Sarah Michelle Gellar May Make TV Comeback

Sarah Michelle Gellar May Make TV Comeback
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We’ve got great news for Buffy The Vampire Slayer fans: Sarah Michelle Gellar may be returning to television. Fear not, though, her first attempt at a comeback, Ringer, is still canceled (thank God)- according to TV Line, the Buffy star is highly considering a role in a new half-hour comedy that’s being developed at 20th Century Fox!

We haven’t received all the details, but Sarah apparently became interested after reading the script, which was written by Men at Work staff writer Shepard Boucher.

The series, which has yet to be titled, follows a family and “chronicles the hijinks parents get into while their kids are not at home.”

Gellar would play the wife/mother role…..Milf.

This sounds pretty interesting, but seriously, can we just get a legitimate Buffy reunion already?

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage

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