Buffy The Vampire Slayer boss Joss Whedon has revealed what he'd change about the show today.
The creator admitted that he'd want to clear up speculation about Willow Rosenberg's sexuality.
The character, played by How I Met Your Mother star Alyson Hannigan, was attracted to males in the early seasons of the show.
But in the fourth season, she fell in love with Tara who then became her girlfriend. Following this relationship, Willow then identified as gay.
Speaking to Metro, Joss said if the show was made now, he'd make Willow bisexual.
"There are you things you can’t do, thanks to [the society at the time]," he said.
"It [was] like, 'OK, you can’t make Willow bi, you can’t say this is a phase, because that’s what people do to deny their existence.'
"So, if I did it now, I’d be like yes she can be bi, because some people are! But back then it was like, no… we’re not ready for that."
Anyone wanting to binge watch Buffy's adventures with the rest of the Scooby gang can from June 1, when all seven series of the show land on All 4.
Nick Lee, the Head of Acquisitions at Channel 4, said of the show's new home: "We’re ecstatic that we get to re-live the phenomenal success Buffy The Vampire Slayer has had over the past 23 years.
"This for many is a long awaited chance to relive this iconic series. For others, it will be a chance to experience it for the very first time, and find out what all the fuss is about!"
Buffy The Vampire Slayer will be available on All 4 from June 1, 2020. Individual episodes will also be available to watch on weekday evenings at 11pm on E4.
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