The founder of Rookie Magazine and a fashion icon, Gevinson’s life encapsulates all of the contradictions at the heart of the show.
The show’s new cast is diverse, and their characters talk about queerness, class and privilege — but never racism.
Hoist your headbands high.
Even Gossip Girl herself couldn’t have come up with a story this repellently juicy.
This scary-sexy TV show features stars from ‘Pretty Little Liars’ and ‘Gossip Girl.’
With “Gossip Girl,” Josh Schwartz created a New York of beautiful, wealthy solipsists, but no Jews. Does it matter?
The Josh Schwartz wedding of your dreams has finally happened.
The next Bond girl might be Israeli.
This year, Gossip Girl introduced at least four new Jewish characters: Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, Isaac Mizrahi and Rachel Zoe. There is also the unseen character, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, whose trans fat ban and restaurant calorie count are presumably what keeps the cast of the show lithe enough to fit into their increasingly ridiculous outfits.
Just because the CW network hit “Gossip Girl” took a two-week break at the beginning of the month, producers were not willing to pass over the opportunity to invite its gorgeous cast to partake in a scandal-ridden Seder. Even though Cyrus (Wallace Shawn) sported a “Schmutz Happens” apron, Elijah’s seat got taken over by dinner-crashers and everyone at the table complained about waiting too long to eat, this CW’s April 20 episode titled “Seder Anything” still wasn’t much different from any other night.