Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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In every generation there is a Chosen One. She alone will stand against the vampires, the demons and the forces of darkness. She is the Slayer. Buffy Summers is The Chosen One, the one girl in all the world with the strength and skill to fight the vampires. With the help of her close friends, Willow, Xander, and her Watcher Giles she balances slaying, family, friendships, and relationships.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 1
Season 1 March 1997 June 1997 12
Season 2 September 1997 May 1998 22
Season 3 September 1998 July 1999 22
Season 4 October 1999 May 2000 22
Season 5 September 2000 May 2001 22
Season 6 October 2001 May 2002 22
Season 7 September 2002 May 2003 22
Unassigned Episodes 1
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Season 1 March 1997 June 1997 12
Season 2 September 1997 May 1998 22
Season 3 September 1998 July 1999 22
Season 4 October 1999 May 2000 22
Season 5 September 2000 May 2001 22
Season 6 October 2001 May 2002 21
Season 7 September 2002 May 2003 22
Unassigned Episodes 3
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Season From To Episodes
Season 1 March 1997 May 2003 144
Unassigned Episodes 2
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Joss Whedon 51 03/10/1997 - 05/20/2003
Marti Noxon 27 11/17/1997 - 12/17/2002
David Fury 21 05/05/1998 - 03/25/2003
Douglas Petrie 20 11/17/1998 - 05/13/2003
David Solomon 20 06/02/1997 - 05/06/2003
James A. Contner 20 02/10/1998 - 04/29/2003
David Greenwalt 14 03/24/1997 - 12/08/1998
David Grossman 13 03/16/1999 - 02/11/2003
Michael Gershman 10 02/24/1998 - 04/15/2003
Bruce Seth Green 8 03/24/1997 - 01/27/1998
Nick Marck 7 11/30/1999 - 11/12/2002
James Whitmore Jr. 5 04/28/1998 - 01/26/1999
Michael Lange 4 01/19/1998 - 11/23/1999
David Semel 4 03/31/1997 - 11/24/1998
Marita Grabiak 2 02/25/2003 - 05/13/2003
Rick Rosenthal 2 03/12/2002 - 10/15/2002
Ellen S. Pressman 2 05/05/1997 - 10/06/1997
Daniel Attias 2 11/21/2000 - 02/13/2001
John T. Kretchmer 2 03/10/1997 - 09/29/1997
Turi Meyer 1 11/20/2001
Charles Martin Smith 1 03/10/1997
Reza Badiyi 1 05/19/1997
Tucker Gates 1 10/26/1999
Bill L. Norton 1 05/21/2002
Scott Brazil 1 04/14/1997
Christopher Hibler 1 01/09/2001
Michael Grossman 1 01/07/2003
Stephen Cragg 1 03/17/1997
Regis Kimble 1 04/21/1999
Alan J. Levi 1 11/19/2002
Stephen Posey 1 04/28/1997
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Jane Espenson 23 11/10/1998 - 05/13/2003
Rebecca Rand Kirshner 8 10/17/2000 - 05/06/2003
Drew Z. Greenberg 6 11/20/2001 - 04/29/2003
Drew Goddard 5 10/22/2002 - 04/15/2003
Steven S. DeKnight 5 02/06/2001 - 05/07/2002
Dean Batali 4 03/31/1997 - 01/27/1998
Rob Des Hotel 4 03/31/1997 - 01/27/1998
Tracey Forbes 3 11/02/1999 - 04/25/2000
Ty King 2 09/22/1997 - 02/24/1998
Joe Reinkemeyer 2 04/07/1997 - 10/06/1997
Matt Kiene 2 04/07/1997 - 10/06/1997
Thomas A. Swyden 2 04/28/1997 - 05/19/1997
Ashley Gable 2 04/28/1997 - 05/19/1997
Dan Vebber 2 11/24/1998 - 01/26/1999
Elin Hampton 2 05/05/1998
Dana Reston 1 03/17/1997
Howard Gordon 1 11/17/1997
Diego Gutierrez 1 03/12/2002
Carl Ellsworth 1 10/27/1997
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Gareth Davies 1 06/02/1997
Joseph M. Ellis 1 06/02/1997
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Gail Berman 1 06/02/1997
Fran Rubel Kuzui 1 06/02/1997
Kaz Kuzui 1 06/02/1997
Sandy Gallin 1 06/02/1997

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