If revived, Buffy would follow in the footsteps of other acclaimed series such as The X Files, Will and Grace, Gilmore Girls, Heroes, and the upcoming Charmed remake.
"I think if you look in our library, "Buffy" is probably the most ripe show we have for bringing back", Gary Newman, head of the Fox Television Group, said at the Jerusalem INTV Conference on Tuesday, according to Variety.
"It's something we talk about frequently, and Joss Whedon is really one of the greatest creators we ever worked with", he said. "When Joss decides it's time, we'll do it", Newman explains. "I have always believed that the world is changed by your example, not by your opinion".
He made it clear that the decision for Buffy to return to the screen rests on one man's shoulders: namely, the creator, Joss Whedon.
The story of Buffy Summers continues to live on, however. Does Buffy need a revival/reboot? Buffy had no problem wearing heels or cute dresses to battle. It's not new, and numerous ways that Buffy Summers was written, that were progressive then, are not always progressive now. Same with Spuffy, which ... yeah, that was a mess regardless of whether you ship it or not.
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'I hope it feels like a good, proper goodbye, because they deserve it, ' says the actress. No, but most, if not all of them, try to use some elements of the Buffy model.
However, Newman noted that reboots are not a focus for them, and that they happen usually because they are approached by the creators themselves. The show's conclusion works just fine, and it's hard to imagine a new series that would do the premise justice.
The show may have ended in 2003, but since then, it has continued on in comic book form.
Let's not ever have a "Buffy" revival. This could be any truer for the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" series, especially with the original receiving critical acclaim and success. While the show is beloved, it also was very much of its time - a character-driven genre TV story featuring a female lead as a superhero at a time when this was more or less unheard of on TV. That's what fandom is for. "But, you know, AFTER", Whedon told E!
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