Gossip Girl

The CW (ended 2012)



User Score: 552


Gossip Girl Fan Reviews page 3 of 13

out of 10
11,148 votes
  • Best. Show. Ever

    Co-created by The O.C's Josh Shwartz, this show is a milestone in its own. This is the show that creates the ultimate "good guy-bad guy" distinction and leaves you loving the bad guys for being so reckless, charasmatic and scandelous & detest the good guys for being sugary sweet, adorable and holier-than-thou; all morals apart. It boasts of well etched characters, proficient actors and scandelous storylines that leave you wistful for more. Its a world where the scoop about your parent's love life is as delicious as your own, where the crowd is hesitent to let you rise but quick to make you fall, where every person is hiding deep dark secrets we all know will be ultimately unearthed by 'Gossip Girl'. The cast comprises of the perfect guy-next-door, Dan Humphrey;the girl-next-door desperate to shake off this title, Jenny Humphery; the meddled up yet marvelous Queen Bee, Blair Waldorf; the even more meddled up with looks to die for, Nate Archibald, the sugary sweet Sarena Van der Woodsen, the charasmatic Chuck Bass and the eye candy parents Lily Van der Woodsen and Rufus Humphery. This show is definately not perfect but the best part is that you won't just love it despite its flaws but you'll come to love its flaws too!!
  • GG, Gossip Girl!

    I really did enjoyed watching the first season. Although after the half season the storyline started droping but I still like rewatching the that season.
    I really did enjoyed watching the first season. Although after the half season the storyline started droping but I still like rewatching the that season.
    I really did enjoyed watching the first season. Although after the half season the storyline started droping but I still like rewatching the that season.
    I really did enjoyed watching the first season. Although after the half season the storyline started droping but I still like rewatching the that season.
    Yay Gossip Girl!
  • Go,go,gossip girl

    The most influential show in primetime,on the "CW" network. First the likes, I like how the characters don't realize how visually beautiful they are, the spin-off films for some of the main cast are cool because I think that the "hardcore fans" watch'em religiously. The witty one line smart remarks make it tolerable (I'm not a groupie) because I find it easy to lose focus with the sexual tension that effortlessly emits...and most of all it's easy to follow. Now the dislikes, nothing but the repetitiveness of the character "Chuck". So is it worth following this series ? To me that's neither a yes or no question at this time, on one hand it's a yes because I can relate on a personal level to a part of the cast, and on the other,no...
  • Is this show "Straight?"

    It must be a "non-straight" show. the girls are kind of "not really looking good". also "Really really not looking good". maybe also "Very very extremely not really looking good".

    and the dudes are like "really metrosexual". very metrosexual". "extremely metrosexual".

    well, I mean, I have no problem with peoples choice or look but, for a "high society" show, they could do better I guess.

    Low Budget productions trying to handle subjects off their reach, often give big holes in casting. I guess this show is falling under the same mistake.

    But perhaps they will succeed where "DIRT" failed. (It is not hard to do better than "DIRT")
  • Rich kids living it up in New York City.

    I love this show. I love the petty fights. I love the designer clothes and I love the cattiness it all.

    It's one of those shows that don't feel in the slightest bit realistic, from the designer everything to the Soap-Operaish drama, but it's just one of those shows where it's more about the characters than about the story. Or at least it is for me.

    This show would be nothing without Blair Waldorf and Chuck Bass, two people who I can't help but love and at times love to hate. They're manipulative and tragic and whilst I'd abhor anyone like that in real life, on this show they make it one of my favourite shows.
  • The one show I never thought Id ever get into! No matter what you think it is going to be like, it will be better.

