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Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is an American television series of 144 episodes of approximately 43 minutes of the genre urban fantasy created by Joss Whedon and broadcast from March 10, 1997 to May 22, 2001 on The WB network, then from 2 October 2001 to May 20, 2003 on the UPN network.

It tells the story of Buffy Summers (played by Sarah Michelle Gellar), a Vampire Slayer from a long line of Chosen Ones fighting against the forces of evil, including vampires and demons. Like the previous Slayers, she benefits from the lessons of her watch, responsible for guiding and training her, but, unlike the others, is surrounded by a circle of friends who fight alongside him.

The first broadcast of episodes of the series attracted an average of 4 to 6 million viewers in the United States, which was a success for the relatively young and modest broadcast network The WB. Receiving generally positive reviews, the series was notably classified in several lists drawn up by specialized magazines. She has been nominated several times for the Emmy Awards and the Golden Globes, winning a total of three Emmy Awards and her success has led to the creation of numerous derivative products, including comics, novels and video games. A large fan community has formed around the series, which has attracted the attention of academia and influenced other television series.

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