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Angel

The vampire Angelus, now known as Angel, has a human soul, but committed terrible crimes in the past. Seeking forgiveness and trying to redeem himself, he moves from Sunnydale (and a relationship with Buffy Summers, of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer") to Los Angeles.

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05x22 Not Fade Away Aired: May. 19, 2004

In the series finale, Angel and the gang prepare for the fight of their lives as they prepare to take on the entire organization of The Circle …

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Angel is Canceled/Ended
The show had 5 seasons and 110 episodes air between 1999 and 2004.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Oct. 05, 1999
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
60 min.
Aired:
1999 - 2004
To-Date:
5 Seasons
110 Episodes
Network
The WB TV Network

Character Guide

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Series Fun Facts

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  • SPOILER: Charisma Carpenter was reluctant to reappear on the show after her character was written out. When she was asked back for the 100th episode she reluctantly agreed on the condition…
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    SPOILER: Charisma Carpenter was reluctant to reappear on the show after her character was written out. When she was asked back for the 100th episode she reluctantly agreed on the condition that her character did not die. After signing the contract to appear in the episode she was informed that Cordelia would die in the episode and was so upset that she began crying.
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  • When Joss Whedon appeared as Numfar in the Pylean arc, it was kept top secret. The only ones that knew it was him were David Greenwalt, Tim Minear, David Boreanaz, and a few key makeup people.
  • The songs that are sung to Lorne by Lindsey in "Angel" (1999) {Dead End (#2.18)} and by one of his clients in "Angel" (1999) {Sleep Tight (#3.16)} were both written by co-creator and…
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    The songs that are sung to Lorne by Lindsey in "Angel" (1999) {Dead End (#2.18)} and by one of his clients in "Angel" (1999) {Sleep Tight (#3.16)} were both written by co-creator and executive producer David Greenwalt, as was the title theme to Cordy's sitcom in the fantasy sequences in the episode "Angel" (1999) {Birthday (#3.11)}. That song was sung by both Greenwalt and consulting producer Marti Noxon, who also appears in the sequence.
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