Fans of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer got a shot of the old magic last night when the cast reunited for a panel discussion at the William Paley TV Festival, the AP reports. But Joss Whedon dampened devotees' hopes of resurrecting the cult favorite. “So many stars would have to align," the show's creator said.
Buffy, which ran for seven seasons, overcame its roots as the spin-off of a mediocre movie to become one of the most influential shows in recent TV history. Star Sarah Michelle Gellar reminisced about auditioning for the title role 11 times: "All my friends felt sorry for me because I was on a midseason replacement on a network no one had heard of."