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How to Watch Gossip Girl Online

If you (like us) need more than The CW’s Monday night dose of Gossip Girl, then you’re in luck: There are other ways to get your fix of Upper East Side drama. Read on for a list of where you can catch up on (or, in our case, marathon) episodes of the show online.

This is a safe space, so we’re going to be honest: There’s nothing more fun than watching beautiful people doing not so beautiful things. If we could, we’d slap on a headband and marry Chuck Bass, but we can’t, because he doesn’t exist outside our computer and TV screens. We face that difficult reality on a daily basis, and it still stings.

Every season of Gossip Girl including each new episode of its current final season is available in the iTunes store. HD episodes are $2.99 a pop, and standard def episodes are a dollar less at $1.99 apiece. Each of the show’s full five seasons would put you back about $50, but trust us when we say that anything GG-related is a wise investment.

For a monthly membership fee of $7.99, you can stream all five seasons of Gossip Girl via Netflix’s on demand service. That deal is as sweet as Little J (Taylor Momsen) before she turned cray-cray.

Amazon Instant
Every episode of the show is also available via Amazon Instant, at $1.99 per episode.

You can watch every episode of Season 6 — except the most recent episode, which is available only to Hulu Plus subscribers (at $7.99/month) — on Hulu.

The CW website
Even better, you can watch every episode of the current (sixth) season on The CW’s website.

Other ways to watch online
Gossip Girl is also watchable via VUDU, and SideReel provides links to other sites where you can ogle our favorite obscenely wealthy New Yorkers.

Gossip Girl airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on The CW.

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11.20.2012 / 12:51 AM EDT by Laura Case
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