Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Sarah Michelle Gellar has once again touched on her wish for the popular ’90s series to be revived. In a recent producer’s roundtable discussion for The Wrap, Gellar talked about her fondness for the show despite its complicated legacy stemming from creator Joss Whedon creating an allegedly toxic workplace environment.
“For so long, I was on a set that I think was known for being an extremely toxic male set, and so that was ingrained in my head that that was what all sets were like, and that women were pitted against each other–that if women became friends, then we became too powerful, so you had to keep that down,” Gellar said. “And now that I’ve had this opportunity to work with so many more women and men that support women as well, I realized how easy an experience it can be, but… unfortunately we’re still in that place where all of those departments a lot of times need to be women for us to have a voice.”
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Author: David Wolinsky