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Afterward, a recap of events relevant to the upcoming narrative is shown, which ends again with the home page of the website, only this time with a picture from other character(s) with a text about a recent event connected with the picture.
The narrator is Gossip Girl, voiced by Kristen Bell.
The story also follows scholarship student Dan Humphrey (Penn Badgley), who is a self-described "outsider" from Brooklyn, Blair's first love and the so-called "golden boy", Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford), and the "bad boy" heir apparent Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick), who is part of "Manhattan's elite" and "the king of their chess game." Other characters of the turbulent Manhattan scene: Vanessa Abrams (Jessica Szohr), Dan's childhood best friend.
The success of Gossip Girl led to adaptations outside the United States. The characters are worldly in a way that Orange County kids aren't." The O. creator Josh Schwartz and fellow writer Stephanie Savage have served as the show's executive producers throughout the series' run, followed by Bob Levy and Leslie Morgenstein of Alloy Entertainment, who were assigned in aiding the adaptation of the novels into the series.
The show has received numerous award nominations, winning 18 Teen Choice Awards. Following the success of Gossip Girl, Gilmore Girls co-producer, John Stephens was approached by Schwartz and Savage, having previously worked with him on The O. Joshua Safran, who started as a writer/consulting producer before becoming co-executive producer, was later added as an executive producer.
The CW officially renewed Gossip Girl for a sixth and final season on May 11, 2012. On April 24, 2012, it was announced that he would leave the show at the end of the fifth season to be the new showrunner of NBC's now-cancelled musical series Smash.
When the film project did not get off the ground, Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz took over the project to create a television series. "When Veronica Mars was canceled, the following season of pilots for The CW had been announced, and one was Gossip Girl.
For the sixth episode of the season, Columbia University was used to film the Yale campus, an episode that followed disappointment from Yale fans due to its erroneous portrayal of the admissions process and reliance on Ivy League university stereotypes.