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Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 7TV-14Closed Captioning

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As Buffy accompanies Dawn on her first day at the new Sunnydale High, Giles continues Willow’s magic education in England. But while Buffy is surprised to be offered a guidance counselor job, Willow is shocked to experience a horrific future vision of the Hellmouth. Willow returns to Sunnydale and Giles soon follows with word that the Watcher’s Council has been destroyed. Determined to make one last stand, Buffy and her allies gather for the upcoming battle, yet nothing can prepare them for The First and his robed Bringers, who are killing all the Potential Slayers — and anyone else who gets in their way.

Customer Reviews

Game Changer

Buffy (the TV series, NOT the movie) broke new ground, and has influenced many shows since. On the surface, it may seem like a silly teen show with monster-of-the-week plots. Overlooked, however, is that the show is richly character-driven, thematically consistent, intelligent, often poignant, often funny, sometimes heartbreaking, and ultimately rewarding.

Yes, there are maybe two or three silly plots per season, but not a single episode goes by without moving the show's season-long and series-long arcs forward. Plot is just a vehicle – the least important aspect of a series that digs deeply into the vagaries of human nature, the head-spinning ambiguities of good vs. evil, and the paradox between the desire for self-reliance and the need for interdependence.

Entertaining as hell, intelligent, and endlessly re-watchable, this is not a 'teen show' or even a show about teens – it is a landmark television series that appeals to thinking people of any age (I'm over 50) who crave depth and appreciate meaning beyond mere words and events.

WE WANT MORE BUFFY!!!!!!

I love buffy the vampire slayer this is my favorite tv show EVER. There needs to be more seasons i love buffy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i can only rate of 5/5 but i give it a 1000000000000000000000000/5!

Best show ever!

Even though the seasons are so much money it's worth it to watch them over and over. I love Buffy and Angel, thank you Joss Whedon!!