penn Badgely – will reprise their roles, although The Good Place’s Kristen Bell will once again lend her voice to Gossip Girl herself.
Gossip Girl is available to stream on Netflix.
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