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Sarah Michelle Gellar chats with USA TODAY’s Patrick Ryan about her new Paramount+ show “Wolf Pack” and the legacy of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

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She’s the thing that monsters have nightmares about.

After creating one of modern TV’s most iconic characters in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Sarah Michelle Gellar returns to the supernatural genre with Paramount+’s “Wolf Pack” (streaming weekly on Thursdays), a new werewolf drama from “Teen Wolf” creator Jeff Davis.

When we meet Gellar’s character, arson specialist Kristin Ramsey, she’s interrogating a group of high schoolers about their possible connection to a massive forest fire. Kristin only appears in a few minutes of the series’ first two episodes but plays a crucial role in the story as the season goes on.

“It’s definitely a slow build,” Gellar says. “I liken it to ‘The Sixth Sense,’ how you have to watch the whole movie, get to the end, and then go back and realize, ‘Oh, I didn’t see this, this and this.’ There’s bread crumbs throughout the beginning episodes where you might see less of me, and you have to sort of put it together to really understand why I’m there.”

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