It's a pretty good assumption that if you've watched one of Joss's shows, you've watched at least one more. And if you know anything about Joss, you know you will see a lot of the same names in behind the scenes positions. So when you compare his TV works side by side, which is the ultimate Joss show?
For me, the answer is Angel. And instead of just launching into why, I'm going to give my reasoning for why the other shows aren't.
Dollhouse: I always felt like Dollhouse took a lot longer to find its legs than any other Joss show. It actually got to the point a couple of times that I was starting to lose interest. Now, when the show was on point, it was awesome to watch. But it struggled to maintain that through most of the first season, and ...Read more
It's the 10th anniversary of the very first airing of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and TV.com is joining the slayerbration! We suspect you'll be spending most of the day entombed in your living rooms watching every episode you've got on DVD, but please take a moment to revel in this momentous occasion with your friends at TV.com. Read stories of bloodlust from some of our most ardent Buffy devotees, stake out our photo gallery and video playlist, and don't forget to listen to our all-Buffy episode of The Scoop!
Okay, I'm really excited. Ten years ago (March 10, 1997, to be precise) the very first episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer aired on the fledgling Warner Brothers network. The series ran for seven seasons, and its spin-off Angel ran for five, and today we get to ...
Good news, Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans! Things are looking better for a possible Buffy movie! But here's the bad news: it probably will look nothing like what you are hoping for.