Buffering: A Rewatch Adventure began in 2016 with Buffering the Vampire Slayer, an episodic rewatch of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, hosted by Jenny Owen Youngs and Kristin Russo — and now continues through some of the most iconic genre shows rooted in the 90s and 00s.
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I’ve been listening to Buffering since 2018 and love it so much. Come for immolation watch, stay for the sexual tension awards. Also, the songs are so good. I love that the episodes are 90 min and appreciate the thoughtfulness as much as the hilarity.
I’m very late to Buffy podcasts, but I found a thread on the best Buffy podcasts, I tried Just Slayin’, Tiny Fences and The Rewatcher but this one is my favourite! Kristin and Jenny are such great people to listen to: their voices, jokes and just the general way the podcast is done makes it superior. Great editing, they’re funny and the ending song is always something to look forward to. I enjoy when they share what fans have written in and the the Buffy fashion segment too of course. more
I’m a huge X-Files fan from way back when and I just discovered this podcast! Thanks to the hosts for making me laugh while I relive one of my fav shows ever.
Confession: I can’t believe I haven’t written a review and am so embarrassed because I have been listening since it started… Jenny and Kristin are so much fun to listen to. I love the jingles, sexual tension award, original music by Jenny, the in-depth conversations, the incredible interviews and so much more! Now that I writing this I have a compulsion to re-listen from the beginning that’s how much I love this podcast.
The best podcast ever, seriously my gold standard.
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Buffering: A Rewatch Adventure launched 7 years ago and published 261 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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