Gossip girls is an American teen drama show based on a book named “Gossip girls” by Cecily von Ziegesar. The show begins when the IT girl of the upper east side new York come back to town after staying in a boarding school for unknown reason. Each episode begins with the home page of the Gossip Girl website with the IT girl Serena's picture from the pilot episode. The narrator of this series is gossip girl which makes the movie different that others and more interesting. Gossip girl begins every episode of this show with the sentence "Gossip Girl is here, your one and only source into the scandalous...
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...to relate to the movies because the character in the movies are way much mature, wealthy and wear expensive stuff. In reality teenagers are not that mature and unless born from a really wealthy parent, it is hard to find high school kids following fashion like gossip Girl’s characters.
Gossip Girl is the best show ever because it can be entertaining and educational all at once. The story out line and the characters are really interesting to watch and it also revolves around things that happen in teenagers live everyday like love, sex, rumor, drug, parting, drinking, dancing and cheating. How most of the characters handle things maturely and try to fix things gives ideas to the young age society about what is more to come and in what ways they should deal with it. This is a show that I personally think is the best show in the movie industry, it is a must watch show.
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