Gossip Girl: After a global departure from Netflix two years ago, it has been revealed that Gossip Girl will make a comeback on the platform in July 2023.
Gossip Girl: Blair Waldorf is a popular student at her private school and envied by one and all. But, her perfect life is unsettled when her ex-best friend enrols in the same institution.
Narrated by: Kristen Bell
First episode date: September 19, 2007 (USA)
Adapted from: Gossip Girl
Developed by: Josh Schwartz; Stephanie Savage
Genre: Teen drama
Opening theme: “Steps of The Met” by Transcenders
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Gossip Girl Leaving And Returning To Netflix
The original Gossip Girl series, which aired from 2006 to 2012 with 121 episodes, is making a return to Netflix after a two and a half year hiatus. The show features notable actors such as Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Penn Badgley, Chace Crawford, and Ed Westwick, and follows the lives of students at an exclusive New York City boarding school.
Previously, Gossip Girl was available on Netflix globally until January 1st, 2021, when it was removed from the service. However, it continued to be available on Netflix Japan since 2018.
The show was a significant part of HBO Max’s lineup and even had a rebooted series (which got canceled after two seasons) exclusively available on HBO Max. Rumors have also been circulating about another potential reboot or reunion.
Gossip Girl Will Return To Netflix in July 6th
What regions of Netflix are getting Gossip Girl? So far, we’ve had confirmation of a couple.
The return of Gossip Girl to Netflix has been confirmed for several regions, including Netflix UK, Netflix France, Netflix Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, etc.), and Netflix Spain. However, specific details about all regions receiving the show have not been disclosed yet.
There’s uncertainty about whether Gossip Girl will be available on Netflix in the United States in July 2023. Although it is not part of the monthly lineup, there is a possibility that it could be added, considering the show was previously licensed to The Roku Channel.
This move by Warner Bros. Discovery to license its shows back to streaming platforms comes as an attempt to address its growing debt and counter the slowing growth of its streaming service.
Netflix Recent Activity(Gossip Girl)
In recent times, various distributors have been licensing their content back to Netflix, and similar changes have been observed in the United States with the return of Cartoon Network shows and the licensing of popular titles like S.W.A.T. and Suits for the first time. Reports have also suggested that select HBO content might be coming to Netflix.
The article concludes by asking readers if they want Gossip Girl back on Netflix in their respective regions and promises to provide further updates as more information becomes available.