    Gossip girl is all about shoes, hieracy, parties, family and friends. It all in NY, and there is some fantasy in that for me, as I would love to believe my life could be that awesume! Well i guess anyone would. The day I started watching gossip girl was simply on a wime I downloaded the first 2 seasons for my mate who had missed a couple of episodes, while I was waiting for it to download I started to watch the first episode and then the next one and so on until I had finished the second season and started to download what was out of the third season, I was now offially ahead of my friend and we started watching the fresh episodes together it was then that I realised that gossip girl is one of those shows that you can watch on your own but really to get the most out of it you have to watch it with a mate or a group of mates who all love it, so you can stop it half way through and say "wtf" is going on and "omg, blair & chuck finally!!!!!). Every since that first day I have been addicted to Gossip Girl. It is so fast paced (like ER & spooks) that I fell in love with the diversity of the characters. This last episode is a classic, I think season 4 is pretty close to my fav season behind season 1 which will always be my fav. So no matter what you think of gossip girl give it a shot, its amazing!
  • Chuck and Blair are the saving grace of the show!

    The show started out pretty good for a teen soap opera. I liked it well enough, though I've always hated Serena/Blake. She is a terrible actress and the character is even worse. Chuck and Blair are the only reason I continue to watch the show. Even when they are not together their chemistry is fabulous. The one absolutely terrible thing about this show is how old these characters act. They are supposed to be 20ish! LOL that is something I can't get over. And there are so many useless characters on, the number one spot goes to Vanessa! Honestly, I hope the show ends next season (with Chuck and Blair together). Leighton Meester (Blair) is absolutely fabulous. I can't wait to see her get more and more famous.
  • One of the best episodes so far :) Just loved it and cant wait for the next :)

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  • Everybody thinks this show is cool,but their wrong.

    It's not even cool,even with the girls.It's very boring and whenever the makers are doing,it was a bad idea for a show.It's not even like High School Musical or all of the other shows.I don't think that the show is a good one.It's like a drama or a not scary version of The Haunting Of Molly Hartley,even with Chace Chrawford.I say that it's really boring and it's really a bad drama show.It's not even a best show or it's not even better than Drake And Josh.I would say that it should be a bad show and my grade is a F because it's boring and lame.
  • It's an interesting show.

    You can get some poorly written, bland American crap teen dramas on television. But this isn't one of them. This show is cool, has a good vibe, and well.... Chuck Bass. Teen dramas get bad when they introduce very bad characters, just to stir up drama, and while there are some small moments, most of it is fine. I've watched the first 20 episodes, and started reading the first book (not really my thing). Season 1 is good, i like it, and while I'm not hooked on it like i have been with other teen dramas in the past, it is still a good show, despite the unappealing show name, especially for guys.

    I say you should watch it.
  • It is a show about upper east side yuppies and they drama they love to live.

    This is the best soap on right now. The cast is hot and very talented. Two seasons in and it is still addictive. The storylines are well thought out and believable. Colege will be the real test. There is sure to be many comparisons to The O.C. and Beverly Hills 90210. But it is way better The O.C. BH 90210 is a classic. at least the first few seasons are. My favorite characters are Serena and Chuck. Serena is just a great character who is strong and independent but realistic. Chuck is a great bad boy and sexy as hell.
  • I love this show!

    It's so addicting and it's an actual INTERESTING teen drama, with real plotlines, style, and LOTS of drama. Not to mention, that Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf are the hottest characters on tv. In other teen shows, the characters have money but still choose to deal with things in a regular teen fashion, but on this show the characters actually embrace their wealth, and instead throwing keggers or wearing t-shirts and jeans, they have stylists and ride around in limos. This show goes past the usual teen boundaries and I hope it stays on television for a long time to come.
  • A show about spoiled, snobbish, heartless brats from the upper east side.

    I hate it. It is about spoiled brats from the upper east side who have money coming from everywhere. The characters are shallow and i find it unable to take a liking to all but one or two of them. When i saw the OC i thought that a people with that amount of money were snobbish. But at least those characters had alittle bit of depth to them. The characters in Gossip Girl are so shallow that it is almost unbelieveable. I could not stand it long enough to see if there was actually a good storyline but from what i saw there wasn't anything good there. A show about rich, snobbish teenagers with absolutely no depth whatsoever. One of the worst tv shows that i have had the misfortune of experiencing.
  • The CW's most popular hit teen drama series, "Gossip Girl" appeals to many aspiring teenagers with the hopes of living in high society. Taking place on the Upper-East Side of New York (Manhattan), an unknown blogger sets the stage as narrator.

