Ben Savage and William Daniels
It was one of the most definitive sitcoms of the '90s, and now a new generation can be introduced to Boy Meets World when The Complete Collection arrives on DVD on Nov. 5. Relive all seven seasons with Cory (Ben Savage), Topanga (Danielle Fishel) and Shawn (Rider Strong) as they navigate the highs and lows of adolescence.
The box set will also feature two brand new featurettes including "Boy Meets World: Back to the Beginning" where the cast and creators discuss...
Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter, Peyton Meyer
Girl Meets World has added two new faces. Newcomers August Maturo and Peyton Meyer have joined the cast of the upcoming Boy Meets World spin-off, Disney Channel announced Tuesday.
Ben Savage, Danilelle Fishel, Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter
Cory and Topanga are officially back! Disney Channel has ordered the Boy Meets World sequel Girl Meets World to series, TVGuide.com has learned.
The comedy will start production this summer and will ...
Ben Savage, Danielle Fishel
While most Boy Meets World fans are excited for their favorite characters to return to television, there are plenty — cast members included — that are nervous about ruining the beloved show's legacy. But star Ben Savage says the new generation spin-off Girl Meets World will honor the original series, but will also be a brand new show with its own unique voice.
Boy Meets World cast reunites at ATX Festival
Stars of the popular 1990s comedy Boy Meets World reunited in Austin last week to discuss growing up while on the hit show and tease its upcoming spin-off Girl Meets World.
William Daniels and Maitland Ward
Start practicing your Feeny call because William Daniels will reprise his role as the beloved teacher in Girl Meets World.
Timothee Chalamet, Morgan Saylor
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Boy Meets World
Is Mr. Feeny still teaching?
Disney has started developing a Boy Meets World sequel series, TVLine reports. Titled Girl Meets World, the series would follow Cory and Topanga's pre-teen daughter.
It took us the full four months since last season's jaw-dropping Grey's Anatomy finale to finally cope with Lexie Grey's death and the Season 9 premiere shattered us again. (Shonda Rhimes, expect the bill for our therapy.)
Before you go any further, remember, this is a recap so there will be spoilers — and maybe grab a box of tissues and a gallon of ice cream before proceeding.
The season finale finally revealed the fates of two characters whom Rhimes had kept painfully silent about all summer: First, Mark Sloan...
So I come back from a week away, and what should await me but a time warp to a long-forgotten (and happily so) era of kitschy schlock. Courtesy, naturally, of NBC, whose new regime appears to be operating under an embargo banning anything with a shred of originality. Two hours of American Gladiators (which I skipped) followed by two hours of Knight Rider (which I forced myself to endure). Fasten your seatbelts. Its going to be a forgettable night unless you enjoy the rubbernecking spectacle of watching a network slip further into the abyss of cultural irrelevancy. (You doubt me? I guess you missed the promos for Mondays newest reality gem, My Dad Is Better than Your Dad.)The new (more or less) Knight Rider wasnt really a show, it was more like the longest car ad in human memory: Brought to you by the star of our show, (name of car). Almost made you pine for the good old days of the writers strike.Despite a few contemporary touches on...