Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an American fantasy dramedy television series that follows Buffy Summer, a vampire slayer, and her friends as they fight evil while attending high school and eventually college. It ran from 1997 to 2001 on the now defunct station the WB before moving to UPN for its final two seasons.


Buffy Summers, the world's only living vampire slayer, transfers to Sunnydale High in the middle of her sophomore year after accidentally burning down her old school gym fighting vampires. There she meets up with her watcher, Giles, and her two best friends Xander and Willow. The four band together to fight supernatural creatures and evil forces through high school graduation and continue once they enter college.


Buffy the Vampire Slayer was created by Joss Whedon as a story of a "chosen one," a girl who would be responsible for fighting the world's supernatural evil. The show premiered on the WB on March 10th, 1997, and ran there for five seasons. It premiered on its new station, UPN, on October 2nd, 2001, where it ran for two seasons. The series concluded at the end of its seventh season on May 20th, 2003. After its third season one of its main characters, Angel, got his on self-named spin off, which ran for five season concluding on May 19, 2004. After the conclusion of the TV series Dark Horse comics continued the story in the form of comics. Season eight published its first issue on March 14th, 2007.[10]


Buffy the Vampire Slayer earned a 8.2 on IMBD[1] and a 80 on Metacritic.[2] It was nominated for one Golden Globe in 2001 for Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series – Drama (Sarah Michelle Gellar). It was also nominated for 14 Primetime Emmys ,winning two in 1998.

Online Presence

As of February 2014 Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Facebook page has over 1.6 million likes.[3]


There are numerous fan-run Tumblr blogs dedicated to the Buffy fandom, including buffyconfessions[7], fuckyeahbuffythevampireslayer[8], and btvs-reaction-gifs.[9] As of February 2014, there are over 32,000Buffy fanfictions on Fanfic.net and more than 18,000 fan art submissions on DeviantArt.[6]


Buffy Kills Edward

On June 19th, 2009 YouTuber rebelliouspixels[4] uploaded a video titled "Buffy vs Edward: Twilight Remixed -- [original version]." The video takes clips from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the vampire fantasy film Twilight and cuts them together so it seems like Buffy slays the main vampire in Twilight, Edward. As of February 2014 the video has over 3.5 million views.

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why do the randomest sub-cultures keep getting to the front page? First Arctic monkeys, then full house, now Buffy?

Its not like the Buffy fandom grew substantially lately or came back from the dead. The show has been continued as a comic for years now.

Speaking of Subcultures how is Avatar still unconfirmed?


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