    As the mysterious "gossip girl" drills into the business of others, season three is no different as she continues to reveal parts of the scandalous lives of Manhattan's elite. This time, she's not letting anyone get in her way. Last season left off with a shocker that both the parents of Dan (played by Penn Badgley) and Serena (Blake Lively), the hottest couple on the series, were announcing their engagement. Trying to sabotage their relationship, Serena and Dan eventually grew apart as they began to take on the role of twisted siblings. It grew hard at times, but in order to bring less attention to themselves, they were forced to fight the temptation and desire they once had for each other. However, in my eyes, I see some of the series' most scandalous activities as life changing lessons to be learned by its responding viewers; this just being one example. Covering the many central issues of teenage living, Gossip Girl's greatest scandals circle around the protagonists of the bunch – or the dynamic duo: Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester). Serena's character always dazzles the audience with her carefree attitude of what others may think of her, despite whether the circumstances are good or bad. Her love for fashion also helps her steal the spotlight and live up to her "perfect" title. Right beside her is her best friend and enemy, Blair, who rules the so-called "social hierarchy" of Manhattan. She knows everything about everyone, and she often uses her charm, money, and social status to get where and what she wants. Redefining the realities of class conflict, together Serena and the "Queen B" are recognized as Manhattan's most popular duo. To kick off the new season, Serena is accepted into Brown University, which she turns away hoping she can find herself before next semester. Meanwhile, Blair is at the bottom of a new social ladder at her new home at NYU. With the struggles of her past, Serena finds comfort working a small job in the fashion industry while Blair tries to find her place where money can't buy her everything. When you look at Blair and Serena's relationship closely, there's a long line of betrayal that surfaces almost immediately. Although they claim to be best friends, in the harshest situations one feels the need to triumph over the other, and their small test of friendship can lead to a catastrophe. The lesson taken from this love-hate relationship is that betrayal is less effective when one can rise above it. On the other end of the spectrum, the male characters have recurring issues of their own. As seen in previous seasons, there's no surprise to the line of heartbreaks that come with Gossip Girl's hottest characters. Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford's character) was Serena's first love until her relationship with Blair ruined things once again. This season, he is dating a Buckley, which is sure to land him in trouble after running through Serena, Blair, Vanessa, and even little Jenny Humphrey. Then there's Dan Humphrey who portrays a cheesy romantic but never fails to capture the eyes of his audience. He was Serena's second love until they departed last season, and now he seems to find himself with issues of his own. Despite his past, which included a sneaky affair with a high school teacher, Dan appears to be less scandalous than the other characters. He's torn between old flame Vanessa and a new girl on camera, but he later learns that taking the new way out is what's best for him. Perhaps the sneakiest of all characters is the notable Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick), who plays Blair's shaky love interest. He's known as the series' lust-driven antagonist because he's been caught in several sneaky affairs with numerous girls. He is often despised by many, but, like Blair, he uses his wealth and power to earn respect. While many viewers can relate to the gossiping lives of teenagers seen today, it caught me by surprise seeing that the male characters on the show were involved in the gossip just as much as the females. Despite their background, each character has found themselves in the spotlight in some manner and they show just how hard it can be to dig your way out. The lesson learned here is to be the bigger person and keep out of the cruel teenage world of gossiping, which will ultimately help out in the long run. New to this season, characters Jenny Humphrey (Taylor Momsen) and Vanessa (Jessica Szohr) finally have a chance in the spotlight, getting more than just their 15 minutes of fame, as Jenny claims her throne at Constance Billiard and Vanessa dukes it out with Blair. Olivia (Hilary Duff), the new girl on camera, takes everyone by storm and becomes a threat to the newest social ladder. When Vanessa's long lost mother appears on the scene, she willfully announces her views on the evils of her daughter's private education ("Knowledge should not be for sale") and the shallowness of the 'high life.' Vanessa, then, becomes determined to win her mom over by delivering the freshman toast at school, but being the second choice – Olivia triumphs as number one - Vanessa can't help but to be manipulated by Blair. In the end, both Blair and Vanessa lose their chances of making the toast and Olivia gladly accepts. Blair announces, "Irony certainly can be cruel," in an effort to wave her white flag against Vanessa. Although scandal appears everywhere in Gossip Girl news, there's no doubt that teenagers may be getting the ideas of betraying one another to what they want from the popular series. There's certainly a strong satire of teenage living that is enveloped in the series and it's portrayed from all angles: socially, mentally, and even physically. The lives of the elite are full of power, heartbreak, scandal, and revenge, but without these key traits the infamous "gossip girl" would have nothing to gossip about. Knowing her affects on people, she uses her conniving skills to continue in ruining the lives of these noted characters. In announcing her famous line, "You know you love me. Xoxo, Gossip girl," her point becomes very clear.
  • What a waste of air time

