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Sarah Michelle Gellar & “Buffy” Cast Thank Fans on Show’s 25th Anniversary

Yes, you read that correctly. It’s been 25 whole years since Buffy the Vampire Slayer hit our TV screens and generated a cult following that still exists today.

The show’s star, Sarah Michelle Gellar, says it was an “honour” to play Buffy all those years ago and in a post on Insta, thanks her fans for their relentless support:

“25 years ago today, I had the honour to introduce the world to my version of Buffy Ann Summers. It was an uphill battle,” she explains.

 

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“A mid-season replacement, on a new network based on a movie, that was by no means a giant success. But then there was you,” the actress writes, referring to her fellow Buffy-lovers.

“The fans. You believed in us. You made this happen. You are the reason 25 years later we are still celebrating. So today, we celebrate you as well.”

David Boreanz who played Angel on the show, shared a throwback of his character and also thanked the fans:

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“An Angel was born 25 years ago even though he was 245 years old. We celebrate 25 years and to all the fans we say ‘Thank You!'”

Charisma Carpenter aka Cordelia Chase, shared her gratitude for all those who’ve “kept the show alive onscreen, in chat rooms, across social media platforms, through podcasts and school curriculums… it’s truly remarkable.”

She adds: “Buffy was a huge part of my life as it was to all the cast and crew. To see the love of the show endure and get passed down through generations is truly meaningful. It is humbling to know that I was a part of something special that appears to live-on in others today. Hopefully forever!”

The hit drama series ran for seven season from 1997 to 2003.

(Feature Image Credit: DFree/Shutterstock)

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