Sarah Michelle Gellar starred as Buffy in the original series, and the story of the Slayer still speaks volumes today. During its seven-season run, the drama-comedy-supernatural mishmash created by Joss Whedon represented a lot of storytelling highs, while behind the scenes, it launched the careers of a number of great writers, including "UnREAL" co-creator Marti Noxon, "Once Upon a Time" executive producer Jane Espenson, "The Martian" screenwriter Drew Goddard, and many others. It celebrated its 20th anniversary previous year, after originally running for seven seasons, five on the WB and two on UPN.
"Reboots aren't actually a focus for us". "When Joss decides it's time, we'll do it".
So, what are the chances of Whedon returning to the Buffyverse? But when we first brought it back it was Chris and David and Gillian. But it sounds like Fox is ready to go as soon as Whedon gives the nod. "But, you know, AFTER", Whedon told E! You have to meet expectations and adjust it for the climate, which is not easy. I'm more anxious about me being creaky as a storyteller. You don't want that feeling that you should have left before the encore. With the recent revival trend, it shouldn't come as surprise the network commented on the beloved show.
According to a March 13 report by Deadline, Newman opened up about the possibility of bringing Buffy The Vampire Slayer back to television. Since the series wrapped with the highly-praised "Chosen", the world of Buffy has lived on in comics, with Whedon now returning for Season 12. Seeing her back on the small screen would not only be timely, but contribute to the current television landscape that needs to show more girls as action heroes. When EW reunited the cast to celebrate the show's 20th anniversary in 2017, he seemed to think a revival could work. "She taught me it wasn't about being flawless; it was about trying the hardest to be the best you you can be". I also loved how hard Buffy worked, as she had no typical powers most superheroes have. "Buffy reminded us that being different was not only OK but really cool - and at a time when most kids are trying to desperately fit in".
Buffy the Vampire Slayer knows a thing or two about letting things stay six feet under.