Gossip Girl 6 Seasons 2011

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Season 5
(95) IMDb 7.4/10
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Nate reconnects unexpectedly with Diana (ELIZABETH HURLEY), who offers him an exciting opportunity. Blair's future sister-in-law, Beatrice (ROXANE MESQUIDA), arrives from Monaco.

Starring:
Blake Lively, Leighton Meester
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
October 3, 2011

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 5

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Because that's what makes a show good: the twists.
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After watching the premiere, I'm looking forward to this season!
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Alan Ramirez on November 10, 2011
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I have to be honest. When Gossip Girl was renewed for its fifth season I wasn't sure at the beginning. The first half of the fourth season was amazing and then it became bad at the ending (reason of why the show lost a lot of viewers).
But who doesn't love Gossip Girl? I mean, it's one of the most sassy TV series ever. Betrayal, secrets, and more... just at the GG style. The fifth season introduces us to a lot of new plots (and not recycled ones), like Charlie protecting her real identity, Serena working on the movie business, Dan finally getting his book published and Blair preparing her royal wedding. I just think this season made us see a different side of the characters, because they are more mature now, but that doesn't mean that they decisions take the wrong way, why? Because that's what makes a show good: the twists.
Most people say that the show is just getting worse by every episode, but I truly still enjoy it. If you stopped watching the show, watch the fifth season, maybe it could change your mind. There's another perspective, but a good one.
It's worth the pre-order, and I hope it has a lot of bonus features (the most fun part of this kind of box sets!)
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Iusedtobeacat on July 19, 2012
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Imagine if you were a CEO of a constructive estate company, and you just started this new and exciting project of constructing a fabulously posh building that will benefit you financially and professionally in more ways than one in the long run. Now, imagine that you invested all your money, time, effort, resources and hopes in this building. Imagine you spending hours, days, months, years to make this magnificent vision come true. Now, imagine after all your sacrifices an unexpected heavy storm or an earthquake destroys what you've spent years making in such a short period of time because the foundation that this huge estate is set upon wasn't as strong as you thought it was.

This is how this season relates to the past four in this series. A Wasted effort. Is it the production you ask? Or the directing? No! If anything the photography is one of the best things this series has to offer. The customs are gorgeous, the make-up/hair artists work hard to present our lovable characters as real as they appear on the show (Rich Upper east siders who's closing on their first year into the real world as financially independent adults fresh out of the school rooms and still behave as spoiled and rich brats who act sometimes with the level of maturity of a High school popular drama Queen). On the plus side the soundtrack is also amazing and the music is in good taste. So, why 2 stars? The Plot is at fault. Not just that but also the writing. I understand that GG is meant to be one of those mini soap operish shows that constantly introduce situation that would be almost impossible in real life. But the things that have been going on in this season out of all seasons especially the second half is ridiculously mind blowing even for a series that we shouldn't take seriously.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By veronicaellis on October 12, 2011
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I have been watching Gossip Girls avidly for years. I feel bonded with all the characters especially my Blair.
This season is already shaping up to be good...
As for Chuck and Blair ; my ex and I's favorite always consuming love affair you have to watch it...
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21 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jovana J on August 2, 2012
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As a longtime avid fan of what can only be described as a "guilty pleasure", Season 5 has left me disappointed and angry. What was once an interesting, dramatic story of over privileged teenagers tangled up in games, schemes, money, fashion and sex, is now an exhausting ride to "please end it already with some dignity". Season 5 was plagued from the beginning with bad writing filled with plot holes and mind numbing inconsistencies.

Blair Waldorf character has become a mere shadow of her former self: getting married and pregnant at 20 without career or school aspects, distancing herself from her best friend Serena (their tumulus friendship IS the heart of Gossip Girl) so she can live out a childish Disney princess fantasy that ended the same way it began, unremarkably. I can't even talk about the failed marriage or miscarried baby, and the complete LACK OF EMPATHY on both subjects without bursting in anger. The out of character romance with Dan Humphrey was the final nail in the Blair Waldorf Destruction coffin. What used to be an interesting frenemy dynamic between the two, has become the poison that affected this entire season. What was it about Dan and Blair's misguided romance that turned off the casual viewer off, sinking the ratings for the first time below million? Was it the fact she jumped in the sack with him (in a dirty outdoor alley) mere weeks after her wedding day to Louis on which she expressed an undying love for Chuck Bass? Or the fact she did NOT consider or care for her best friend feelings when it came to Dan? Hmm. Maybe it was the blatant stealing of famous Chuck and Blair lines and scenes to feed the Dan/Blair machine? How about making up fake, off-screen history to further justify the pairing?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ashel on September 23, 2012
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Clever, witty, romantic, pleasurable, funny, and beautiful. Love chuck and Blair!! I don't like Blake lively very much....but leighton me ester is gorgeous and an amazing actress. Ed westwick is also amazing!!
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