Grab your stakes and holy water – could a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” reunion be in the works? Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar, while talking about her upcoming ABC series, “The Crazy Ones,” also dished on a potential reunion of the hit Joss Whedon series.
Since “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” ended in 2003, recurrent rumors of a reboot have exploded on Internet fan bases, but nothing has come into fruition. Now, the former vampire slayer is speaking out on a possible reunion … but she doesn’t offer up a lot of hope.
“You’d probably have to ask [CBS President] Les Moonves about that question,” Gellar told E! Online. “I don’t think I could answer that one! It might be a little complicated!”
“Buffy The Vampire Slayer” followed a high school student named Buffy Summers who also happened to be a vampire slayer living on the Hellmouth. The show aired from 1997 to 2003, and spurred a spinoff series called “Angel.”
So where is the cast now?
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Sarah Michelle Gellar
Sarah Michelle Gellar starred in the title role. She married Freddie Prinze Jr. in 2002, and the pair has two children, Charlotte Grace Prinze and Rocky James Prinze. Gellar made her return to television in 2011 with the CW’s show “Ringer,” which lasted one season. This year, she joined “The Crazy Ones.” The CBS series is about a father-daughter duo (Robin Williams and Gellar) who run an advertising business together.
Nicholas Brendon played Xander Harris, a part of Buffy’s “Scooby Gang” who helped fight off the demons in Sunnydale. Brendon went on to star in “Kitchen Confidential,” “Private Practice” and “Criminal Minds.” In 2013 fans can look forward to seeing him in “Indigo,” "The Morningside Monster,” “Coherence” and “Big Gay Love.”
Tackling the role of witch Willow Rosenberg, Hannigan kept busy post-“Buffy” by starting a family with co-star Alexis Denisof. Married in October 2003, they have two daughters, Satyana and Keeva. Hannigan is also a star of the long-running CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother.” The show concluded its eighth season on Monday and will end after its ninth season.
Michelle Trachtenberg joined the “Buffy” cast in 2000 as Damn, Buffy’s younger sister. The actress has stayed in front of the camera, landing key roles in “Weeds” and “Gossip Girl.”
David Boreanaz starred in “Buffy” for the first three seasons before headlining the spinoff series, “Angel.” Currently he’s the star of the Fox series “Bones.”
Charisma Carpenter starred as popular girl Cordelia in “Buffy” before jumping ship to “Angel.” Following the end of the series, Carpenter went on to land roles in “Veronica Mars,” “Greek” and ABC Family’s new show, “The Lying Game.”
Sarah Michelle Gellar's new show, “The Crazy Ones,” will air on Thursdays at 9 p.m in the fall. Will you watch the new CBS show?