HBO Max's Gossip Girl reboot may zero in on another age of New York socialites, yet on the off chance that fanatics of the first CW series give close consideration, they can in any case spot a lot of updates about their number one exemplary characters.
From dubious references to Nate Archibald and Dan Humphrey to a real appearance by Georgina Sparks' child Milo, the new series makes a move to respect the inheritance that permitted it to exist.
And keeping in mind that there are a couple of updates to share right now, showrunner Joshua Safran guarantees TVLine, “There are more returning characters coming” in the second half of the season, adding, “We’re going to have a lot of fun.”
Peruse on to perceive what the reboot has shown us the first Gossip Girl team, then, at that point drop a remark with your musings. Which different characters would you like to hear from?
While we don't know precisely what Nate is up to nowadays, Chace Crawford's person is referenced in the pilot close by a few other "great" Constance Billard and St. Jude's graduated class, as Caroline Kennedy and Colson Whitehead. He's even alluded to as a "saint" contrasted with what he resembled in secondary school. Maybe the mayoral bid he suggested in the first series finale went surprisingly good?
At the point when Dan is referenced in the new Gossip Girl pilot, Kate energetically answers, "The novelist?!" It's not much to go on, but rather it surely infers that Penn Badgley's person hasn't totally blurred into artistic lack of clarity… yet.
Leighton Meester's person shows up (of sorts) in Episode 4 when Zoya recognizes an outlined photograph of the previous it young lady holding tight the divider at the Sparks home. We don't get a proper update on her life — hell, we couldn't say whether she's still Mrs. Throw Bass — yet essentially we know she's still particularly on Georgina's radar.
Michelle Trachtenberg's person goes in A-rundown circles nowadays, as uncovered by the photographs of her with any semblance of Elon Musk, Ed Sheeran and Vladimir Putin that we find in Episode 4.
That said, “of all these people she’s around in her life, her target is still Blair,” Safran tells TVLine. “She has to see Blair’s face every day to energize her. Or to be inspired to do evil.”
Georgina's unholy produce (presently played by Azhy Robertson) is the principal character from the first series to show up on the reboot, acquainting himself with Zoya by saying, “My last name is Sparks. Really Ivanov, but in this day and age, it’s best to leave that out.”
Like his mom, Milo lives for the show. We even discover that he once gave E. coli to Lily-Rose Depp at Lola's command — which is quite screwed up, considering the entertainer almost kicked the bucket from that, in actuality.