    I know that these days it's all about pleasing viewers from the age of 12 to 23 but I am aghast at the quality of television these days including this senseless show that shows young, egotistical, useless teenagers going about life as if there were no responsibilities. The characters are fairly artificial and trust me, I know it's all about the clothes being worn by beautiful people but there in no depth to the stories.It goes to show you that the shows that sell on television are still shows about hospitals,detectives, young heartless people,more hospital series, more detective series and oh yes, those reality shows.Welcome to the Dark Ages of television.
  • A show about the troubled (HA!) lives of Manhattans elite.

    This show is one of the better CW shows. Its about 6 people living either in Brooklyn or the Upper East Side. Social climber Jenny Humphrey, or Little J, is having difficulty becoming one of Constance It Girls. Dan, J's bro, is having trouble NOT becoming popular By being Serena Van Der Woodsen's boy friend. Serena is back from a mysterious year-long stay at boarding school. Blair Waldorf is having trouble keeping her crown at Constance. Chuck Bass is also having trouble keeping his steamy affair with Blair a secret from Nate. Nate's dad's a druggie, his GF had sex with his best bud, Chuck. All of this is documented by the unseen narrator, Gossip Girl.
  • this show is really good if you like shows like the oc and other that are on now of days.

    i like the show gossip girl. it is really good show that touches apon a older crownd of kids from a manhatten privat school. i think its a really good show and the first season was good and the second season. the show touches on subjects like any other show of its kind. breaking the law ,the girls and there problems and the boys with there problems. even the parents with there problems. it is such a good show and the same person that makes the oc did this show with the help of another person . so i like this show and i am a 20 year old guy.
  • Great show from CW.

    Gossip Girl.

    A show about the scandalous lives of the Manhattan elite told from the view of Gossip Girl: an anonymous blogger. This show started out great and just keeps getting better as the characters grow. It deals with the typical issues of teens nowadays: school, dating, parties and sex, except that the people are the richest people on Earth. This show has a great variety from hilarious scenes to ones so sad that you can't help but cry along with the characters. Add to it the fact that all of their secrets are posted online and sent to the cells of every person in Manhattan who read Gossip Girl. It definately makes life interesting.

    Great show.
  • Good Show not great but i would still say its an overrated show on tv!!!!

    Gossip girl!!! Well according to me the only reason i started watching this show is because the creator of this show is JOSH SCHWARTZ, the director of some amazing shows like Chuck and The OC !!!! People would certainly like this show if they havent watch The OC , but if they do already have watched The OC , i am sure they would end up really disappointed coz its nowhere close when compared to it!!! This was the major problem with me liking the show coz i frequently compare this show with the OC!! I miss THE OC very badly and i thought josh could have done better in the show but its just not upto the mark !! I know the fans wont agree with me here but i have given a 9.5 only coz its the OC director !!! And those of you who dont agree with me here pls do watch the OC and then You would know!!!!!
  • These characters whip out their cellphones faster than they switch love interests.

    Every decent drama TV show tries to make every episode in which if you watch it, you will be instantly hooked to the entire series. Gossip Girl is no exception. I watched an episode in the middle of season three, recommended by a friend, and I was attached to the plot. I immediately watched all three seasons from the pilot to the last episode, and it did not disappoint. Gossip Girl is packed with fast moving storylines, shocking situations dubbed as "OMG moments," and extremely diverse characters.

