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List of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an American television series created by Joss Whedon, which premiered on March 10, 1997. It concluded on May 20, 2003, after seven seasons with 144 episodes in total, plus an unaired pilot episode.
The first five seasons aired on The WB, and in 2001, it transferred to UPN for its final two seasons.[1] In the United Kingdom, the entire series aired on Sky1 and BBC Two, and on TV3 in Ireland. The story line is continued in comic book form in Season 8, Season 9, Season 10, Season 11, and concluded with Season 12.
All seven seasons of the series are available on individual DVD box sets for Regions 1, 2 and 4. Two complete series collections (The Chosen Collection and The Complete DVD Collection) have been released separately for these regions.
Series overview
SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast airedNetwork
112March 10, 1997June 2, 1997The WB
222September 15, 1997May 19, 1998
322September 29, 1998September 21, 1999
422October 5, 1999May 23, 2000
522September 26, 2000May 22, 2001
622October 2, 2001May 21, 2002UPN
722September 24, 2002May 20, 2003
Episodes
Season 1 (1997)
Main article: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 1)
No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
11"Welcome to the Hellmouth"Charles Martin SmithJoss WhedonMarch 10, 19974V014.59[2]
22"The Harvest"John T. KretchmerJoss WhedonMarch 10, 19974V024.59[2]
33"Witch"Stephen CraggDana RestonMarch 17, 19974V034.63[3]
44"Teacher's Pet"Bruce Seth GreenDavid GreenwaltMarch 24, 19974V042.98[4]
55"Never Kill a Boy on the First Date"David SemelRob Des Hotel & Dean BataliMarch 31, 19974V054.09[5]
66"The Pack"Bruce Seth GreenMatt Kiene & Joe ReinkemeyerApril 7, 19974V063.42[6]
77"Angel"Scott BrazilDavid GreenwaltApril 14, 19974V073.39[7]
88"I, Robot... You, Jane"Stephen PoseyAshley Gable & Thomas A. SwydenApril 28, 19974V082.47[8]
99"The Puppet Show"Ellen S. PressmanRob Des Hotel & Dean BataliMay 5, 19974V092.56[9]
1010"Nightmares"Bruce Seth GreenStory by : Joss Whedon
Teleplay by : David Greenwalt
May 12, 19974V103.47[10]
1111"Out of Mind, Out of Sight"Reza BadiyiStory by : Joss Whedon
Teleplay by : Ashley Gable & Thomas A. Swyden
May 19, 19974V113.36[11]
1212"Prophecy Girl"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonJune 2, 19974V123.97[12]
Season 2 (1997–1998)
Main article: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 2)
No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
131"When She Was Bad"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonSeptember 15, 19975V014.37[13]
142"Some Assembly Required"Bruce Seth GreenTy KingSeptember 22, 19975V024.42[14]
153"School Hard"John T. KretchmerStory by : Joss Whedon & David Greenwalt
Teleplay by : David Greenwalt
September 29, 19975V034.86[15]
164"Inca Mummy Girl"Ellen S. PressmanMatt Kiene & Joe ReinkemeyerOctober 6, 19975V044.70[16]
175"Reptile Boy"David GreenwaltDavid GreenwaltOctober 13, 19975V054.77[17]
186"Halloween"Bruce Seth GreenCarl EllsworthOctober 27, 19975V065.88[18]
197"Lie to Me"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonNovember 3, 19975V074.98[19]
208"The Dark Age"Bruce Seth GreenDean Batali & Rob Des HotelNovember 10, 19975V085.59[20]
219"What's My Line (Part 1)"David SolomonHoward Gordon & Marti NoxonNovember 17, 19975V095.04[21]
2210"What's My Line (Part 2)"David SemelMarti NoxonNovember 24, 19975V105.41[22]
2311"Ted"Bruce Seth GreenDavid Greenwalt & Joss WhedonDecember 8, 19975V116.09[23]
