From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Angel to Bones to SEAL Team, Boreanaz has never been off the air over the past two decades enough time for viewers to miss him. "Perhaps this is why, when it comes to actors from the Buffyverse (and the Whedonverse as a whole), Boreanaz has always been considered middle of the pack," says LaToya Ferguson. "If I had a dime for every time someone told me they never watched Angel because Angel’s was a 'boring' character on Buffy, and/or because of Boreanaz’s lack of dynamism, I ‘d have enough money to skip writing this piece. There’s also the (related) argument that Boreanaz’s series have themselves been 'middle of the pack,' but that’s an insult to Angel and Bones’ impact on their respective genres and on the medium as a whole, to say nothing of their longevity. SEAL Team is still in its infancy, but it’s off to a similarly strong start. Which raises the question: What is it about David Boreanaz that equals success in the (network) television world?" She adds: "Boreanaz comes across as a likable actor who you never think is half-assing anything. You never get the impression he has anything less than respect for his characters, though he’s more than willing to move on once his work on a series is said and done."