High school is a battleground and Buffy the Vampire Slayer understood this better than most any other television series. BtVS personified all of those feelings of demoralization, isolation, and desperation, and it was those very real emotions that grounded the more fantastical elements of the show. The writers used the idea that everything feels like it’s life or death when you’re a teenager, quite literally using actual demons as a metaphor for personal ones.

Over twenty years after its pilot aired, BtVS remains just as beloved, groundbreaking and influential as it was back then. The genre show that rose from the ashes of a widely panned film ...

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