Can you believe it's been 13 entire years since a new episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer graced our television sets?
Sure, we've survived these long, cold years without new Sunnydale adventures with the comics, countless Netflix marathons, and the memories, but it's been rough.
So let's take a few moments to look back at this beloved show, to look at the main cast members and see what they're up to now.
Come on. You know you want to.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Sarah Michelle Gellar of course played the title role of Buffy Summers, the best darn vampire slayer that ever was. Sure, she died a couple times, but she came back to save the world, again and again. These days, Sarah is still acting, most recently in the animated series Star Wars Rebels. She's also married to Freddie Prinze Jr.!
Alyson Hannigan played the role of Willow, a shy nerd turned powerful witch. Alyson went on to star in another delightful television series, How I Met Your Mother, and she's married to Alexis Denishof, who hilariously played a Watcher named Wesley Wyndam-Pryce in both Buffy and Angel.
Nicholas Brendon played Xander, and oh, he played him so very well. Unfortunately, Nicholas has struggled since the show ended. He's been arrested multiple times for charges stemming from his addiction issues.
Anthony Stewart Head
Anthony Stewart Head played Giles, and while he started off as Buffy's high school librarian and her Watcher, by the time the series was over he was definitely a father figure to her. Anthony's been acting steadily since the show ended, notably in the television series Merlin. And yeah, he's still oddly attracttive.
David Boreanaz played Angel, Buffy's one true love (sorry, Spike fans). He's been one of the more successful cast members, since he's starred in Bones for the past century (or since 2005, same thing).
Charisma Carpenter played Cordelia, the queen bee of Sunnydale High who eventually became one of the Scooby gang. She went on to play the same role in Angel, and she's been acting ever since. One of her best roles, honestly, was in a Lifetime movie called Deadly Sibling Rivalry (for real) in which she played a pair of twins (for real).