Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the series of Josh Whedon aired from 1997 to 2003, has become a real cult. The story of the brave Buffy Summers, the hunter of vampires, demons and other forces of evil, captivated an entire generation of viewers until the unforgettable series finale. The character who launched the career of Sarah Michelle Gellar, has given us several quotes that have become iconic over the years. The actress will soon star in an interesting new project for Paramount+, Wolf Packcreated by the creator of Teen Wolf. Meanwhile, the actress does not forget her origins and although she does not have excellent memories of the years spent on the toxic set of Buffy, always enjoy watching the show. Just recently rewatched the show with his kids, but they didn’t watch the whole show.
Sarah Michelle Gellar has forbidden her children to watch a season of Buffy.
There’s a reason why Sarah Michelle Gellar preferred not to show her children the latest season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. If you remember correctly, the last few episodes dealt with much tougher and darker themes than those faced in the other seasons. Buffy the Vampire Slayer 6 revolved around topics such as sex, depression and addictions: topics that are not at all suitable for too young an audience. But the words that Sarah Michelle Gellar he pronounced during the interview given to The Hollywood Reporter they seem to imply that she, too, does not feel very comfortable rewatching those episodes. Here’s what she said:
“We watched seasons one through five. We skipped a lot of things from the last two. I have several problems with the sixth (season). It wasn’t appropriate for them at the time, and I just don’t want to see her again.”.
The actress recently also said about don’t be interested in playing the Vampire Slayer again in any reboot or revival. He would give his blessing though, if the franchise of Buffy should continue even without her. She would be happy if this character could continue to inspire so many young girls. She said to SFX Magazine:
“I’m in favor of continuing the story because there’s the issue of female empowerment. I love the way the show left viewers, ‘Every girl has the power to be able to have the power.’ It laid the groundwork perfectly for someone different to come onto the scene with that power. But, as I said, Buffy’s metaphors were related to the horrors of adolescence. I think I look young, but I’m not a teenager.”
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