'Cruel Intentions' TV Show News: Sarah Michelle Gellar Says Series Is 'Better,' 'Badder' & 'Really Different' [VIDEO]

Sarah Michelle Gellar gave a couple fun updates on what fans can expect from the upcoming Cruel Intentions TV show.

The actress is reprising her role as Kathryn Merteuil from the iconic 1999 film, where she was the conniving femme fatale who took advantage of everyone around her, even her step-brother Sebastian. And now she'll be in the upcoming series returning to her evil ways.

In Tuesday's report from Entertainment Tonight, Gellar opened up on what the show is going to be like.

She said it's going to be "better, badder," and "b-tchier."

The actress also pointed out how so much time has gone by since the movie came out and a TV show could only work if the story was worth it...and based on what she added, it definitely seems like it will be.

"It's 17 years later and we didn't tell the story until we had a great story to tell," she said. "I think we have something really unique and really different."

Gellar has been living a busy yet steady life, not just with acting, but also working on her baking brand called Foodstirs as well as being a wife and mother. Working on this company is something she's proud to be a part of especially for her children, Charlotte, 6, and Rocky, 3.

"For them to watch us have an idea, take it from inception to creation to an actual product, to seeing it online and seeing it in stores you can't beat that," Gellar said. "Ultimately, as a parent, you want to teach your children that they can accomplish anything and to be able to show them that journey, it's priceless."

The actress then gushed over her husband, Freddie Prinze Jr., who she says is actually the true master in the kitchen.

"He's really the expert," Gellar said. "I bring the experience and the sweet treat, but he's the main man real deal experience in the kitchen."

The Cruel Intentions TV show is expected to premiere this fall on NBC.

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