On March 10, one of TV’s most memorable shows, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, celebrates its 20th anniversary since it first hit the small screen in 1997.
While many may be hoping for a brief cast reunion to celebrate the monumental moment, David Boreanaz has put the kibosh on that.
In an interview with Parade, Boreanaz doesn’t mince words about any sort of reboot or reunion of the show: “No, never; that’s done, see ya, next,” he says.
The “Bones” actor got his start on the series, which eventually led to a spin-off for his character Angel.
Why is the actor so reluctant to revisit the show? He says he’s just not a big reunion guy.
“I have no problem with the cult audience, and I would totally get back into the genre, but I’m not a big reunion guy,” Boreanaz said. “I tend to like to go forward. I don’t like to go backwards – except when I’ve got ice skates on my feet and I’m playing hockey,” he jokes.
“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” had seven seasons and debuted on March 10, 1997. Sarah Michelle Gellar, of course, starred as the title character of the iconic show.
Well, we guess this is good news for those who cared for Spike more than Angel.