POLL: Who is Gossip Girl?

Image Credit: The CW Network

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This Monday the question that has been on the mind of every Gossip Girl fan since day one, “Who is Gossip Girl?”, will be answered in the series finale! Could little J have been behind it all along? Would Blair really have posted her diary for the world to read? Has it been another one of Chuck’s schemes? or will Kristen Bell, the voice of Gossip Girl, turn out to be the queen of all things secret and scandalous  We cannot wait to find out who has been dishing the dirt on the Upper Eastsiders for the past six seasons, but till then we want to know who you think will be revealed as the titular “Gossip Girl” at the series end. Vote for your best guess below!

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Is TNT’s ‘Leverage’ saying goodbye? Producer warns fans of the worst.

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Aldis Hodge and Beth Riesgraf (Image Credit: Erik Heinila/TNT)

This Christmas, Santa could be bringing fans of the TNT series Leverage news equivalent to that of dreaded coal.

Dean Devlin, executive producer and director of the veteran show, penned a letter to fans warning that the series still remains in a state of limbo in regards to a possible sixth season. Further adding to renewal concerns was Devlin’s acknowledgement that the season 5 finale, set to air Dec. 25, was written as the series finale he and John Rogers always planned to make. Talk about a “great” Christmas present.

In the letter, Devlin writes:

This is not to say we would not do a season six should we get the opportunity. Everyone involved with the show, from the cast, the crew, the writers and producers, would like nothing more than to continue telling these stories.  But, in case we do not get that opportunity we felt that, creatively, after 77 episodes, we owed it to you, our fans, to end the show properly.

Leverage, starring Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton, made its first appearance on TNT in 2008 and is currently the longest-running original series on the network. But according to the Chicago Tribune, the series is down 11 percent in total viewers from last season with an 18 percent decline in the coveted 18-49 demographic.

Contrary to these numbers, Leverage fans have managed to “steal” the series a nomination for a Favorite Cable TV Drama at this year’s People’s Choice Awards. Here’s to hoping that if the drama series doesn’t get its Season 6, it at least takes home this prize.

What are your reactions, Leverage fans? Did Devlin make the right call to order the Season 5 finale to be the always-planned series finale?

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