A new version that will not prevent Kristen Bell to resume his position as narrator, but that will mostly allow to the team of Joshua Safran (the showrunner) to open up his universe. On the occasion of an interview with Vulture, he has admitted that this reboot will aim in particular to catch a few oversights.
“There was not a lot of depictions in the original series. I was, I think, the only writer gay during my career,” he noted, stating “Even when I was in a private school in New York city in the 90’s, the school did not really reflect what was on the screen in ” Gossip Girl“.
Also, Gossip Girl 2.0 will, therefore, be imagined to (finally) stick to the best of our time, either in its casting and in its characters : “This time, the heroes are not all white. There will also be a lot of content queer. We are going to really make sure to stick to the reality of the world today.“
Of the about promising, which sweep so of the back of their hand the fear of a simple copy/paste without the flavor.
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