Blake Lively, the new American Marianne?
The star of the series Gossip Girl, xox xox is the new American Marianne. Beauty is there, she acts very well indeed and an excellent star.
The faces of the new American Merianne!
Well, anyway, today I have concentrated my mind to follow up the TV Series name Gossip Girl. The story was all about the quicked run away of Serena from the city away from her family, brother, friends and her school.
The first episoda was all about her coming back! I have seen untill the 7th episode. I have realized that being in high school was prety difficult even though maybe that was the best time in our age or what?
Serena is the famous and most issued person in the story. Blair is the naughty nasty personality even though she is the best friend of Serena. Hmmm. Serena’s name bring me to think that I have a Cerena in my family, LOL.
The serie is quite different from the teen-age series. They are always into party, in limousine and I can say that they are in the high quality society. They are living in a Palace Hotel.
Well, I can describe this as a imaginary world for the teen-age in reality. But you know, I am watching it and I am enjoying because what is important here are the different relationship between mother and child, brother and sister, most importantly, being friends!
Season 1: only had 18 episodes but gossip girl has been resigned for 24 episodes in the 2nd season
“Gossip Girl” Cast
The new series comes from “The O.C” and “Chuck” creator Josh Schwartz and seems poised to capture the hearts of viewers everywhere and to remind us, no matter what age we are, that we were all in High School once and carry those battle-scars and victories with us every day.
Once you look past the window dressing and the whole innocence lost you find families and stories that all of us can connect with. The first episode is beautifully shot and of course features the Josh Schwartz musical touch that was so prevalent on “The OC”, mixing in the hottest bands to drive the scenes. The bottom line is The CW has crafted their first hit and quite possibly at the same time have created this fall’s guiltiest viewing pleasure. Once the out of the demo viewers get past the “Am I watching a show about High School kids?” it’s easy to just sit back and enjoy the ride. Is the first episode perfect? Hardly, but that’s sort of the point. The episode, like life, is flawed.