Roz Kaveney is one of the most incisive literary multi-hyphenates at work today. Whether she is writing about the cultural impact of TV shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Battlestar Galactica or writing critically-acclaimed novels...Show More Summary
Does Etsy now carry products that are mass produced? - Newser Could you imagine if Buffy the Vampire Slayer was British? - BuzzFeed Geeky 5 pro tips that will make you a better photographer - Kim Komando Study shows that many Americans...Show More Summary
Marvel and DC have their final panels, while women, "Heroes Reborn," the "Buffy" musical, and Gumby all get some spotlight.
The upcoming horror comedy Scream Queens has added a new member to its cast as the show gears up for its first full season. According to Deadline, Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Charisma Carpenter is set to play a big role in the new series. Show More Summary
One of the other wonderful filmmakers I got to chat with when I attended Etheria Film Night at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles is Amber Benson. You might know her as Tara from Buffy, or as the author of several novels, but she is also an accomplished director. Show More Summary
On the heels of star Emma Roberts' announcement that SCREAM QUEENS will be premiering on Fox September 22nd comes the news that Charisma Carpenter been cast in a guest starring role that has the potential to become a recurring one. Television...Show More Summary
Charisma Carpenter, whose years playing Cordelia Chase on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel have left her no stranger to the art of running, screaming, and quipping while clad in the height of fashion, has been announced as a cast member on Ryan Murphy’s upcoming comedy-horror anthology Scream Queens. Show More Summary
Charisma Carpenter, alumna of cult series classics Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Veronica Mars, has been cast in Ryan Murphy’s comedy-horror Fox anthology series Scream Queens. The show’s star, Emma Roberts, let it slip on Instagram today that the the comedy will premiere on the first Tuesday of the season, Sept. Show More Summary
Joss Whedon recently celebrated his 50th birthday! (Happy birthday, Joss!) Which means, of course that even if you "grew up with Buffy," that we're all freaking old. Pass me the Depends. ANYway, the point is, Whedon recently gave a birthday...Show More Summary
The former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" editor will seek out new projects for BOOM!
All this week, the Vulture TV Awards honor the best television from the past year. Here, longtime Buffy the Vampire Slayer producer and UnREAL co-creator Marti Noxon selects the best villain of the year. The nominees for Best Villain are: Eli Pope, ScandalTwisty the Clown, American Horror Story: Freak ShowBlack Jack,... More »
With Dark Horse Comics finally signing with comiXology, fans can get more of Buffy slaying, Frank Miller sinning and Hellboy pounding the bad guys -- online.
Fans of Buffy The Vampire Slayer will want to collect all of these Buffy Blind Box Titans and get them all. There are 16 different figures that will help you act out all your favorite scenes. They are blind boxed so you never know who you are going to get. Buffy Blind Box Titans Buffy […]
“Jordan Levin — who as a television programmer championed popular teen shows including ‘Dawson’s Creek’ and ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ and most recently was an executive vice president of Microsoft Corp.’s now-defunct Xbox Entertainment Studios — will become the NFL’s first...
The NFL has hired a longtime television executive to punch up its flagging network. Let’s just hope it’s more “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” than “Dawson’s Creek.” According to the Wall Street Journal, the league has hired industry veteran Jordan Levin as its first chief content officer. He’ll be responsible for developing content for the NFL…
Last weekend, fans orchestrated a #WeWantWidow flash mob in response to the glaring lack of Black Widow representation. Not surprising -- the scant merchandising surrounding the Avengers franchise, the denial of a solo movie, and her...Show More Summary
Ready for a trip back to the '90s? As if last weekend's ATX panels weren't enough to satisfy your nostalgia craving, ABC Family will soon add WB staples Dawson's Creek and Buffy the Vampire Slayer reruns to its library. Beginning Monday,...Show More Summary
The "Mirror's Edge" game series gets a comic book prequel, "Colder" returns, "Aaron Lopresti launches "Power Cubed" plus "BPRD," "Buffy" and more.
Discover whether the person Lily Aldrin was based on would only permit the character to exist if she was played by "Buffy" veteran Alyson Hannigan.
So excited for this — Dawson’s Creek and Buffy the Vampire Slayer are heading back to your television screens as reruns of both shows will be aired on ABC Family! A whole new generation will be able to discover the beloved shows beginning on Monday, June 22 when fan favorite episodes will air for one [...]