Freddie Prinze, Jr. and Sarah Michelle Geller married in 2002 and are still married. Their children are Charlotte Grace Prinze and Rocky James Prinze.
The show spawned a generation of leather-clad, crime-fighting virtuosos who delivered comebacks between roundhouse kicks. Yet, Buffy was never merely a Strong Female Character. She was too complex, too flawed, too human for that. There have been many well-crafted lead female characters in genre fiction to debut in the 20 years since the show’s premiere, but none as expertly acted, beautifully layered, and memorable as Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Sunnydale had an embarrassment of riches – and there’s been no television as funny, moving or world-saving since. Buffy remains in a league of her own.
Twenty years after we started, I see that our series gave flesh (and horns) to the demons we all face in life: teenage Buffy’s storylines transcended age or gender.
To celebrate 20 years since Buffy first aired on television, readers tells us what the show means to them.
Into every generation, a show is born that changes the course of TV. In the 1990s, that show was Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
As the TV version of Buffy The Vampire Slayer celebrates its 20th Anniversary, some may view its endurability with a bit of shock, but for Joss Whedon the entire “movement” has been part of a master plan. Merchandising, spin-offs, cult and mainstream appeal, critical acclaim — all of it was by design.
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