The CW show, which launched the careers of Blake Lively, Penn Badgley, Chace Crawford, Leighton Meester and Ed Westwick, has gotten a series order from Warner Media's upcoming streaming service HBO Max.
Looks like our favorite Upper East Siders are headed back to TV.
It isn't clear right now which (if any) of the former Gossip Girl stars would be making an appearance in the series.
Gossip Girl - based on the book by Cecily von Ziegesar - screened for 121 episodes during six seasons from 2007-2012.
When Gossip Girl aired in the late aughts, it made teen viewers secretly wish they could be like Serena van der Woodsen or Blair Waldorf.
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The new Gossip Girl will be produced by the same team behind the original, and the "prestige series" will "address just how much social media - and the landscape of NY itself - has changed in the intervening years", deadline.com reported.
The series will center on a new generation of NY private school students and "address just how much social media - and the landscape of NY itself - has changed in the intervening years", the service. It's unclear if any of the original cast will be returning.
The original creative team behind the show, Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, will return to executive produce, while Josh Safran (who wrote and produced the original series) will showrun the ten-episode order. Television and CBS Television Studios, both of whom produced the original series.