Shooting for 'Gossip Girl' reboot to begin in New York in October
The reboot is set after eight years of the finale of the original show.
Fans of Gossip Girl have a reason to rejoice as the long-awaited reboot of the show from HBO Max is all set to step into the production stage in October this year.
According to Variety, a spokesperson from Warner Bros. said that the production will begin in New York by the end of October.
Earlier this week, WarnerMedia Studios and Networks Group chief Ann Sarnoff had also confirmed to press that the production for the scripted series has either begun or will soon begin in Vancouver, New York, and Los Angeles.
The reboot of Gossip Girl is set after eight years of the finale of the original show and it will go on to explore how social media has transformed the social scene of elites of New York.
It will follow a new generation of private school teens who are introduced to the Gossip Girl website, reported Variety.
Star Kristen Bell will be reprising her role as the narrator of the show. The reboot will see many new faces as the cast.
The new series will have 10 episodes.