HBO Max has her series Gossip Girl (2021–2023) canceled after the second season. Rumors are circulating that the creator of the reboot, Joshua Safran, is still looking for a new home for the series.
New clique of teens
Gossip Girl is the sequel to the series of the same name Gossip Girl (2007–2012) from 2007. The popular series tells the story of a new clique of Manhattan teenagers who are scrutinized by an omniscient blogger. While the reboot did not continue the story of the original series, old characters appeared and were often referenced. Safran announced via Twitter that the series will not be continued on HBO Max.
It is still unclear why the series will not be continued. The finale of the second season of Gossip Girl, which airs January 26, will be the finale of the entire series for now. HBO Max executives have recognized Safran’s efforts to reintroduce Gossip Girl to a new generation. They are very grateful to the creator of the reboot.
We are so thankful to Executive Producer Joshua Safran and Executive Producers Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz for bringing us back to the Upper East Side and all the scandals at Constance Billard. While we won’t be continuing with a third season of “Gossip Girl,” we thank them for the seductive love triangles, phony characters, and great fashion that brought this series to new audiences.
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The second season of Gossip Girl premiered last December and is currently streaming on HBO Max.
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