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.
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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.
Whether or not you watch Boy Meets World sequel series Girl Meets World, it’s hard to deny the twinge of nostalgia that comes from seeing certain characters (Turner lives!) and gags pop up again. So it is with the new Season 3 title sequence, a near shot-for-shot remake of one of the classic opening credits from the original series.
David Gordon Green already sort of remade Adventures in Babysitting with his R-rated comedy The Sitter, but if you're looking for a more family-friendly, contemporary update on the 1987 classic (why would you want this?), the Disney Channel has you covered...kind of. The company supposedly remade Adventures in Babysitting, except, not really. They just repurposed the basic concept and added some Disney stars to appeal to an entire generation that has no idea what Adventures in Babysitting is.
The modern animated fare of Disney and Dreamworks are no stranger to TV series tie-ins, but rarely to the film’s stars get Tangled up in the effort. The Disney Channel has done exactly that however, roping in Zachary Levi and Mandy Moore for a new Tangled series to debut in 2017.
Whether or not you’ve kept up with the Disney Channel’s Boy Meets World sequel series Girl Meets World, one can’t deny the old ABC series left a few urgent mysteries hanging about. Today at last revs one of the list, as Mr. Turner will finally return from his infamous motorcycling exit for Girl Meets World Season 2.
Disney's 'Star Wars Rebels' won't formally debut its "Spark of the Rebellion" until tomorrow night on the Disney Channel (or right now, with a TV provider), but the entertainment conglomerate is unsurprisingly remaining invested in its new animated frontier. 'Star Wars Rebels' season 2 has officially been confirmed renewed for 2015, no doubt working toward its ties with the inevitable 'Star Wars 7.'
A ways back we heard through the grapevine that 'Shaun of the Dead' stars and frequent Edgar Wright collaborators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost would reprise their 'Dead' roles for the Disney Channel's upcoming 'Phineas and Ferb' Halloween special, and the Eve approaches. We won't get a 'Shaun' sequel anytime soon (we hope), so see Shaun and Ed back in action serving up fried gold for 'Phineas and Ferb' right now!
Disney's forthcoming animated 'Star Wars Rebels' will see a "Spark of the Rebellion" officially premiering this Friday on the Disney Channel (or right now, online!), but it may be a few weeks yet before the action really takes off on its proper Disney XD home. To wit, catch a brand-new clip beyond the premiere as Kanan takes on the villainous Inquisitor!