- Slayers, a sequel to the hit TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, will arrive as an audio drama on October 28.
- The project, created by Buffy creator Joss Whedon, will feature the voice acting talent of original cast members, including Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy.
- The story begins 22 years after the events of the show and revolves around a scarred Slayer named Nina Jamison-Price.
Fans of the iconic TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer can look forward to a highly anticipated sequel that will bring the 22-year story gap to a close. Titled Slayers, this project is an audio drama created by the original show’s writer and director Joss Whedon, and is set to debut on Audible on October 28.
The audio series will include clever rewritings and adaptations by award-winning authors and playwrights as well as featuring the voices of original cast members, most significantly, Sarah Michelle Gellar lending her vocal talents to the character of Buffy.
The story in Slayers will start from where Buffy the Vampire Slayer left off, 22 years after the events of the show. The narrative will revolve around Nina Jamison-Price, a scarred Slayer, who faces new challenges and struggles.
Amanda Winn Lee, Kato McNickle, and Lesley Karsten will also lend their voices to the series, each with their own significant roles. Slayers aims to capture the essence of the original show while adding modern-day relevance and establishing a fresh storyline for fans of the cult classic.
Adding to the excitement is the news that Emmy and Tony-nominated composer Christopher Rouse will be scoring the original music for the series, enhancing each episode with his signature style. Rouse is known for his collaborations with such artists as Björk, Tom Waits, and David Bowie.
Listeners should mark their calendars for the October 28 release, as Slayers seeks to bring back fond memories of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and provide followers with a thrilling new chapter in the story that resonates with new and old fans alike.