Note: If you have not seen the series but think you might, we highly recommend that you NOT watch the Buffy trailers and descriptions for Season 2 and beyond. You will be spoiled on very important events!
Buffy Summers is a sophomore in high school in Los Angeles when she learns that she is the latest in a long line of slayers — one girl in every generation who is chosen to fight vampires, demons, and the forces of darkness.
After being kicked out of her school, Buffy and her mother move to Sunnydale, California, where she meets her new watcher, makes new friends, and fights a very old vampire.
Buffy and Angel’s relationship grows deeper and deeper as two new, British vampires move to Sunnydale as a friend’s betrayal leads to life-changing consequences and a threat that may destroy the world.
In their senior year of high school, Buffy and friends fight a new evil — a political one — while a new slayer mysteriously arrives in town and changes everything forever.
In their freshman year of college, Buffy and friends deal with the different paths that people take after high school, the conflicts that the actions create, and fight an evil entity secretly created by the government.
As Buffy starts to learn more about who she is, her mysterious little sister turns out to be a lot more than anyone thought — and she plays a crucial role in an evil goddess’ plans to open another hell dimension. Meanwhile, Buffy must deal with family changes.
The Scoobies, for various reasons, experience twentysomething angst and the darkness that comes with it after the Slayer returns to Sunnydale and the most unlikely person of all wants to destroy the world.
The last season takes us “back to the beginning,” with a new Sunnydale High School, a new principal who might be evil, and the Ultimate Evil looking to settle scores once and for all.