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The Cast Of The HBO Max "Gossip Girl" Reboot Has Finally Been Announced!

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While we don't know the exact date the HBO Max reboot of Gossip Girl will air, we do know a few things for sure: 1.) Kristen Bell is returning as the narrator (YAY!) and 2.) a few cast members have already been announced, and some of them look pretty familiar...

Here's the list of actors we know will be appearing in the reboot, and where you've probably seen them before:

Eli Brown

Singer-songwriter Eli Brown played Dylan Walker on Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists.

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Emily Alyn Lind

Emily Alyn Lind, 19, was the first one announced to play one of the leads. She was last seen on the TV series Code Black. Fun fact: She's the daughter of Barbara Alyn Woods, who played Deb on One Tree Hill!

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Johnathan Fernandez

Actor and comedian Johnathan Fernandez was last seen on the TV show Lethal Weapon

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Jason Gotay

Jason may have limited experience acting in film, but musical theater fans are likely to be more familiar with his work.

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Whitney Peak

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina fans probably know Whitney Peak from playing Judith on the hit Netflix show.

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The OG Gossip Girl series was based on the book series by Cecily von Ziegesar (who also grew up in Manhattan and went to an all-girl's school on the Upper East Side). Details about the reboot have been limited, but we do know it's set to take place eight years after Dan Humphrey's big revelation. 10 episodes are set to be released in 2020.

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Sources: Variety, Teen Vogue

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