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The Netflix Description For 'Gossip Girl' Is Both Savage AF And Extremely Accurate πŸ˜‚

We can't tell if they hate it or love it.

The Netflix Description For 'Gossip Girl' Is Both Savage AF And Extremely Accurate πŸ˜‚
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How do you described a show like Gossip Girl? Well if you work for Netflix the answer seems to be get straight to point and be as brutal as possible.

From 2007-2012 Gossip Girl was the flagship show of The CW network and pop-culture phenomenon that launched the careers of its many stars.

For six seasons of drama, gossip, fashion and plot twists it was everyone's favorite guilty pleasure, but somehow Netflix managed to condense the entire series into a savagely short, and extremely accurate description.

When comedian Lane Moore pointed this out on Twitter fans couldn't help but agree.

On Monday, Moore posted an image of the streaming service's description for the show with the caption "Netflix: 'let's get someone who f***in hates Gossip Girl to write the description of Gossip Girl.'"

The show's description read "Rich, unreasonably attractive private school students do horrible, scandalous things to each other. Repeatedly."

Once the tweet went viral fans were laughing at the hilarious amount of shade thrown by Netflix, but they couldn't argue with the synopsis.

Fans couldn't tell whether or not the person who wrote the synopsis loved the show or hated it.

One thing was for sure though, they weren't wrong about it.

Even show writers Rachel Leishman and Ben Phillipe agreed, Netflix had pretty much nailed the essence of the series.

As it turned out, Gossip Girl was not the first time Netflix had gotten a little cheeky with their descriptions.

Netflix has since changed the description to something much more tame, in the case of Gossip Girl though the harsh truth might not have been such a bad thing after all.