The onslaught of TV reboots and revivals continues—well, in theory anyway. At a recent conference, Fox TV’s group chair revealed there have been discussions of a Buffy the Vampire Slayer revival in the future, but they know there’s one thing on this Earth more powerful than that kind of evil. And that’s Buffy fans.
Though Buffy the Vampire Slayer hasn’t been on television for almost 15 years, the Scooby Gang’s still been fighting the good fight in the comic book world. It’s been a hot second since Buffy creator Joss Whedon penned a vamp-centric comic himself, but he’s coming back for the upcoming Season 12: The Reckoning from…
Buffy Summers and the Scooby Gang haven’t been on television in quite some time now, although they live on in a rather intense comic book series from Dark Horse that pushes boundaries the show never would have. But Buffy’s getting another new story that reinvents the character for an all-new series aimed at middle…
Set your phasers to stunned. Early audition documents and footage have revealed that Peter Capaldi, Doctor Who himself, once tried out for the role of Commander (later Captain) Benjamin Sisko on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. And he’s not the only one.
Thousands of Star Trek fans have geeked out upon meeting Jean-Luc Picard in the flesh. But for Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, meeting Patrick Stewart actually blew his chances of acting alongside him.
Entertainment Weekly has reunited the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer for its next issue, and the choice to put everyone in black basically makes it look like a high school reunion at an exclusively goth school. Jeez, the principal looks so uncomfortable on that grave they’ve dug for him.
And there are hints of another major Star Wars character who could appear. More Inhumans set pictures give us another glimpse at a key hero. Plus, new clips from Guardians of the Galaxy and Transformers: The Last Knight, and another look at Peter Serafinowicz in his new costume for The Tick. Spoilers get!
Buffy the Vampire Slayer has staked its way to its 20th anniversary, and io9 has been celebrating by sharing some of our favorite moments from the series. Of course, those only scratch the surface of how incredible “The One Show in All the World” was. So tell us: What do you love about Buffy?
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is celebrating its 20-year anniversary tomorrow, and while the story (and the fashions) might technically be dated, the show is somehow more relevant than ever. Creator Joss Whedon tapped into a world where myths and monsters could be used to represent real problems, with a brilliant dash of…
Isaac Hempstead-Wright teases Bran’s journey ahead in Game of Thrones. Simon Kinberg continues to dance around his role in the next X-Men film. The CW is looking to start casting its Lost Boys show. Plus, familiar faces and foes return in new Flash images, and new footage from Iron Fist and The Handmaid’s Tale.…
In March, Buffy the Vampire Slayer turns 20 years old. And David Boreanaz wants nothing to do with either a reunion or a remake. So just leave him alone.
Some TV shows go on hiatus at Christmas. Others embrace the hell out of the season. Sitcoms are well-tailored for shenanigans involving gift exchanges gone awry; it gets a little trickier when it comes to scifi and fantasy shows. Still, some shows nail it. Here are our holiday-themed favorites.
It’s September, and that means that kids are heading back to school. They may not be happy about it, but it could be worse—they could be going to one of these schools, where danger, physical damage, and even death stalk the classrooms. Here are 10 schools where you have an equal chance of graduating as dying.
Every so often, a TV show likes to go outside its usual comfort zone and do something different... something weird. It abandons its usual format to try something else, suddenly becoming a musical, a comedy, a documentary, a Western, anything. If an episode manages to pull it off, it usually ends up becoming a…
Buffy the Vampire Slayer rocked our world, and it remains one of the all-time greatest TV shows. The story of a fated vampire-hunter who tries to live a normal life in high school, Buffy still has few worthy successors. And it has so much to teach us about good writing.
A lot of great things happened on The 100 last night. We got deeper into the show’s delicious lore. We learned more about ALLIE the AI from Eureka. Some great looking gals had some great looking candle-lit naked times.
All of our favorite characters are orphans. Or else, they had horrendously abusive childhoods. Basically, giving characters childhood trauma is an all-purpose motivation—why else would someone be a vigilante/wizard/etc. unless something had gone wrong in their lives? But here are 10 people who had normal families that…
Are you an urban fantasy protagonist or a horror protagonist? The answer may depend on just how you’d react if an eldritch, uncanny supernatural being burst out and decided to attack you.
The biggest challenge for the new Star Wars was to make us love Rey and Finn as much as Luke and Han. Mission accomplished! But most of the time, when a venerable franchise introduces new characters, it’s a horrendous failure. Here are 10 long-running series that actually made us care about new characters.
No kidding. Here at San Diego Comic Con, the creator of Buffy, Firefly, Dr. Horrible and Dollhouse, and the director of two Avengers movies, just told us the nature and purpose of existence. He also revealed one of his next projects: a “Victorian female Batman” called Twist.