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Good morning Upper East Siders. The top story on the page today? It's been an entire decade since Gossip Girl first premiered. 10 whole years since Serena van der Woodsen was spotted getting off a train at Grand Central. 10 whole years since Blair Waldorf barred her from the Kiss on the Lips party. 10 whole years since the first Eleanor Waldorf criticized Blair's outfit (10 years minus three episodes since the second Eleanor Waldorf did the same). So much has happened in the last decade, readers. The identity of Gossip Girl was revealed, to the blight of many. Chuck and Blair got married. Serena and Lonely Boy got married. Blake Lively had at least 3,000 Sisterhood of the Traveling »
Try not to feel old after we say this, Upper East Siders...Today marks the 10-year anniversary of Gossip Girl. Yes, it may be hard to believe, but the first time we witnessed Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Ed Westwick, Penn Badgley and Chace Crawford come together while Kristen Bell's voice echoed "Xoxo, Gossip Girl" was exactly one, full decade ago. The CW series aired for the first time on Sept. 19, 2007. That date kicked off what no one knew would mark a massively successful franchise that would change pop culture forever. We all tuned in every week to watch what kind of trouble Blair Waldorf, Serena van der Woodsen, Chuck Bass, Nate Archibald and Dan and Jenny Humphrey would »
Rufus and Lily shippers, you might want to sit down for this one.
“Happy Birthday to my handsome soulful friend @matthew_settle,” she captioned the shot. “I love you and think the world of you. As an actor, father and friend. Sending you »
- Aurelie Corinthios
While headlining a solo panel Q&A at the Heroes & Villains FanFest in New Jersey, Amell told the crowd that he was unable to recite Oliver Queen’s famous opening voiceover narration “for a very specific reason. Because me doing the [new Season 6] intro is probably the biggest spoiler that I could possibly drop about the show.
“I would get in so much trouble,” he stressed.
What could Oliver possibly be saying in his voiceover, in the wake of surviving Prometheus »
Things get steamy between Jane and Rafael — or so we’re led to believe — in the just-released trailer for Jane the Virgin Season 4 (premiering Friday, Oct. 13 at 9/8c on The CW).
The first new footage finds Petra (who is uncharacteristically sporting a sweatshirt and unkempt hair!) asking Jane if she is “one hundred percent over Rafael.” In response, Jane says, “One hundred percent is a big number.” (Ooh!) What follows is even more intriguing: a sequence which appears to show Jane readying to join Rafael in the shower.
Noticeably missing from the trailer is Jane’s first love Adam (played »
“Gossip Girl” director Josh Schwartz revealed that Jennifer Lawrence auditioned for the show as a teen! Related: Jennifer Lawrence Got In A Bar Fight In Budapest Schwartz, 41, dished to The Vulture about J-Law’s audition. “We did not realize this at the time, but Jennifer Lawrence really wanted to play Serena and auditioned,” the director said. “This story […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
Jane Villanueva is still a mom in Season 4… but her son Mateo looks a little different.
In the new Season 4 poster for The CW’s Jane the Virgin, we see star Gina Rodriguez paired up with a new face: Elias Janssen, who’ll play Jane’s son Mateo in the new season, debuting Friday, Oct. 13 at 9/8c. (Sources tell TVLine that Joseph Sanders, the young actor who played Mateo last season, is busy with school.) Jane looks a little overwhelmed in the poster, with a grinning Mateo sitting on her shoulders and a tagline that reads: “Relationship status: It’s mom-plicated. »
Attention Upper East Siders! We have some major Gossip Girl news. For six seasons, we watched Blake Lively star as Serena van der Woodsen in the CW series. The series helped launch Lively into Hollywood stardom and as a result she became a fashion icon. But what if Lively hadn't been cast as Serena? What if Jennifer Lawrence had be chosen for the role? The show's creator Josh Schwartz just revealed in an interview with Vulture that Lawrence actually auditioned for the part back when she was a teenager! "We did not realize this at the time, but Jennifer Lawrence really wanted to play Serena and auditioned," he told the site. "This story came to us secondhand, but we were told she »
Hey Upper East Siders, we have some information that might blow your mind: Jennifer Lawrence once auditioned for The CW's hit drama Gossip Girl. According to the show's creator Josh Schwartz, the Oscar-winning actress, who would have been 16 at the time, really wanted to play NYC's favorite It girl. "We did not realize this at the time, but Jennifer Lawrence really wanted to play Serena and auditioned," Schwartz told Vulture ahead of the show's upcoming 10th anniversary. "This story came to us secondhand, but we were told she definitely auditioned and was bummed to not get it." While it's hard to imagine anyone other than Blake Lively as the blond bombshell, we are definitely curious to know how Lawrence would have tackled the role. »
- Kelsie Gibson
The TV world missed out. Jennifer Lawrence auditioned for the role of Serena van der Woodsen in the “Gossip Girl,” series co-creator Josh Schwartz says. The mastermind behind both “Gossip Girl” and “The O.C.” told Vulture: “We did not realize this at the time, but Jennifer Lawrence really wanted to play Serena and auditioned. This story came to us secondhand, but we were told she definitely auditioned and was bummed to not get it.” Schwartz said he can’t remember whether he watched the tape or not, and of course, the role of the preppy it girl went to Blake Lively. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
