It's been awhile since we heard anything about the Disney Channel's 'Boy Meets World' spin-off/revival 'Girl Meets World,' and the show's as-yet-unshot pilot has yet to be ordered to series, but that hasn't curtailed fans' interest in the upcoming series. Now, new reports suggest that the sitcom has finally cast young Riley Matthews, daughter to Cory and Topanga Matthews, tapping 11-year-old actress Rowan Blanchard for the role! Get the latest on 'Girl Meets World's' big casting inside!
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Up until The Disney Channel produces the very first frame of footage from its forthcoming 'Boy Meets World' sequel series / spin-off 'Girl Meets World,' many fans will keep to their skepticism that the new effort can recapture the magic of the old. We've even heard a few past cast members assuring audiences of their reference for 'Boy Meets World,' amid insistence the show will be its own entity, but what does Cory Matthews himself think? Ben Savage himself recently opened up with some new thoughts about 'Girl Meets World...
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!
The buzz that classic TGIF sitcom 'Boy Meets World' would spawn a sequel spin-off series titled 'Girl Meets World' got very real yesterday, when it was announced that original stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel had indeed signed on to reprise their roles of married couple Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence. With the castings confirmed, buzz of additional cast members returning has hit an all-time high, but what does Fishel herself have to say about the project? How should we approach 'Girl Meets World?'
Cory and Topanga are back! 'Boy Meets World' fans were stunned earlier this month to learn that The Disney Channel had begun development of a sequel series to be titled 'Girl Meets World,' and now the original stars have taken it one step closer to reality. Centering on Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence's young daughter Riley, the series has officially picked up original stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel to reprise their roles, but how far along is production? Will we be tuning in for 'Girl Meets World' any time soon?
Though any official movement has yet to be made regarding the development of the new series, 'Boy Meets World' fans are still reeling from the prospect that the classic TGIF sitcom could return as spin-off/sequel series 'Girl Meets World,' with original cast members in tow. We've already heard a bit about the focus of the series, as well as fan reactions, but what former cast members are now weighing in, and what's so surprising about it?
Late last week, we were stunned to learn that ABC was in the process of developing a spin-off of beloved ABC sitcom 'Boy Meets World,' a sequel series focusing on Cory and Topanga's young daughter to be called 'Girl Meets World.' Speculation has run rampant on which cast member might return, even apart from the potential involvement of series stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel, but now concrete new details have emerged on the series itself. Find out what Cory Matthews has been up to in the comments!
We're still trying to wrap our heads around the idea that we've lived long enough to see beloved TGIF sitcom 'Boy Meets World' come, go, and as of last week create interest in returning as sequel series 'Girl Meets World.' We also heard that The Disney Channel had begun talks with series stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel to reprise the roles of Cory and Topanga, but what other past stars could return? And which former star wants to return to a role they were once cut out of?
You know, it's been a long and strange week. While we've tried to wrap our heads around the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, and even the $4.05 billion sale of 'Star Wars' to Disney with plans for a seventh installment, about the last thing we can wrap our heads around is a sequel series to a beloved '90s sitcom. And yet here we are, grasping the notion of a 'Boy Meets World' sequel series, titled cleverly enough, 'Girl Meets World.' So as long as the world's gone crazy, who from the cast might return?