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Here's How Buffy and the Scooby Gang Drink Their Coffee

CBR 10/22/2022 Hayley McCullough
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To celebrate the spooky season and the classic 1990s supernatural drama series, the official Twitter for Buffy the Vampire Slayer has revealed how the Scooby Gang takes their coffee.

According to the hilarious Halloween-themed series of images, Buffy drinks coffee with no cream or sugar and Cordelia requests a "cinnamon chocolate half-caf nonfat coffee with extra foam." Xander and Willow apparently don't drink coffee at all, as his order is a "hot cocoa with whip cream" and hers is a "hot green tea with honey." Along with giving fans of the iconic show some more insight into the main characters, the post also reminds everyone that "all episodes of Buffy are now screaming on Hulu."

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Created by Joss Whedon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered in March 1997, with its final episode airing in May 2003. The story follows the titular teenage monster killer as she attempts to balance being a regular high school student and decimating the forces of darkness that prey on the innocent. While viewers get to see Buffy save the world and stake a lot of vampires in the heart, they never actually see her drink coffee on screen.

The series quickly gained a large and passionate fan following, and Buffy was generally well-received by critics. Sarah Michelle Gellar, who brought the beloved Slayer to life, was nominated in the Best Actress - Television Series Drama category at the Golden Globes in 2000, and the show as a whole was nominated in the Drama Series of the Year category at the American Film Institute Awards in 2001.

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While the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series ended almost twenty years ago, the multimedia franchise the show kicked off continues to this day, predominantly in the form of comic books. Boom! Studios' The Vampire Slayer series offers readers a whole new take on the world of Buffy and remixes the titular hero's journey. The latest issue by Sarah Gailey, Sonia Liao, Valentina Pinto and Ed Dukeshire seems to be setting up the introduction of one of the live-action show's most terrifying villains.

However, it was recently revealed the long-gestating Buffy television reboot has been indefinitely put on hold. The project was announced back in 2018 and would have seen Whedon return to the franchise as an executive producer and writer. Notably, Gellar stated she wasn't interested in contributing to any reboot, describing herself as "way too tired and cranky to put in that work again."

Source: Twitter

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