It's only taken a few decades, but Buffy the Vampire Slayer is finally getting its due. The iconic show is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and everyone's coming out of the woodworks to sing its praises. Entertainment Weekly reunited the Scooby Gang for a photo shoot and interview on the show's legacy.
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"I'm so incredibly proud of what we all created," Buffy herself, Sarah Michelle Gellar, told EW. "Sometimes you need distance to really understand the gravitas of that. I appreciate everything about that job. As an actor, all you ever want to do is leave your mark--you want to do something that affects people."
Gellar and her Angel, David Boreanaz, grace the cover of the newest issue of EW, out on Friday.
With all the reboots and revivals taking place in TV land, is it a stretch to bring back the Buffster, this time tackling the evils of adulthood and impending middle age? If anyone could pull it off, it would be creator Joss Whedon, but some things are better left the way they are: basically perfect.
Check out the gang below, still slaying after all these years.