Good news! Joshus Safran and Stephanie Savage told the press Jan. 25 they are ‘not writing the series finale’ just yet. Are you excited?
Normally when a show makes it past 100 episodes, the end is near, which is why Gossip Girl fans have been wondering what will happen to Serena, Chuck, Blair and the rest of the gang after this fifth season comes to a close. Fortunately, the show’s creators shared great news with us earlier this morning at the CW offices in Burbank.
“We’re not writing the series finale,” executive producer Joshua Safran said, coyly.
When pushed for more details on future seasons, Stephanie Savage jumped in to explain.
“That’s with so many conversations and people stare at me and roll their eyes and say, ‘Dude, you have to stop asking me this. You shouldn’t be writing the series finale,’” she said. “We checked in with our bosses to make sure we’re not shooting ourselves in the foot.”
While that’s all they could tell us about Gossip Girl‘s future, Joshua and Stephanie couldn’t help but rave about how excited they are for the show to get to the 100th episode, which airs next Monday, Jan. 30.
“To be able to get [to 100 episodes] especially on a serial drama, espeically on a show about young people, especially during a writer’s strike, it’s a big deal,” Stephanie said, graciously.
Are YOU excited to see what happens next on Gossip Girl? How many more seasons do you want?
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