2412"Bad Eggs"David GreenwaltMarti NoxonJanuary 12, 19985V126.48[24]
2513"Surprise"Michael LangeMarti NoxonJanuary 19, 19985V137.59[25]
2614"Innocence"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonJanuary 20, 19985V147.94[25]
2715"Phases"Bruce Seth GreenRob Des Hotel & Dean BataliJanuary 27, 19985V157.31[26]
2816"Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered"James A. ContnerMarti NoxonFebruary 10, 19985V166.77[27]
2917"Passion"Michael GershmanTy KingFebruary 24, 19985V176.14[28]
3018"Killed by Death"Deran SarafianRob Des Hotel & Dean BataliMarch 3, 19985V186.08[29]
3119"I Only Have Eyes for You"James Whitmore, Jr.Marti NoxonApril 28, 19985V195.06[30]
3220"Go Fish"David SemelDavid Fury & Elin HamptonMay 5, 19985V205.13[31]
3321"Becoming (Part 1)"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonMay 12, 19985V215.30[32]
3422"Becoming (Part 2)"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonMay 19, 19985V226.37[33]
Season 3 (1998–1999)
Main article: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 3)
No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
351"Anne"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonSeptember 29, 19983ABB017.06[34]
362"Dead Man's Party"James Whitmore, Jr.Marti NoxonOctober 6, 19983ABB026.20[35]
373"Faith, Hope & Trick"James A. ContnerDavid GreenwaltOctober 13, 19983ABB035.46[36]
384"Beauty and the Beasts"James Whitmore, Jr.Marti NoxonOctober 20, 19983ABB046.20[37]
395"Homecoming"David GreenwaltDavid GreenwaltNovember 3, 19983ABB056.53[38]
406"Band Candy"Michael LangeJane EspensonNovember 10, 19983ABB066.35[39]
417"Revelations"James A. ContnerDouglas PetrieNovember 17, 19983ABB076.46[40]
428"Lovers Walk"David SemelDan VebberNovember 24, 19983ABB086.00[41]
439"The Wish"David GreenwaltMarti NoxonDecember 8, 19983ABB096.32[42]
4410"Amends"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonDecember 15, 19983ABB106.85[43]
4511"Gingerbread"James Whitmore, Jr.Story by : Thania St. John & Jane Espenson
Teleplay by : Jane Espenson
January 12, 19993ABB116.42[44]
4612"Helpless"James A. ContnerDavid FuryJanuary 19, 19993ABB127.00[45]
4713"The Zeppo"James Whitmore, Jr.Dan VebberJanuary 26, 19993ABB135.93[46]
4814"Bad Girls"Michael LangeDouglas PetrieFebruary 9, 19993ABB146.09[47]
4915"Consequences"Michael GershmanMarti NoxonFebruary 16, 19993ABB155.93[48]
5016"Doppelgangland"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonFebruary 23, 19993ABB166.50[49]
5117"Enemies"David GrossmanDouglas PetrieMarch 16, 19993ABB175.94[50]
5218"Earshot"Regis KimbleJane EspensonSeptember 21, 19993ABB185.08[51]
5319"Choices"James A. ContnerDavid FuryMay 4, 19993ABB195.04[52]
5420"The Prom"David SolomonMarti NoxonMay 11, 19993ABB205.22[53]
5521"Graduation Day (Part 1)"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonMay 18, 19993ABB215.13[54]
5622"Graduation Day (Part 2)"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonMay 24, 1999 (Canada) July 13, 1999 (USA)3ABB226.53[55]
Season 4 (1999–2000)
Main article: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 4)
No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
571"The Freshman"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonOctober 5, 19994ABB016.79[56]
582"Living Conditions"David GrossmanMarti NoxonOctober 12, 19994ABB025.64[57]
593"The Harsh Light of Day"James A. ContnerJane EspensonOctober 19, 19994ABB035.09[58]
604"Fear, Itself"Tucker GatesDavid FuryOctober 26, 19994ABB045.98[59]
615"Beer Bad"David SolomonTracey ForbesNovember 2, 19994ABB055.11[60]
