The Gossip Girl reboot positively shaped HBO Max upon its debut, turning into the liner’s most-watched original series over the first weekend of accessibility.
As indicated by HBO Max, the updated Gossip Girl, which debuted Thursday, July 8, saw record viewership over the first four days of accessibility. The first episode opened to watchers in 555,000 U.S. households, per Samba TV.
Past HBO Max details, the Gossip Girl took over Twitter on its debut date with the show sliding into the No. 1 trending spot on Twitter. Gossip Girl remained in the top five trends through mid-day. On TikTok the series acquired around 15 billion impressions of content enlivened by the series.
Like the original series, the new iteration of Gossip Girl, composed by showrunner Joshua Safran, depends on the book by Cecily von Ziegesar. Eight years after the original site went dark, a new generation of New York private school teenagers is acquainted with the social reconnaissance of Gossip Girl. The renown series will address exactly how much social media — and the landscape of New York itself — has changed in the interceding years.
The series stars Jordan Alexander, Thomas Doherty, Tavi Gevinson, Emily Alyn Lind, Evan Mock, Zion Moreno, Whitney Peak, Eli Brown and Savannah Lee Smith with Todd Almond, Adam Chanler-Berat, Johnathan Fernandez and Jason Gotay.
Gossip Girl is produced by Fake Empire and Alloy Entertainment in relationship with Warner Bros. TV and CBS Studios.
Executive producers incorporate Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage of Fake Empire and Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo of Alloy Entertainment. Lis Rowinski of Fake Empire fills in as co-executive producer. Karena Evans coordinates two episodes, and original costume designer Eric Daman rejoins the series.
The impending five episodes of Part One will drop weekly on HBO Max each Thursday. Part Two’s six episodes will make a big appearance in the fall.
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