She had two children with her husband (and fellow ’90s icon) Freddie Prinze, Jr. , launched an organic baked goods company called Foodstirs, and mastered social media. (She’s more fond of Instagram—where she can be seen partnering with family-friendly brands like Colgate Optic White, her preferred teeth whitening product—than Twitter, which she considers "too much". ) And now, she’s slated to return to the small screen with not one, but two shows: Sometimes I Lie, a thriller based on Alice Feeney’s debut novel that she is starring in and executive producing alongside Ellen DeGeneres; and Other People’s Houses, a suburban dramedy akin to an East Coast Big Little Lies.
It’s been 16 years since television audiences said goodbye to Buffy Summers, the spunky heroine played by Sarah Michelle Gellar on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but, still, love for the series runs deep—both among fans and for the actress herself.
Gellar has worked steadily in the years after Buffy killed her final ghoul, starring in movies and landing a series regular role on The Crazy Ones with Robin Williams, which ended in 2014.