It's been announced that HBO Max's continuation of Gossip Girl will head into production next month.
Variety broke the news, with cameras set to roll in New York over autumn after COVID-19 delays.
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Previously, executive producer Josh Schwartz explained why the upcoming show won't technically be a reboot.
"There aren't, like, new actors playing Serena and Blair. It's not a remake. [It's] a continuation of that world. We've reached out to all of them to let them know it was happening, and we would love for them to be involved if they want to be involved," he said.
"But [we] certainly didn't want to make it contingent upon their [participation]. They played those characters for six years, and if they felt like they were good with that, we wanted to respect that. But obviously, it would be great to see them again."
The 10-episode series focuses on a fresh bunch of Manhattan girls, while addressing the power of social media and how much New York has changed over the last few years.
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