Which '90s show do you want to come back: 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' or 'Dawson's Creek'?
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Which '90s show do you want to come back: 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' or 'Dawson's Creek'?

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"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Dawson's Creek" literally slayed the ratings for the WB, both becoming long-running teen series. Millennials miss these shows. "Buffy" is an iconic, feminist series with a strong fan following to this day. "Dawson's Creek" fans will never forget the show's star power or how the series wasn't afraid to tackle controversial subject matters. Paging Netflix—which canceled show do you want to return? 📺

THE VOTES ARE IN!
#TeamBuffy
79.9%
#TeamDawsonsCreek
20.1%

Below is the synopsis of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," per IMDB.

A young woman is forced to fulfill her destiny of fighting vampires and demons with the help of her friends all the while struggling to live a normal teenage life of heart break and drama.

"Buffy" literally paved the way for future vampire dramas, as well as supernatural series in general, like "The Vampire Diaries" and "True Blood." The series is considered one of the greatest teen dramas of all time, often cited for its strong female characters and regarded as an iconic feminist series.

"Buffy" remains a popular cultural milestone. Because of Buffy as a character and the series in general, more badass action or horror heroines were able to slay on TV. The "Buffy" fanbase is stronger than ever. The beloved series has books, comics, and merchandise to keep its legacy undead.

Below is the synopsis of "Dawson's Creek," per IMDB.

Four friends in a small coastal town help each other cope with adolescence.

"Dawson's Creek" was part of a new wave of teen-themed television shows (and movies) of the late '90s. The show was a popular smash, often tackling controversial themes of adolescencelike student-teacher relationships, dealing with cheating parents, love triangles, and more. The show remained a hit on the WB for six seasons from early 1998 until the spring of 2003.

Plus, the show gave us five breakout stars: James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson, Kerr Smith, andmost notably—four-time Oscar-nominated actress Michelle Williams. 

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