Prepare yourselves, Scoobies, as the return of Buffy The Vampire Slayer to our TV screens is becoming a very real possibility. Speaking at the INTV Conference in Jerusalem on Tuesday, Newman added that "Buffy" is the "the most ripe show we have for bringing back". The best tribute to the original series is to take what it accomplished and work to do it even better, go places the original series couldn't and make the goal of future shows, not to try to take something that people love and most likely not do it justice. "But, you know, AFTER", Whedon told E! As Sarah Michelle Gellar told THR previous year, the character of Buffy was pretty unbelievable. Online in 2010) to reluctant acceptance. Fox says it's up to Whedon to bring "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" back. In a 2017 interview with Entertainment Weekly for the show's 20th anniversary, the creator said, "I've been trying deliberately to move forward and do something a little bit different".More news: Mohammed Shami, his family are threatening me, says wife Hasin Jahan
Many broadcast networks are in the business of reviving their fan-favorite TV shows from the 1990s and early 2000s, including FOX, which has revivals of The X-Files, 24, Prison Break, and the upcoming Greatest American Hero. If we did it with these guys, they'd be the age they basically are.
If a revival does happen, it does call into question what happens to the Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics, which continued the show's story after the season 7 finale. They'd probably play a little younger because they can do that. Will they be erased from existence? I hope the latter, because some of those stories are bonkers.More news: Mourinho accused of taking 'blood money' for working for Russian channel
Sure ... either way, while I get why the series is still big enough to be considered a worthwhile investment, I would argue that we don't need a reboot of Buffy-not now, anyway.
It was a groundbreaking series that earned a devoted following over its seven seasons - including myself.More news: YouTube Goes Dark on Mobile Devices
That's why Fox should leave Buffy as is. Since the series ended, she has maintained her stance that a reboot could tarnish the legacy left behind.