May 15, 2003 |
For the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" wrap party, Twentieth Century Fox Television executives threw a bash fit for the glitterati of dedicated demon fighters. Guests were summoned to the minimalist-chic Miauhaus by invites printed on parchment paper, wrapped around pillar candles and hand-sealed with wax. When guests arrived, their first few steps sent them through a graveyard that had been built on-site.
May 11, 2001 |
Rupert Giles, who has mentored the young demon fighters on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" for five years, might be staking his own claim to television in another spinoff to the popular series. Anthony Stewart Head, who has played Watcher to Buffy's Slayer since the program began airing on the WB in 1997, could become the star of an hourlong show for the U.K.
February 27, 2003 |
Stick a stake in it: "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is done. After seven years, the series will be over at the end of this season, said its star, Sarah Michelle Gellar. " 'Buffy,' in this incarnation, is over," Gellar told Entertainment Weekly magazine for its March 7 issue. The series will wrap up with a five-part story, which will include the return of slayer and bad girl Faith and Buffy's first love, Angel.
April 21, 2001 |
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer," a cult hit that helped define the fledgling WB network, is moving to UPN in a deal worth more than $100 million and one that is sure to increase friction between AOL Time Warner-owned WB and News Corp.'s 20th Century Fox Television, which produces the series. UPN has agreed to pay about $2.3 million an episode for the next two seasons, according to sources, exceeding the $1.8-million-an-episode offer WB made during negotiations with Fox.
August 11, 2004 |
The Federal Communications Commission has cleared "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Will & Grace" of indecency following complaints about episodes of the shows from two groups, the Parents Television Council and Americans for Decency. Since commissioners overruled their enforcement bureau this year in the controversial Bono decision, they have been taking on more of the rulings themselves, legal advisors said.
March 6, 2001 |
Say it isn't so. Did the producers of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" really kill off Buffy'smom? Maybe she just looks dead, but is actually hovering in another dimension. Hey, this is Sunnydale, where stranger things have happened. Take the newest addition to the show, Dawn, Buffy's "sister." Portrayed by Michelle Trachtenberg, she appeared out of nowhere this season alongside Buffy's Sarah Michelle Gellar.