Gossip Woman’s Creator Teases Season 3

“Gossip Woman” might have simply returned for its second season on Dec. 1, however the present’s creator is already considering forward for season three. Thus far, we all know season two is establishing a great deal of drama round Monet’s hostile takeover in addition to Aki, Audrey, and Max’s difficult throuple relationship — to not point out Georgina Sparks’s return. Viewers nonetheless have loads of episodes to go till the season finale, however showrunner Joshua Safran tells hollywoodnewsflash.us he is already begun stringing concepts collectively for subsequent season.

“Mainly, the season premiere of season three occurs on the finish of season two.”

“We already know what we need to do in season three,” he says, “so hopefully [the reboot will] really feel much more like the unique [‘Gossip Girl’].” Talking of the OG “Gossip Woman,” Safran teases that the reboot’s season two finale will resemble what OG followers are acquainted with from the CW sequence. Nevertheless, it will additionally share some main plot factors surrounding season three.

“Properly, I’ll say that within the custom of ‘Gossip Woman’ previously, season two resolves its storylines at a sure level within the finale, after which if you suppose it is over . . . principally, the season premiere of season three occurs on the finish of season two,” he shares. “It isn’t simply 5 minutes, it is like a 25-minute season premiere. A whole lot of stuff occurs, greater than I believe has ever occurred in any ‘Gossip Woman’ episode, to the purpose the place when you watch the finale you will be like, ‘Oh, I see. There’s season three proper there.'”

Whereas HBO Max has but to resume the teenager drama, it appears followers will not have to attend too lengthy to seek out out what occurs previous the season two finale. However, once more, we nonetheless have a methods to go till then as “Gossip Woman”‘s second season concludes on Jan. 26.

Compensate for season two episodes streaming now on HBO Max.

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