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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Stars – Then and Now

Oh, Xander… What happened?!


    On a scale of 1 – 10, how much do you love vampires? Actually, don’t answer that, because we know it’s a stupid question! There’s no way we can numerically count our love for vampires because it’s off the scale. Yuh-huh, it’s off the chain and all that jazz, and our love for these dark creatures just seem to grow more and more. (We’re totally normal, we swear). Luckily, there are loads of TV shows and movies out there that will satisfy our thirst for vampires. We can choose whether we want to side with #TeamJacob or #TeamEdward within the Twilight saga. We can get our heads around vampire politics in Shadowhunter: The Mortal Instruments, and we can even decide which vampire we love the most in True Blood. However, if you’re an OG vampire fan, you’ll know that there will always be one show that overshadows the vampire genre. Duh, we’re talking about Buffy the Vampire Slayer! This series first came into our lives in 1997 (man, we feel old) and quickly built up an impressive fan following. People were tuning in every week to follow the life of Buffy as she tried to slay as many vampires as possible to keep her hometown of Sunnydale safe from harm. The coolest aspect of this show? Buffy the Vampire Slayer wasn’t all about vampires. Other creatures from the netherworld also got their chance to shine, and we were introduced to werewolves, demons, and even a few shapeshifters. I mean, what’s cooler than that? Although Joss Whedon’s concept kept us all entertained for six years, it was ultimately the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer that kept us coming back for more. But have you ever wondered what these guys are up to now? After all, it’s been nearly two decades since these characters graced our screens with their fangs and their hairy hands. Let’s hope the cast of Buffy the Vampire now don’t have either of those…

    David Boreanaz as Angel – Then

    Ooooh, Angel. This brooding vampire was one of the most popular vampires on the show, and even Buffy herself couldn’t stop herself from falling for his charms. But can you blame her? Angel caused an enormous amount of drama in Sunnydale – mainly because he had a lot of enemies who really, really wanted to send his girlfriend to the fishes. In the end, he just couldn’t deal with the fact that he was putting Buffy in danger, so he eventually left. *Sobs*

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