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Life After Gossip Girl: What Next?

Feb 11, 2013

With Gossip Girl over, what will you watch next? Kidzworld talks about life after Gossip Girl.

Goodbye Gossip Girl

After six dramatic seasons following the privileged lives of Manhattan’s elite, Gossip Girl has said its final farewells. Luckily, the show wrapped up with a perfect ending, tying up all the loose ends, including the identity of Gossip Girl. It seems obvious now, of course. But thinking back to all the possible suspects, did you ever consider it would be someone as gossip-centered as Lonely Boy himself?

New to The CW

Now that the secret’s out and the show has concluded, your Monday nights are left with a void. If you were still hoping to remain a couch potato that night, not to worry. The Carrie Diaries can fill that hole in your heart. Like Gossip Girl, it’s centered in Manhattan. But don’t expect to glean the latest fashion trends, not unless you’re into 80s vintage. The entire show is set in 1984, but don’t let that deter you. The absence of smart phones and the fashion are the only giveaways, and some of Carrie Bradshaw’s outfits having even come back in style.

Another new CW show you might enjoy is Beauty and the Beast, a dark twist on the classic fairytale set in modern day NYC. It follows a young detective played Supernatural’s Kristin Kreuk.

The Gossip Girl Stars Move On

If a teenage Sex and the City or modern fairytales aren’t your thing, and you’re more interested in following the GG stars as they embark on their next projects, here’s the scoop. None have signed on for new TV shows yet, except Connor Paolo who played Erik van der Woodsen. He moved on to the hit drama Revenge in 2011. But most of the main stars (Blake Lively excluded) have films set to release in 2013-14, including a remake of Romeo & Juliet staring Ed Westwick (Chuck) as Tybalt. 

Have Your Say

How will you move on from Gossip Girl? Tell us in our comment section below!

 

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