Vampire High is by far the best, let's put it this way the story is basically what gets everyone, we all want to know more about the Fury, then the Elders, the vampires and their makers, and then especially Murdoch what makes him tick.
This isn't such a difficult question Vampire High, Buffy is nowhere as good. When you watch Buffy you know definetly that at least 2 Vampire's get killed. Whereas with Vampire High you get surprised everytime you watch an episode even after watching the whole series a number of times Wow! is still appropriate. Terriffic
I'd love to vote, but I honestly can't decide. (Though I feel I should vote for Buffy just because that zero looks so lonely.)
The first three seasons of Buffy were definitely my favourite, since that's what Buffy is to me: a high school girl beating up bad guys. After high school, it was still good, but just not the same. The only exception would be Willow being a lesbian, since that seemed a very in-character development. So basically, the first three seasons plus Tara. And I'll throw in the movie for good measure, which I just recently saw. It was... definitely not the T.V. show, but I still liked it (doesn't say much about my tastes, I'm told). To the Spuffy aspect of the later seasons, I add a hearty ick.
VH's one season is definitely great, though, and I agree with people saying more than three would be Just Too Much. I feel most television shows should stick to around three or four seasons before they get tedious. To be honest, the basic concept of VH isn't groundbreaking (supernatural teenagers in high school: Buffy, Big Wolf on Campus, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, probably others), and though it does something different by having them in their 'night school', it would have gotten old very fast if given the chance. So it's kind of a blessing in disguise that it was axed, and the Mr. Shekter's writing the book, which has much less limitations.
Both Buffy and VH have great aspects to them, though Buffy probably has more flaws simply by virtue of its length. It was given more time to mess up than VH had. Die young with so much potential and all that. Even just comparing their first/only seasons, it's hard to decide. There are just different things I liked and didn't like about them.
I might have to vote both, if I'm able. Which I might be since there seems to be 8 votes but only 7 voters. Nevermind. I voted Buffy because it needed some love. Hahah, I have upset the status quo. Now to get back to watching my VH.
I can barely recall season 4, to be honest, and five was so-so. Six was pretty funny (I loved "Once More With Feeling"), but parts seemed completely arbitrary, and the best thing about seven was the huge, unexpected finale.
Currently I'm all over Big Wolf on Campus, which for obvious reasons doesn't quite fit in here. It's all cute and campy which is right up my alley, and I love the various movie references. It's also for seven year olds or something, but my tastes have never quite leaned toward the mature.
Vampire High...forsure..I grew up on buffy but seeing VH..is 100% better...As soon as buffy started getting dawn as the key and...then had the army guy boyfriend...oh then all those episodes with the demons..then when her mum died and then came back from the dead..yeh i never owned buffy on dvd but since seeing VH on youtube.. I got my dvd coming to me on express post.
Spike kept the shows interesting in the end.(That is only my opinion) But on a different note, I think that Amanda, Methos and Jim Dawson kept the "Highlander" series going for awhile when Duncan Macleod was absent.