Vampires don't age-- but the actors who play them certainly do. Here is what the cast of Angel look like nearly twenty years after the show's debut.
There were plenty of sketchy stories and embarrassing secrets hiding behind the scenes of the hugely influential Whedonverse shows.
Think you know every single thing there is to know about Angel? We've come up with a few things that could stump you.
The Whedonverse has its regulars but there's a whole group of surprising stars who you'd never guess appeared in one (or more) of the beloved shows.
Joss Whedon is a renowned storyteller but sometimes his stories ran a little long. Here are some cut scenes from his work that should have remained.
There are so many little details in the movies and shows of Joss Whedon that it's almost impossible to catch them all. How many did you notice?
Angel was just as beloved as its original vampire slaying source material, but the show had its fair share of production issues.
Screenwriter, director, and producer Joss Whedon has achieved a cult-like status among TV fans but sometimes his shows take things a bit far.
The five seasons of Angel featured a number of talented performers, from David Boreanaz and Alexis Denisof to Amy Acker and J. August Richards.
For five seasons and 110 episodes, the vampire Angel helped the helpless in Los Angeles. We list the 15 most important installments of the series.
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Joss Whedon has built a rich universe populated by lovable and unforgettable characters. Here are 15 actors that have played more than one of them.
Angel guest actors went on to become huge stars, appearing in other Joss Whedon shows, superhero films, hit TV shows and even Oscar winning movies.
Joss Whedon has created many memorable characters throughout his career. We're counting down the very best personalities the Whedonverse has to offer.
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Buffy/Angel stars Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters will guest-star on 'Supernatural' season 7 in the episode 'Shut up, Dr. Phil.'