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As rumors swirled about the impending cancellation of Veronica Mars, it was revealed at The CW's 2007 Upfronts on May 17, 2007, that Kristen Bell had narrated the pilot, thus making her the title character of another show on the network.Primarily filming in New York, Gossip Girl has been declared by New York Magazine as the "Most Restauranty Show Since Sex and the City", citing the pilot episode filming locales such as the Japanese restaurant, Geisha, the Campbell Apartment where Nate and Serena were filmed having sex and the New York Palace Hotel bar Gilt.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.She said that it had been proposed to shoot in a Los Angeles studio that would recreate Central Park, but they eventually filmed the series in New York.
Episode "Easy J" was titled after Emma Stone's hit movie Easy A.
And I think they've probably incorporated that into how they mythologize New York.
I fought really hard to shoot the show in New York because we want New York to be a character in the show." Each episode begins with the home page of the Gossip Girl website and Serena's picture from the pilot episode.
Narrated by the omniscient blogger "Gossip Girl", voiced by Kristen Bell, the series revolves around the fictional lives of privileged upper-class caucasian adolescents living in Manhattan's Upper East Side.
The series begins with the return of Upper East Side teenage "it" girl Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) from a "mysterious absence".
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.