A decade ago this fall, just as social media was fracturing pop culture into a million pieces, a pair of sophomore show-runners, a start-up network, and a cast of barely of-age millennials aligned to capture one last old-fashioned teenage zeitgeist.
On the tenth anniversary of the CW’s flagship series, A decade ago this fall, just as social media was fracturing pop culture into a million pieces, a pair of sophomore show-runners, a start-up network, and a cast of barely of-age millennials aligned to capture one last old-fashioned teenage zeitgeist.
bad boy dropped so much Chuck and Blair goodness, you probably should have a defibrillator standing by.
Particularly when he starts talking about his feelings for Leighton, how long he'll stay on the series, and ripping his romantic rival apart.
But ’s creators and show-runners, Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, already had the beaches of Newport in their rearview mirror, with their sights on a next project.
They had been sent Cecily von Ziegesar’s popular ] and its kind of crazy four-year run that we wanted to take and apply to something moving forward, and we were really excited about doing something in New York,” Schwartz said over lunch in Los Angeles this past winter.
Waldorf is a brunette queen bee—controlling, poised, meticulous.
So, I've got a bit, but you know, we might do one more year, we might. I get to do a job which is brilliant and I am so so happy and so blessed and just take it as it comes.
Your life will go back to normal and you can start going to school. I’ll do this.’”When I asked Lively if that arrangement ended up working out (even though I already knew the answer), she responded, laughing: “This is advice to anyone: when they say, ‘We promise, but we can’t put it in writing,’ there’s a reason they can’t put it in writing.” She added, “But no, the show didn’t slow down.
We can’t put it in writing, but we promise you can go.’ So that’s why I said, ‘O. It just got —which is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its premiere this September—would be that show for anyone who was a teenager or twentysomething (or, in many cases, older than that! The show premiered before Instagram or Snapchat had launched, and before Facebook and Twitter had become the juggernaut forces they are today.
), and explaining what Twitter is all about, Ed agreed to try Twitter out for a week and see how it goes. Also, if you are not following me on Twitter (@kristindsantos), such a shame, because you missed this very important "Exclusive!
His one concern: "How do people even know you are there? And to grow up on the show and to go through that together, you know you're going to have a very strong bond.