Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia) will have a character arc on the ABC show “The Lying Game.”
A one-hour podcast with Joss Whedon, the creator of “Buffy” on a wide range of topics.
Alyson Hannigan (Willow) and Alexis Denisof (Wesley) are expecting their second child.
Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia) gets some questions on “Buffy” and “Angel” during a conference call.
Jan Espenson (a writer for “Buffy,” “Angel,” and other shows) discusses the nature of the job in an article for the Huffington Post.
Belief.net reports on a call for papers on the topic of theology in Joss Whedon’s universes.
Why was Willow a readhead? Alyson Hannigan tells us the answer.
A newbie watches “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” for the first time, and he plans to watch every episode starting from the beginning.
A first look — with spoilers! — at Amber Benson (Tara) on an upcoming episode of “Ringer” (which stars Sarah Michelle Gellar).
A convention report from Halloweedon 3 (with Anthony Stewart Head (Giles), Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia), Amber Benson (Tara), and Adam Busch (Warren)).
The forthcoming Facebook Phone is code-named “Buffy” — perhaps as the iPhone slayer?
The AV Club’s Noel Murray has finally finished his viewing of the entire “Buffy” series and offers his thoughts on the last two Season 7 episodes, “End of Days” and “Chosen.”
Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy) and Alyson Hannigan (Willow) will portray two high-school girls who are vying for the affection of Steve Smith on the November 20 episode of the animated comedy “American Dad.”
Jennifer Ouellette compares Spike to Han Solo in an essay on the acoustics of gunfire in pop culture in “Scientific American.”
The Kansas City Star mentions “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” in a feature on the presence of horror in television programming.
“Buffy” creator Joss Whedon reveals details about his canceled “Wonder Woman” script.
A recent episode of “Psych” contained references to and alumni of “Buffy” including Kristy Swanson, Tom Lenk, “The Lost Boys,” “True Blood,” and more.
“There’s My Boy” — a new essay on the relationship between Angel, Darla, and Connor.
A new book “Power and Control in the Television Worlds of Joss Whedon” by Sherry Ginn is available for pre-order at Amazon.
“Buffy” creator Joss Whedon has secretly filmed a new version of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” starring Alexis Denisof (Wesley on “Buffy” and “Angel”) and Amy Acker (Fred on “Angel”) along with Nathan Fillion (Caleb on “Buffy” and Mal on “Firelfly”) and Tom Lenk (Andrew on “Buffy”). See the exclusive interview at “Entertainment Weekly,” the press release, and the film’s website.
“Buffy” and “Angel” have been re-released as box sets in the United Kingdom with new designs that, shall we say, may have been influenced by the likes of “Twilight.” Judge for yourself.
Moviereviews.co.uk surveys all of the good that “Buffy” creator Joss Whedon has done in the film industry and not just the television one.
“Buffy” producer Marti Noxon will be an executive producer on “The Executioner,” a new TV series about the Executioner of Paris in the late 1800s.
Julie Benz (Darla) writes about her surprise engagement to Rich Orosco in the Huffington Post.
Karuna Tanahashi (a.k.a. Joss Junkie) has written a new song on YouTube that is a tribute to vengeance-demon Anya.
Seth Green (Oz) writes a letter to his sixteen-year-old self in the Wall Street Journal.
“Angel and Faith” Numbers 3, 4, and 5 are available for pre-order.
James Marsters (Spike) is holding a Christmas gig in London on December 3. He The event will have audiobook readings, a question-and-answer session, autographs, photographs and a concert in the evening.
Julie Benz (Darla) will guest-star on a future episode of “Bones,” which co-stars David Boreanaz (Angel). James Marsters (Spike) and Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia) will also guest-star on “Supernatural.” (source)
“Buffy” Season 9, Number 2 has been released and is available at Things from Another World.
Amber Benson (Tara) will guest star — but not as a lesbian witch, we presume — on Sarah Michelle Gellar’s (Buffy) new series “Ringer” (source)
New book release: “The Buffyverse Catalog: A Complete Guide to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel in Print, Film, Television, Comics, Games and Other Media, 1992-2010“ is now out in print.
Kristin Rawls writes in “Bitch” media that the “Buffy” finale of Season 6 is extremely Christian in its theme and musical accompaniment.
You have until October 8 to bid on a lunch or dinner with Juliet Landau (Druscilla), Armin Shimerman (Principal Snyder) and Harry Groener (the Mayor) here. Proceeds go to a good cause!
Alyson Hannigan (Willow) reveals ten things you didn’t know about her in a Marie Claire video.
Adam Busch (Warren) will co-star in a new TBS comedy pilot entitled “Men at Work.” (source)
Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy) talks to Health magazine about her secrets for a healthy life.
“Buffy” alumna Marti Noxon has joined the writing team of “Glee” — which makes sense, given her history with writing quality high-school dialogue. (source)
Anthony Stewart Head (Giles) discusses “Buffy,” his love of animals, and his new show “Free Agents” with “Buddy TV.” (source)
Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy) and husband have taught her two-year old daughter to eat healthy food. She’ll need to be fit to battle vampires in, say, fourteen years! (source)
Georges Jeanty, artist of the post-Season 7 “Buffy” comic books, discusses Season and the beginning of Season 9 with “Geek in the City.” (podcast — segment starts at around the thirty-second minute)
Felicia Day (one of the “potential slayers” in Season 7) will be at the New York Comic Con, which will be held from October 13 to 16. More information is at the event’s website.
“Buffy” Alum Tom Lenk to Co-Star in LGBT Film “Gone”
“Gone” is about a struggle for identity, one that tracks both a straight woman and a queer man through a difficult time as each learns to confront their grief following the passing of a mutual friend. The indie film’s website is here, and it needs to raise (as of now) almost $9,000 in a month. Go to the site to help them!
James Marsters (Spike) will appear at the Mid-Ohio Comic Con on October 22 and 23. Marsters will hold a Q&A session from 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. on October 23 on acting, music, and his future projects. The session will be followed by a screening of “Lessons,” the first episode of the seventh (final) season of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” (press release)
“Joss Whedon: The Complete Companion: The TV Series, the Movies, the Comic Books and More: The Essential Guide to the Whedonverse” by PopMatters and Mary Alice Money is available for pre-order and will be released on May 1, 2012.
“Mad Men” actress Jennifer Jones has named her newborn son “Xander.” No word if the inspiration came from our favorite TV show. (article)
“Buffy and the Heroine’s Journey: Vampire Slayer As Feminine Chosen One” by Valerie Estelle Frankel is available for pre-order and will be released on June 30, 2012.