OMG, Gossip Girl Is Leaving Netflix in December

The day we never thought would come is now quickly approaching: All six seasons of Gossip Girl will leave Netflix on December 31. The series will then head over to HBO Max, but its arrival date is still unknown. All we know for sure is that we better finish up our binges before it’s too late.

While GG hangs in streaming limbo, there are non-subscription viewing options fans can opt for in the meantime, such as buying or renting seasons from platforms like Amazon and YouTube. Below, we’ve rounded up where you can watch your favorite Upper East Siders after they bid farewell to Netflix.

Watch Gossip Girl on Netflix (Before It’s Too Late)

HBO Max

We’re still waiting on a date announcement, but HBO Max makes sense as Gossip Girl‘s next home, especially considering the show’s upcoming “reboot” will debut on the streaming platform next year.

The hit 2000s series originally aired on The CW, which shares the same parent company as HBO, WarnerMedia. When HBO Max went live in May 2020, WarnerMedia announced that Gossip Girl would be moved to the platform “within the first year of launch.”

Subscriptions to HBO Max are $15 per month, following a seven-day free trial.

Subscribe to HBO Max

Amazon

Individual seasons are available for purchase (ranging from $15 to $30 each), and individual episodes are selling for around $3 each.

Buy Gossip Girl on Amazon

YouTube

Individual seasons range from $15 to $30, while individual episodes start at $2 for SD and $3 each for HD quality. You can also buy the complete series for $90.

Buy Gossip Girl on YouTube

iTunes

Apple users can purchase Gossip Girl for their devices at the iTunes store. Each season ranges from $15 to $30, while episodes are available for $3 each in HD.

Buy Gossip Girl on iTunes

Google Play

Individual seasons range from $15 to $30 each, while episodes cost $2 in SD and $3 in HD. Buy the complete series for $90.

Buy Gossip Girl on Google Play

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