    A common misconception is that Gossip Girl only follows the lives of rich, spoiled teens on the Upper East Side. However, one that takes the time to view a few episodes will soon realize that this drama effectively balances the priveledged lives of Manhattan teenagers, as well as the lower class lives of Brooklynites. I particularly enjoy the idea of the character "Gossip Girl" herself, who follow the lives of these Upper East Siders. 

    The storylines of this well known drama can, however, be like flipping a coin. Simply, some are good and some are not. While most storylines are fun and interesting to follow, few can be boring and dragged out. Nevertheless, the majority do not disappoint.

    For example, my favorite storyline has to be the Georgina episodes circa season one. The few episodes Michelle Tratchenburg was in were filled with fun drama that kept you glued to the screen. While her later appearances on season two and three lacked as much excitement, you can always count on Georgina to make things interesting.

    Overall, I recommend this series as a fun guilty pleasure. Hopefully season four will match up to the quality of the first three seasons!
  • great show

    great show! I first started watching this because I read the books a couple of years ago, and was positively surprised when the story and characters evolved in a totally different direction. In the books I didn't really care about any of the characters because I just didn't like them, but in the show, they just grew on me :)
    Although the show has lost some of it's former originality - the first season was just great - I still enjoy watching it and won't stop hoping it will find it's way back to being the best teen show on tv :)
  • Not the show I thought I would enjoy, but I did.

    When people call Gossip Girl too scandalous, I don't get it. I mean, the show is fun. Serena is cool. Dan is cooler. Blaire is hot. Nate is hotter. Chuck Bass is...well, chuck Bass.

    I love the show.

    What I love about the show:
    Well, I love everything (just trying to kill the word limit. Coorperate) Oh, and its soundtrack is always amazing.

    What I hate:
    I don't really hate anything about it. I mean, Its not my favourite show. But there aren't any flaws.
    But ya, that speech Chuck gave on Lily and his dad's wedding was boring (if that counts).

    Favourite Episodes:
    All the episodes with Georgina in it.

    AHA! Word limit crossed!
  • Deepest, Darkest, Guiltiest Pleasure

    Can't stop watching. Delicious. Of course, I was born and raised on the Upper East Side (below Park Avenue...on the "middle class Dan" side of the tracks). I knew these Dalton types... Didn't think much of 'em, to be honest. But I must say I enjoy the total ridiculousness of billionaire Chuck Bass doing hookers in Bangkok at age 17 and the fact Moms and Dads drop in to show some dysfunction in their own lives, then drop back out while their kids run amok. I'm sure I will watch until it's ultimate demise but enjoy pretty much every sick moment along the way.
  • Gossip Girl is truly a "guilty pleasure" as well as a great mother-daughter activity!

    I have to say, I'm not a big fan of shows like Gossip Girl, such as The O.C. and Laguna Beach, because I find them unrealistic, over-glamourous, and meangingless. Well in Gossip Girl, unrealistic, over-glamourous and meangingless television has never been so entertaining! There's nothing better than sitting down and watching a bit of fantasy television about gorgeous people with gorgeous clothes and gorgeous boyfriends with over-dramatic lives. From the virginiy scandals to the drug over-doses, the bingeing and the break-ups, Gossip Girl does prove to be as over-dramatic and unrealistic as the ads promise.
    Best hour of television in the week.
  • The acting is good, the idea of Gossip Girl I find ingenious and the story is -sometimes- interesting.

    The show is typical. It's not a masterpiece, not by far. But it is interesting! I think that the existence of Gossip Girl is smart. It the enemy of the high class, but the high class can't seem to live without it. The characters are not likeable. Actually, what I've noticed is that the ones we're supposed to like because they're normal, or even borderline normal, like Nate, Serena, Dan, those are the least likeable. Chuck and Blair, the "evil" ones, them I like. Especially Chuck is the least fake of the bunch. I think the series is acceptable. You just have to swallow a lot of backstabbing along with that upper East Side martini of yours.
  • the story takes places in a high school from the upper east side of manhattan, where to be the most popular is the important thing.

    maybe is not the best tv show made about high school kids. maybe the screenplay could be better and probably the story a little more credible, but i like it, and if you start watching it, you would love it too. it makes me pass a great time, forguetting about the world outside and the problems, and i don't ask anything more about a tv show like that.
    if you loved one tree hill, dawson's creek, beverly hills 90210 or the oc, you will love it.
    the last minutes of the episode will asure you will be waiting to see the next one.
  • A complete and total disappointment

