Gossip Girl AcapulcoThe new Gossip Girl cast.
Gossip Girl AcapulcoGossip Girl Acapulco attempts to emulate its U.S. counterpart.
Gossip Girl AcapulcoThe men of Gossip Girl Acapulco.
Gossip Girl AcapulcoThe women of Gossip Girl Acapulco.
Jenny ParraJenny Humphrey is now Jenny Parra.
Daniel ParraDan Humphrey is now Dan Parra.
Barbara FuenmayorBlair Waldorf is now Barbara Fuenmayor.
Sofia Lopez-HardoSerena Van Der Woodsen is now Sofia Sisniega.
Nico De La VegaNate Archibald is now Nico De La Vega.
Max ZegaChuck Bass is now Max Zega.
Gossip Girl may have sent out her final blast in the U.S. in December, but a new version of the show is scheduled to debut in Mexico sometime in 2013.
"Gossip Girl Acapulco," a Spanish-language version of the show, will reportedly mirror the Manhattan-based show, only with sandy beaches as its setting as opposed to the Upper East Side. The U.S. version of the show ended its six-season run on CW late last year.
“The drama has become tropical without losing its essence,” Mexican new source Notimex said in a statement Thursday.
Produced by Warner Brothers International, the new series is set to start filming next week, according to CNN; however, the show already had tones of buzz behind it, and an increasing number of fans.
The new characters notably have different names that those of the original cast; however, all look eerily similar to their corresponding members of the U.S. cast.
Lonely Boy, Dan Humphrey is now Dan Parra. Social climber, Jenny Humphrey is now Jenny Parra. The Queen B, Blair Waldorf is now Barbara Fuenmayor. Blonde bombshell, Serena Van Der Woodsen is now Sofia Sisniega. Perfect pedigreed, Nate Archibald is now Nico De La Vega. Playboy, Chuck Bass is now Max Zega.
Mexican Gossip Girl fans seem especially excited about the revamp, as the show’s Facebook page already has almost 2,000 likes, and its Twitter page has over 8,300 followers.