Not only is Appleby in favor of her short-lived drama getting a second lease on life, but she’s also directing an episode of Roswell, New Mexico in October.
NICHOLAS BRENDAN SUPPORTS THE BUFFY REBOOT
Brendan would “love to be involved” in the new Buffy series, he told fans on Twitter shortly after the show was announced. Even if Xander never appears, however, he’s still “just happy that [Joss Whedon] is involved.”
EMMA CAULFIELD HAS MIXED FEELINGS ABOUT THE BUFFY REBOOT
The actress who played Anya shared her conflicted thoughts about the reboot in a piece for Bustle. “Joss ‘Near-Perfect Circle’ Whedon is involved, so itʼs probably going to be great,” she wrote, though she conceded that only “time will tell” whether the show lives up to its predecessor.
HOLLY MARIE COMBS DOES NOT SUPPORT THE CHARMED REBOOT
“Until you ask us to rewrite it like [executive producer] Brad Kern did weekly, don’t even think of capitalizing on our hard work,” Combs tweeted in January. “Charmed belongs to the four of us, our vast amount of writers, crews and predominantly the fans. FYI you will not fool them by owning a title/stamp. So bye.”
SHANNEN DOHERTY SUPPORTS THE CHARMED REBOOT
“I’m intrigued by the idea that a new generation might be comforted [and] inspired like all you were,” Doherty tweeted to her fans in January. “Charmed helped us all in some way.”
ANTHONY STEWART HEAD SUPPORTS THE BUFFY REBOOT
The man formerly known as Giles fired off this supportive (and very cheeky) tweet after news of the reboot broke: “Whether a reboot or a spin-off, or Re-vamp (see what I did there) it is finally something that Joss will oversee, and it is his universe – he has developed extraordinary storylines in the comic book – and it will take the viewers way beyond anything they expect.”
BRIAN KRAUSE SUPPORTS THE CHARMED REBOOT
“I think it could be a good thing,” Krause said during a February interview. “It’s exciting for fans to continue the Charmed world.”
JAMES MARSTERS SUPPORTS THE BUFFY REBOOT
Shortly after news of the planned Buffy reboot broke, the man formerly known as Spike tweeted, “Black teen Buffy, cool! Joss is producing, thank god! Empowering the female youth, spectacular!!! Personally I hope that the new show retains the message of ‘Don’t give up, not on yourself, not on the world.’”
ROSE MCGOWAN SUPPORTS THE CHARMED REBOOT
“I wish nothing but the best for the new female actors whose careers hopefully will be launched by this show into something long and prosperous,” McGowan wrote on Instagram earlier this month.
ALYSSA MILANO SUPPORTS THE CHARMED REBOOT
Though Milano was initially opposed to the idea of a reboot (she tweeted in 2013 that it felt “too close”), she has since come around. “I do hope that it reaches the newer generation and impacts that generation the way ours was able to do for its generation,” Milano recently told ET Online, adding, “I wish that they would have come to [the original cast] and we would have been involved since the beginning.”