Much to the delight of 鈥90s kids everywhere, Sarah Michelle Gellar recently announced that she鈥檒l be reprising her iconic role as Kathryn Merteuil from Cruel Intentions in a TV show for NBC. But there鈥檚 no set release date for the series, which means it鈥檒l probably be a while before we get to see Gellar back up to no good.聽So while we all breathlessly await every update from the show, we鈥檝e got four more options to make time pass just a little faster.

If you like teens behaving badly, watch Skins

Nothing makes for more exciting聽TV than wild teens. The teens of Skins take bad behavior聽to a whole new level. The award-winning show has all the drugs, sex and underage nefariousness of Cruel Intentions, but it鈥檚 all done in a British accent.


It鈥檚 available for streaming now on Netflix.

If you like Sarah Michelle Geller, watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Proving that SMG is a pretty versatile actress, she took a break from kicking ass as Buffy Summers, the Vampire Slayer to transform into Kathryn聽鈥 as if you didn鈥檛 already know that. Watch Buffy for a healthy dose of nostalgia and tons of girl power inspiration. Bonus celeb sighting: Alyson Hannigan from How I Met Your Mother聽as Buffy鈥檚 witchy BFF Willow.


All seven seasons are available from Amazon.

If you like Upper East Side teens, watch Privileged

If you loved 鈥渢he Marcia Brady of the Upper East Side,鈥 you鈥檒l feel right at home in the world of Privileged. Plus, the series gave Lucy Hale one of her big breaks in television. The actress went on to star as Aria from Pretty Little Liars.


There was only one season of this gem, so you can (theoretically) binge through it in a day via Amazon.

If you like scandalous double lives, watch Being Human

Your twenties are hard enough. Now imagine getting through them as a werewolf, ghost or vampire. They鈥檙e all roommates just trying to pass for human. Much like sharing an apartment with friends, the show is suspenseful, funny and memorable聽鈥 but mostly suspenseful.


There are two different versions of the show: British and American, but both are available to stream from Amazon and Netflix.

What other shows remind you of Cruel Intentions? Give us a shout @BritandCo!

(Photos via Columbia Pictures, Channel 4, Mutant Enemy Productions, CW and BBC.)