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Here's a good one: writer David Fury and showrunner Marti Noxon, who played the TV news commentators together on Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. They were both in Once More with Feeling David as the lead in "They Got the Mustard Out" and Marti complaining about a parking ticket. They were also together in "Selfless". It could be called "Networking".
The Jinx, Murk and Dreg show. Now that Glory is dead, they have to find a new position in life. Call it "Servants of Goddess".
Willy the Snitch runs his demon bar in a demonic version of "Cheers", where everybody knows your species.
Whistler, Life Coach. Whistler teaches demons to reach for a better life.
"Dead West" with Lyle, Tector and Candy Gorch.
The Knights of Byzantium travel the world in search of demons to dispatch. Call it "Rescue by Knight".
Deconstructing Evil with Holden Webster
The Life and Trials of Ben and Glory
Cassie Newton: The Absurdist Hero
On the Road with Veruca
The Kennedy Show aka. I Am a Hot Rich Lesbian with Superpowers and an Attitude
How Ted Met Your Mother
Bro Talk with Riley and Forrest
Parker - The Pick Up Artist
My Little Pony aka. Willow in the Wishverse
"Rogue Demon Hunters, Inc." starring Wesley and Andrew. Handle it as a comedy with action/adventure elements for a "Ghostbusters" type show. There could even be room for a certain red headed she witch in the mix as the real brains behind the team. Just imagine how they could engineer a love affair between Wes and Willow (Remember when she said "We can work around it," about R J?)
I have a few ideas.
Lindsey McDonald, either in the three in between years or an alternate ending where he doesn't die and goes off solo and has all that internal conflict what is the greater good and whose side am I on drama carried with him.
Whistler or Doyle with some crazy backstory on how they ended up with the PTB.
Harmony, doing whatever she wants and ruining everything and occasionally bumping into everyone from the Buffyverse at different times for different random stupid reasons.
Sweet could have a 1 season thing where he goes from town to town and has some musicals. (I love musicals) And different towns would be affected differently and heroes would have to arise, all that empowering moments through song stuff.
The previously mentioned Gwen Raiden spin off needs to happen if only so I can watch Alexa Davalos some more. Especially if she is fighting... or doing backflips... or stealing something while wearing leather... or wearing a dress... or just standing and doing nothing...
I really think Gwen belonged in her own TV show. I wish they did more with her character. And I'm sure a lot of people would hate this, but maybe a spin off of Holtz raising Connor to early adulthood in the hell dimension could've warranted at least one season.
Also, maybe just maybe, a day in the life of Mr. They Got The Mustard Out Guy.
Maybe Ethan Rayne, although ideally he would factor more in a proper Ripper series focusing on Giles' youth.
Do you remember Boone from the Angel episode "Blood Money"? A series devoted to him might have had possibilities. In any event, he's one of my favorite minor characters. I always hoped to see him turn up again in the comics or somewhere,
A series starring Holtz might be fun. One plus would be that it would feature heavy crossovers of popular characters.