Production Of Gossip Girl

The American teen show Gossip Girl is very popular among the teens. The show has been a big hit, in fact a complete show packed with full of humor of day to day life where everyone relate to, understands the real people problems. The show primarily brought into focus on a group of atrociously wealthy, dazzlingly good-looking young men and women, all attending a high-end prep school. It is loved by everyone, here in this article we will be mainly focusing on the production of Gossip Girl.

Regarding the information on the Gossip girl production, each and every episode of the Gossip Girl starts with the blog page of the Gossip Girl blog with the picture of Serena from the pilot episode. And then, a brief recap of the events which is significant to the forthcoming narrative is also shown. This ends or finishes again with the blog page of the Gossip Girl. And this time it’s with a picture from other characters with text regarding a recent event generally connecting with the picture.

As we move further with the details of the production of Gossip Girls, we found out that the narrator in the show is always Gossip Girl, and the voice is of Kristen Bell. She usually starts recap by saying this sentence "Gossip Girl here, your one and only source into the scandalous lives of Manhattan's elite,” Kristen Bell generally finishes or ends the episode of the show with the sentence "You know you love me. xoxo, Gossip Girl."

The suiting of the Gossip Girl show is done in different places. These places include Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Hamptons, Los Angeles and Paris. These places are cast or shown beautifully in the show. This briefly reveals everything about the production of Gossip Girl. However, despite the criticism from the older crowd of viewers, Gossip Girl, which is based on the book of the same name written by Cecily von Ziegesar, has become a big hit among teens. In fact, it is one of the most downloaded programs on iTunes. Moreover, the show's success came as a surprise to Blake Lively, which isn't used to all the publicity.