626"Wild at Heart"David GrossmanMarti NoxonNovember 9, 19994ABB066.51[61]
637"The Initiative"James A. ContnerDouglas PetrieNovember 16, 19994ABB075.65[62]
648"Pangs"Michael LangeJane EspensonNovember 23, 19994ABB085.90[63]
659"Something Blue"Nick MarckTracey ForbesNovember 30, 19994ABB095.42[64]
6610"Hush"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonDecember 14, 19994ABB105.97[65]
6711"Doomed"James A. ContnerMarti Noxon & David Fury & Jane EspensonJanuary 18, 20004ABB115.35[66]
6812"A New Man"Michael GershmanJane EspensonJanuary 25, 20004ABB126.02[67]
6913"The I in Team"James A. ContnerDavid FuryFebruary 8, 20004ABB134.83[68]
7014"Goodbye Iowa"David SolomonMarti NoxonFebruary 15, 20004ABB144.85[69]
7115"This Year's Girl"Michael GershmanDouglas PetrieFebruary 22, 20004ABB155.75[70]
7216"Who Are You"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonFebruary 29, 20004ABB164.90[71]
7317"Superstar"David GrossmanJane EspensonApril 4, 20004ABB174.11[72]
7418"Where the Wild Things Are"David SolomonTracey ForbesApril 25, 20004ABB183.85[73]
7519"New Moon Rising"James A. ContnerMarti NoxonMay 2, 20004ABB194.02[74]
7620"The Yoko Factor"David GrossmanDouglas PetrieMay 9, 20004ABB204.55[75]
7721"Primeval"James A. ContnerDavid FuryMay 16, 20004ABB214.85[76]
7822"Restless"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonMay 23, 20004ABB224.50[77]
Season 5 (2000–2001)
Main article: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 5)
No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
791"Buffy vs. Dracula"David SolomonMarti NoxonSeptember 26, 20005ABB015.83[78]
802"Real Me"David GrossmanDavid FuryOctober 3, 20005ABB026.17[79]
813"The Replacement"James A. ContnerJane EspensonOctober 10, 20005ABB035.34[80]
824"Out of My Mind"David GrossmanRebecca Rand KirshnerOctober 17, 20005ABB045.10[81]
835"No Place Like Home"David SolomonDouglas PetrieOctober 24, 20005ABB056.41[82]
846"Family"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonNovember 7, 20005ABB066.19[83]
857"Fool for Love"Nick MarckDouglas PetrieNovember 14, 20005ABB075.66[84]
868"Shadow"Dan AttiasDavid FuryNovember 21, 20005ABB084.83[85]
879"Listening to Fear"David SolomonRebecca Rand KirshnerNovember 28, 20005ABB095.48[86]
8810"Into the Woods"Marti NoxonMarti NoxonDecember 19, 20005ABB104.85[87]
8911"Triangle"Christopher HiblerJane EspensonJanuary 9, 20015ABB114.85[88]
9012"Checkpoint"Nick MarckDouglas Petrie & Jane EspensonJanuary 23, 20015ABB125.01[89]
9113"Blood Ties"Michael GershmanSteven S. DeKnightFebruary 6, 20015ABB134.89[90]
9214"Crush"Dan AttiasDavid FuryFebruary 13, 20015ABB144.90[91]
9315"I Was Made to Love You"James A. ContnerJane EspensonFebruary 20, 20015ABB155.11[92]
9416"The Body"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonFebruary 27, 20015ABB165.97[93]
9517"Forever"Marti NoxonMarti NoxonApril 17, 20015ABB174.29[94]
9618"Intervention"Michael GershmanJane EspensonApril 24, 20015ABB184.73[95]
9719"Tough Love"David GrossmanRebecca Rand KirshnerMay 1, 20015ABB194.59[96]
9820"Spiral"James A. ContnerSteven S. DeKnightMay 8, 20015ABB205.11[97]
9921"The Weight of the World"David SolomonDouglas PetrieMay 15, 20015ABB214.76[98]
10022"The Gift"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonMay 22, 20015ABB225.22[99]
Season 6 (2001–2002)
Main article: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 6)
No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
1011"Bargaining (Part 1)"David GrossmanMarti NoxonOctober 2, 20016ABB017.65[100]
1022"Bargaining (Part 2)"David GrossmanDavid FuryOctober 2, 20016ABB027.65[100]
