Gossip Girl (TV Series 2007–2012) - Plot Summary Poster



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  • Privileged teens living on the Upper East Side of New York can hide no secret from the ruthless blogger who is always watching.

  • Gossip Girl follows the lives of privileged teenagers on the upper east side. Serena Van Der Woodsen is a blonde and beautiful socialite. Everyone knows Serena. Blair Waldorf is Serena's best friend but it's always about Serena not Blair. Nate Archibald is Blair's boyfriend but ever since Serena came back from boarding school Nate has been acting strange. Chuck Bass is a rich and arrogant person. Daniel Humphrey, a lonely boy from Brooklyn, NY, who nobody knows. Follow the lives of this guilty pleasure show.

  • Gossip Girl, a ruthless and mysterious blogger reveals secrets about teens in upper east side New York. With roller coaster romances and piles of secrets hiding away for Gossip Girl to find, this show is sure to bring the upper east side and its drama into our lives.

  • Take a dip in the life of luxury - Gossip Girl leads you through the over priced, upper class lives of New York's finest. Blair Waldorf is a self described schemer, who's future is mapped out. Serena Van Der Woodsen is her social, beautiful best friend. Throughout the show the two engage in conflicts and reconciliations as their rivalry comes to a head. Nate Archibald is the dashing descendent of the Vanderbilts and is the group's most eligible bachelor. Chuck Bass is the manipulative son of a powerful father. Their romantic entanglements consume the majority of the show. Throughout all the seasons, a variety of antagonists is rotated in and out. The viewer will begin the show scoffing at the flashy, ridiculous premise and will end up obsessed and held in suspense.

  • Welcome to New York's Upper East side where the wealthy and connected mingle at benefits and try to deal with their always dramatic love lives, not to mention picking colleges. Blair Waldorf is the so-called toast of adolescence in her world; she and her friends, Kati Farkas and Isabel Coates, go to a prep school and fancy parties with their rich parents. Blair is envied by her adversaries because she is thought to have the perfect life, not just because of her gorgeous boyfriend, Nate Archibald, but because she's also planning on getting into her dream college, Yale. With everyone worried about college(or procrastinating on worrying, which everyone seems to be doing), and junior year dragging along, her seemingly perfect life is interrupted by her ex-best friend, the beautiful Serena van der Woodsen, coming back into town after getting kicked out of boarding school. Serena comes back into her life, and into the eyes of Blair's boy friend. When everything Blair knows starts to fall apart, everyone will realize that her life is far from perfect. Will life in the the Upper East Side redeem itself of what it's really supposed to be? Or will the false facade reveal that the rich have the same problems as the not so rich (Jenny and Dan Humphrey), if not more. And just maybe Jenny and Dan are all the more happy with their simple, not so expectant lives.

  • The beautiful Blair Waldorf is the toast of the adolescent population of Manhattan's Upper East Side, envied by her friends and the adversary of many fellow rich girls. Her ideal world begins to collapse, however, when her ex-best friend, freshly excluded from her previous boarding school, enrolls at Blair's private school.


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  • Welcome to New York City's upper east side where you are introduced into the scandalous lives of Manhattens elite. Serena van der Woodson is back in town after being kicked out of boarding school. Her "best" friend Blair Waldorf is none to pleased and for good reason. Blair's boyfriend Nate Archibald has a thing for the gorgeous blonde, Serena. Then there is the outsider Dan Humpfey who has always had it bad for Serena. In the mix of all the high school drama is the parents drama

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