He's Chuck Bass. Seriously, it's the answer to everything when it comes to the iconic Gossip Girl character. How can he rock a patchwork scarf? He's Chuck Bass. A green suit and a purple robe? Again, he's Chuck Bass. While fashionistas lost their minds on a weekly basis over the wardrobes of Blair (Leighton Meester) and Serena (Blake Lively), the bad boy of the Upper East Side had just as much, if not more, fanfare over his colorful, over-the-top looks, which Ed Westwick rocked with charisma and ease. In honor of the show's 10 year anniversary, we're revisiting some of Chuck's most iconic looks ever, which were all picked by costume designer Eric Daman back in »
Spotted: A teen drama on The CW causing a social media frenzy. No, we're not talking about Gossip Girl, we're talking about Riverdale, but you'd be forgiven for mixing up the two. While Gossip Girl premiered ten years ago today (!), it's still very much part of our TV landscape and pop culture conversation, and Riverdale, which kicks off its second season on Oct. 11, is The "it" show Atm (at the moment, duh). But their respective popularity isn't the only similarity between the two glossy teen soaps. In fact, Gossip Girl and Riverdale have quite a lot in common we discovered... Co-star Confidential: In the early days of Gg, fans freaked out over who was dating »
Blake Lively may be married to Ryan Reynolds, but it looks like she also has love for a famous frog. The former Gossip Girl star posed with Kermit the Frog for the cover of Love Magazine, which showcased the latest fashion from Miu Miu. Kermit wore a green and white coat for the shoot—accentuating his gorgeous green complexion and bright white eyeballs—while Lively wore a yellow coat. But he wasn't the only Muppet Lively was photographed with. She also posed with Kermit's leading lady Miss Piggy. Lively and Piggy held hands for the photo and rested their heads against each other. Piggy donned a light purple coat and hat, which matched her purple eyeshadow, and »
Haven't you heard? Blaid Waldorf's the most stylish TV characters of the last decade. Ok, so we may have butchered one of the Gossip Girl character's most iconic lines, but can you really blame us? We're not exaggerating when we say Leighton Meester's Queen B is probably one of TV's style icons, Before the series finale aired in 2012, E! News gave Gossip Girl's celebrated costume designer Eric Daman the hard task of choosing his 10 favorite looks ever sported by Blair on the show...and we're looking back on his picks in honor of the show's 10 year anniversary. Like our gallery featuring Daman's picks for his favorite Serena looks ever, the costume »
B--chslaps and bootcamps are the name of the game this season on The CW. The network has two new dramas debuting this fall, and they couldn't be more different. The team behind The O.C. and Gossip Girl is bringing back Dynasty, the iconic '80s soap, shoulder pads and all, while Valor is one of the fall's many new military dramas, centering on an elite unit of helicopter pilots. But are either of the two shows worth your precious DVR space? That's where we come in. We've already given you our quick, no-holds-barred takes on the new series coming to ABC, CBS and Fox this season, and now, it's The CW's turn: Dynasty Premiere Date: Wednesday, Oct. »
10 years later and we're still gossiping about Gossip Girl's style. Can you believe the CW hit series premiered 10 years ago today, debuting on September 14, 2007. Little did we know the impact Gossip Girl (and its stars) would have on the pop culture landscape, especially when it came to the fashion. Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf (as well as their real-life counterparts, Blake Lively and Leighton Meester) quickly became TV's new it girls, inspiring trend after trend, including B's signature headbands and tights, and S' boho-chic aesthetic. Back in 2012, ahead of the series finale, we asked the show's iconic costume designer Eric Daman to single out 10 of his »
Spotted: the trendsetting teen drama Gossip Girl turning the big 1-0.
Ten years ago, the world was introduced to the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite — and the all-knowing entity that is Gossip Girl — when the CW series blasted onto the television landscape on September 19, 2007. Premiering on the new network only two years after The CW began broadcasting, the boundary-pushing series was touted as “every parent’s nightmare,” “a nasty piece of work” and “mind-blowingly inappropriate.”
Now that a decade has passed since we were first introduced to Blair, Serena and their revolving door of male suitors — and almost five »
Supernatural Day (aka Sept. 13, the anniversary of the show’s premiere) is the day that just keeps on giving: In addition to a new poster, The CW has also released the first trailer for Season 13.
Given the litany of losses and problems the Winchesters are facing heading into the new episodes, it’s no surprise that Dean — “who’s a little bit more guarded [and] jaded” next season, showrunner Andrew Dabb tells TVLine — is driven to plead, “God, we need your help.” But will Chuck answer the call?
“We’ve been down before. We’ll find a way, because that’s what we do, »
The Marvel universe has brought to the big screen some of the most intriguing, inspiring, and entertaining characters imaginable. One character which became an immediate hit is Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier. Although the character and storyline are certainly interesting, the popular reception for the character is largely due to the performance by Sebastian Stan. Stan is best known for his portrayal of the Winter Soldier, but he has also appeared in notable productions like Gossip Girl, Ricki and the Flash, and The Martian. Regardless of the role, Stan somehow seems to become the highlight of many films. Despite his enormous popularity,
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Sebastian Stan »
- Timothy Hickey
PhotosFall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 35+ Returning Favorites!
The image below features Sam, Dean and their pal Cas, with the tagline “Dawn of Darkness.” (Not to be confused with Season 11’s The Darkness?)
As executive producer Andrew Dabb told TVLine in our Fall TV Preview, “death is not the end for Castiel. It’s a part of his story. That being said, he’s more dead »
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