    I was excited to see that Gossip Girl was becoming a show, considering I was a fan of the books. What a disappointment I was in for. While the books are edgy, witty, and interesting, the show is nothing like them.
    I don't usually moan and complain about differences between books and screen adaptions, because some things just cannot be transfered. But the only things that are the same between the books and the show are that it's named "Gossip Girl", the characters have the same names, and it's set in the Upper East Side. That's it. Important character traits that were in the books, that defined the characters, are not found in the show. In particular, Jenny and Dan Humphrey. Even their zany but hilarious father, Rufus, has completely changed as well. These quirky, complex, extremely interesting characters transfered onto the show as shallow, generic, pretty people. Jenny, who, in the books, really wanted to be like Serena, but in reality was short, with curly hair and was very self conscious, tried her best to be accepted, even following in the footsteps of what Serena did in her past. In the show, Jenny is almost a carbon copy of Serena. Blonde, pretty. Bland. The same thing happened to Dan when he transfered to the screen, as well as many other characters.
    The only slightly interesting characters that this show has are Chuck and Gossip Girl herself. Played well by Ed Westwick and Kristen Bell (even though just her voice is used). I feel that the character of Serena was designed to suit Blake Lively, the pretty, 'good girl', instead of Blake making herself into Serena. In the books, Serena is a beautiful girl, who attracts the attention of men all around. Even though Serena isn't too smart and is a bit of a space cadet herself. The same thing seemed to happen to Dan. In the books he is a witty and intelligent poet, but quirky and strange. Penn Badgely just seems to be trying to hard to be funny in the show. He's just as bland as the rest of them.

    Even though the book series of Gossip Girl isn't 'fine literature' by any means, it definitely is one of the better, well written books of its kind. There is literally no comparison between the show and the books. It had potential to be a different teen show, but ended up being just so completely bland and boring. I think I am the most disappointed in Josh Schwartz, who created the great show of The OC, which deteriorated over the years, but started out strong. Those characters had some substance. If you enjoy good television, skip Gossip Girl. It has no real substance at all.
  • You know you love it.

    I've only seen the first season, because here in New Zealand it's on a Sunday afternoon - a very inconvenient time for me. But thankfully they make dvds!

    Anyway, I thought season one was fantastic. I was a little sceptical about watching it as I thought it sounded too similar to The OC but I'm glad I did. It's so much better than The OC!

    The characters are awesome. I especially love Serena and Dan. They're so nice and down to earth. It adds balance as a show full of hot, popular b**chs would get boring. The idea of "Gossip Girl" is a little far fetched at times because it's impossible for someone to know everything that's going on in people lives, but other than that the show is perfect! I can't wait for season two on dvd.
  • well it's all about the life of the upper east siders. the people, their lifestyle and culture..

    i'm a teenager.and maybe that's why i got addicted to this show. it really got my attention. but if you really try to think about it, the show's kind of senseless. BOOZE, GIRLS, MONEY, GREED, PARTY. that's what this show teaches you. after realizing this, i told myself that maybe i should watch another tv show instead. a tv show where i can truly learn. i think other teenagers have the need to realize this. coz because of this show, our morals are affected. teenagers think that it's ok to party all night and go have sex with a whole bunch of people. well there are also good things being learned from the show, but there are really only a feww. i dont really mean to offend anyone. it's just an opinion :)
  • This show is great! I love it!

    Gossip Girl is a great show. It really isn't like any other teen drama. It isn't boring or cheesy and I've enjoyed every episode so far.

    I like most of the characters but my favorite character is Chuck. He is so bad and I love it! but he also has a heart and feelings and I like that. I also like that he's there for his friends when they need him.

    I enjoy the relationship Rufus has with his kids Dan and Jenny. He's a good dad.

    I like Dan because he works hard and doesn't care about fitting in with everyone else. Dan brings out the best in Serena when they are together. But they don't even come close to Blair and Chuck which are perfect for each other. :) love them.
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