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Sarah Dobbs Mar 10, 2017
20 years ago, there was a Chosen One. She stood against the vampires, the demons, and the TV execs… and she saved the world, a lot.
It’s been twenty years since the first episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer hit our screens. Well, it has if you’re in the Us, anyway – here in the UK, we wouldn’t get to see Sarah Michelle Gellar kicking undead arse until January 1998. But even so: twenty years. Not to do that horrible 'wanna feel old?' thing, but if Buffy were a real person, she’d have celebrated her 36th birthday earlier this year.
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It’s kind of incredible. And with two decades’ worth of hindsight, »
A reunion of Alias‘ writers room and a Parks & Recreation community screening have been added to the slate of the Atx Television Festival, the growing all-things-tv event which is holding its sixth edition June 8-11 in Austin. The fest has already announced reunions for a pair of iconic series, the comedy Designing Women and drama Northern Exposure. Last year, similar panels for the likes of The West Wing and Queer As Folk along with panel discussions with major players… »
2 items from 2017
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