Gossip Girl

The CW’s Gossip Girl is a new television teen drama set to air on September 19th created by Josh Schwartz, the mind behind The O.C. and Stephanie Savage. It’s based upon the series of bestselling books by the same name by author Cecily von Ziegesar .

The premise behind Gossip Girl is a group of upper class young students who live on the Upper East Side in New York City. It is a little bit past the reading age for my oldest daughter but we have looked through he books on the shelves and it’s something she is interested in reading once I actually let her purchase them.

Basically the show is narrated by an unseen character, the ‘Gossip Girl’ who runs a blog about her fellow Upper East Siders which tends to stir the post and keep the rivalries constantly going.

There is also a MySpace Fan Page where you can get updates and leave messages for the Gossip Girl as well. Don’t forget to tune in or record the Gossip Girl on September 19th on the CW.

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