Sarah Michelle Gellar returns to television this fall with CBS' The Crazy Ones with the legendary Robin Williams, who is also returning to the small screen for the first time since Mork & Mindy.
But it wasn't another lifetime ago that the actress was Joss Whedon's "Chosen One" known as Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, who spent seven seasons fighting the forces of darkness, as well as falling with love with not one but two ensouled, heroic vampires: the brooding Angel (David Boreanaz) and the devil-may-care Spike (James Marsters).
With Veronica Mars coming to the big screen thanks to Kickstarter, could Buffy be around the corner to bring more "girl power"?
What you may or may not know is that Buffy, the Vampire Slayer first came on the big screen in 1992 with actress Kristy Swanson, but the film was a critical and box office flop.
Buffy was reborn, redeemed, and resurrected (it wasn't the first time) five years later with Gellar, which led to spin-off Angel (1999-2004), who atones for his sins by helping the helpless and hopeless in Los Angeles.
For more on this, check out Sarah's interview with E!