Where there’s smoke, there’s often fire in the world of TV cancellations, and it seems Girl has officially met it. Girl Meets World will formally end after its final Season 3 episodes in January, according to the show’s writers.
Boy Meets World revival Girl Meets World garnered ample praise in its own right, though recent reports from franchise star Rider Strong seemingly confirmed that 2017 would end the series outright. Girl writers aren’t so quick to write things off, however, claiming “there is no official word as yet.”
The classic Boy Meets World may have lasted a full seven seasons in its ‘90s-2000 heyday, but sitcom lifespans are very different on the 2010-era Disney Channel. After some three full seasons, Girl Meets World might have officially come to an end, at least according to star Rider Strong.
We've yet to see a single frame of footage from the Disney Channel's forthcoming 'Boy Meets World' sequel-spinoff series 'Girl Meets World,' even as last week saw the announcement that Lee Norris would reprise his role as Minkus, and already, its biggest reunion yet has taken place. Rider Strong's Shawn Hunter, Betsy Randle's Amy Matthews and William Russ' Alan Matthews will all return in an upcoming episode, as revealed in a new photo!
From the moment the Disney Channel announced that it would revived the classic ABC sitcom 'Boy Meets World' as a sequel series focusing on Cory and Topanga's young daughter Riley Matthews, fans have been asking what other stars of the former cast might appear. Now, as 'Girl Meets World' goes before cameras, plenty of the old cast have come out of the woodwork to lend their support, including Rider Strong (Shawn Hunter), Will Friedle (Eric Matthews), William Daniels (Mr. Feeny) and more! See the 'Boy Meets World cast meet 'Girl Meets World' inside!
With the recent news that former 'Boy Meets World' stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel have officially signed on to reprise their roles as Cory and Topanga for The Disney Channel's upcoming sequel spin-off series 'Girl Meets World,' the conversation has naturally turned to what other former stars could take part. Likely the biggest question of all remains, could Rider Strong reprise his role as Cory's life-long friend Shawn Hunter? The actor has new comments that may surprise you!