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While small screen remakes of big screen features are nothing new, itís rarer for a filmís storyline to continue living on in a serialized TV show. But it's happening with the 1999 drama Cruel Intentions, and the search is on for the show's cast. Will anyone be returning?
In its 7 seasons, Buffy managed to lay the groundwork for a rather intricate continuity. One would think that a feature-length film or TV movie focusing on an adult Buffy who, like Gellar herself, is looking at the twilight of her days as a Slayer may be the proper punctuation on which to end the live-action mythos...
Alright, so, apparently good ratings and being one of the first series to get a full-season order this year is no indication as to whether or not CBS will keep a show around. Because their comedy, The Crazy Ones is looking very likely to be cancelled. And we, as TV viewers, are less than thrilled by that. In fact, we think it's a bad decision and we're here to tell you why, CBS.
Things didn't work out so well for Sarah Michelle Gellar's last small screen endeavor, but perhaps a switch to comedy will yield a bit more success. And it certainly doesn't hurt that the pilot in which she's set to co-star also happens to star Robin Williams. In fact, the two will be playing father and daughter in the CBS comedy.
Things may not have worked out for The CW's Ringer, but Sarah Michelle Gellar fans are likely hoping that wasn't it for the Buffy star's TV comeback. On that front, there's good news - or good rumors - as Gellar reportedly has her eye on a comedy project that's in development, which would have her playing a wife and mother.
The CW has the cast of Ringer backed into a corner in these promotional photos for the series. Itís not entirely an unfortunate situation as everyoneís dressed really well, and Sarah Michelle Gellarís hair has never looked better.
Buffy star Sarah Michelle Gellar returns to television this fall in a brand new, mysterious looking new series called Ringer. While it doesnít involve vampires, the show looks every bit as creepy and strange as Buffy used to be, maybe with more of a soap opera style twist. The promo video, which debuted earlier today at the San Diego Comic Con, gives us our first in-depth look
Most people wouldn't say that Sarah Michelle Gellar was the absolute best thing about Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but still, fans of that show have good reason to be excited today