TV Roundup: Gossip Girl
It’s that special time of year when all your favorite TV shows return from their summer hiatuses. Over the next few weeks, Onward State will be keeping you up to date with all the upcoming shows that we think you should be watching. Why study when you can watch TV instead?
Greetings Penn State girls…Gossip Girl here with the newest blast.
The Season three finale left off with BFFs Serena and Blair heading to Paris, Chuck mugged and shot and lying dead (or alive?) in an alley, Jenny moves in with her mother, Nate, who handles his breakup by taking Chuck’s advice; and Georgina (who even likes her?) tells Dan that he is a baby-daddy.
Gossip Girl is jam packed with drama, keeping us on the edges of our seats waiting for what is next. Season four is going to be around 22 episodes. So set your Tivo’s and DVRs. The much anticipated season four premier (woah—catching up to the OC) kicks off with S and B parading around Paris moving on from their exes with sexy French guys. Little J is apparently missing in action (actress Taylor Momsen and her band The Pretty Reckless are touring, recording and etc) and Dan has to deal with the consequences of his rendezvous with Georgina Sparks.
You will not be able to tear your eyes from the screen once it is filled with sex, booze, drugs, sleaze and all things Chuck Bass.
Will Poor lonely boy do the right thing? Will the infamous Chuck Bass wake up? Will B and S eat escargot? Are Lily and Rufus significant this season? What about Vanessa? Will this show actually follow the guidelines of the book? Is Dorota on twitter?
Tune in Mondays at 9 and do not miss the season opener episode tonight on the CW.
Check your phones…you know you love me,
XOXO, Gossip Girl
Season 4 Rankings:
- Tier 1: Nate Archibald, Serena van der Woodsen
- Tier 2: Chuck Bass, Blair Waldorf
- Tier 3: Dan Humphrey, Vanessa Abrams
- Tier 4: Jenny Humprey, Eric van der Woodsen
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