1033"After Life"David SolomonJane EspensonOctober 9, 20016ABB035.58[101]
1044"Flooded"Douglas PetrieJane Espenson & Douglas PetrieOctober 16, 20016ABB046.03[102]
1055"Life Serial"Nick MarckDavid Fury & Jane EspensonOctober 23, 20016ABB055.68[103]
1066"All the Way"David SolomonSteven S. DeKnightOctober 30, 20016ABB065.23[104]
1077"Once More, with Feeling"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonNovember 6, 20016ABB075.44[105]
1088"Tabula Rasa"David GrossmanRebecca Rand KirshnerNovember 13, 20016ABB085.40[106]
1099"Smashed"Turi MeyerDrew Z. GreenbergNovember 20, 20016ABB095.00[107]
11010"Wrecked"David SolomonMarti NoxonNovember 27, 20016ABB105.57[108]
11111"Gone"David FuryDavid FuryJanuary 8, 20026ABB115.16[109]
11212"Doublemeat Palace"Nick MarckJane EspensonJanuary 29, 20026ABB125.57[110]
11313"Dead Things"James A. ContnerSteven S. DeKnightFebruary 5, 20026ABB135.21[111]
11414"Older and Far Away"Michael GershmanDrew Z. GreenbergFebruary 12, 20026ABB145.01[112]
11515"As You Were"Douglas PetrieDouglas PetrieFebruary 26, 20026ABB154.70[113]
11616"Hell's Bells"David SolomonRebecca Rand KirshnerMarch 5, 20026ABB165.61[114]
11717"Normal Again"Rick RosenthalDiego GutierrezMarch 12, 20026ABB175.01[115]
11818"Entropy"James A. ContnerDrew Z. GreenbergApril 30, 20026ABB184.53[116]
11919"Seeing Red"Michael GershmanSteven S. DeKnightMay 7, 20026ABB194.06[117]
12020"Villains"David SolomonMarti NoxonMay 14, 20026ABB204.96[118]
12121"Two to Go"Bill L. NortonDouglas PetrieMay 21, 20026ABB215.31[119]
12222"Grave"James A. ContnerDavid FuryMay 21, 20026ABB225.31[119]
Season 7 (2002–2003)
Main article: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 7)
No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
1231"Lessons"David SolomonJoss WhedonSeptember 24, 20027ABB014.99[120]
1242"Beneath You"Nick MarckDouglas PetrieOctober 1, 20027ABB024.97[121]
1253"Same Time, Same Place"James A. ContnerJane EspensonOctober 8, 20027ABB034.90[122]
1264"Help"Rick RosenthalRebecca Rand KirshnerOctober 15, 20027ABB045.04[123]
1275"Selfless"David SolomonDrew GoddardOctober 22, 20027ABB055.02[124]
1286"Him"Michael GershmanDrew Z. GreenbergNovember 5, 20027ABB064.65[125]
1297"Conversations with Dead People"Nick MarckJane Espenson & Drew GoddardNovember 12, 20027ABB074.83[126]
1308"Sleeper"Alan J. LeviDavid Fury & Jane EspensonNovember 19, 20027ABB085.03[127]
1319"Never Leave Me"David SolomonDrew GoddardNovember 26, 20027ABB094.83[128]
13210"Bring on the Night"David GrossmanMarti Noxon & Douglas PetrieDecember 17, 20027ABB104.79[129]
13311"Showtime"Michael GrossmanDavid FuryJanuary 7, 20037ABB114.08[130]
13412"Potential"James A. ContnerRebecca Rand KirshnerJanuary 21, 20037ABB123.61[131]
13513"The Killer in Me"David SolomonDrew Z. GreenbergFebruary 4, 20037ABB133.50[132]
13614"First Date"David GrossmanJane EspensonFebruary 11, 20037ABB144.24[133]
13715"Get It Done"Douglas PetrieDouglas PetrieFebruary 18, 20037ABB153.43[134]
13816"Storyteller"Marita GrabiakJane EspensonFebruary 25, 20037ABB163.60[135]
13917"Lies My Parents Told Me"David FuryDavid Fury & Drew GoddardMarch 25, 20037ABB173.44[136]
14018"Dirty Girls"Michael GershmanDrew GoddardApril 15, 20037ABB183.31[137]
14119"Empty Places"James A. ContnerDrew Z. GreenbergApril 29, 20037ABB193.60[138]
14220"Touched"David SolomonRebecca Rand KirshnerMay 6, 20037ABB204.02[139]
14321"End of Days"Marita GrabiakDouglas Petrie & Jane EspensonMay 13, 20037ABB214.06[140]
14422"Chosen"Joss WhedonJoss WhedonMay 20, 20037ABB224.87[141]
See also
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