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When the Girl Meets World season three and TV series finale aired on Disney Channel on January 20th, it was chock full of original Boy Meets World TV show stars, too. That said, the goodbye scene for one vet -- who has appeared on both cancelled series -- ending up on the cutting room floor. Now Danny McNulty, who played Harvey "Harley" Keiner, is sharing that moment from the script as well as additional Girl Meets World memories. Check it out, after the jump.A sequel to the original ABC sitcom, Girl Meets World starred: Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter, Ben Savage, Peyton Meyer, August Maturo, Danielle Fishel, and Corey Fogelmanis. Boy Meets World stars William Daniels, Lee Norris, William Russ, Betsy Randle, Will Friedle, Anthony Quinn, Rider Strong, Lily Nicksay, and Lindsay Ridgeway all returned for the »
Brace yourselves for all the Feeny feels!
For the past three years, Boy Meets World's most beloved teacher, Mr. Feeny (William Daniels), has sporadically appeared on our screens in the Disney Channel continuation, Girl Meets World, to grace the Matthews family with his advice.
In this Friday's series finale, "Girl Meets Goodbye," Feeny returns for one last time to help Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) make a life-changing decision about whether or not to pursue a job opportunity in London -- and only Et has your exclusive sneak peek of the tear-jerking moment!
"You've always given us our best advice. What do you got for us now?" Cory asks his mentor in our first look video above while Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) wait with curious silence.
"London: City of Shakespeare and Dickens. I think you'll »
Before the final episode of “Girl Meets World” airs on Friday, stars Rowan Blanchard (Riley Matthews), Ben Savage (Cory Matthews) and Sabrina Carpenter (Maya Hart) and creator Michael Jacobs have a special message for followers of the “Boy Meets World” story.
In this exclusive featurette, which you can watch above, the team shares what the series has meant to them and discusses the important messages the series tackles. The cast has become a real family over the years, Carpenter says, and the bonds will last beyond the finale.
“We make a fun show about real issues. We do it in a fun, relatable way and I think people appreciate that,” Savage says in the video.
“Your adventures were my adventures not very long ago »
- Dani Levy
Are you ready to say goodbye to the Girl Meets World TV show on Disney Channel? Watch a promo of the Girl Meets World season three and series finale, after the jump. Disney Channel cancelled the Boy Meets World sequel series, earlier this month.Girl Meets World stars Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter, Ben Savage, Peyton Meyer, August Maturo, Danielle Fishel, and Corey Fogelmanis. Several Boy Meets World favorites are returning for the Disney Channel finale including Mr. Feeny (William Daniels), Minkus (Lee Norris), Alan (William Russ), Amy (Betsy Randle), Eric (Will Friedle), Mr. Turner (Anthony Quinn), Shawn (Rider Strong), Harley (Danny McNulty), and both Morgans (Lily Nicksay, Lindsay Ridgeway).Read More… »
Shawn Hunter has a lot on his mind. In a new interview, Rider Strong of Boy Meets World fame got candid about the differences between the ABC series he starred on and the spinoff, Girl Meets World, that he recurred on. In an interview on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show with guest host Samm Levine of Freaks and Geeks fame, Strong discussed his TV past and present, including the major differences between Boy and Girl. "For some reason on Tgif we would just do these videos that were like full on dramas and nobody seemed to notice," Strong said referring to Boy Meets World's infamous cult episode in which Shawn joined a cult because of girl, then becomes "completely brainwashed," then Mr. Turner gets »
Girl Meets World‘s Rider Strong was the first to let slip that the Boy Meets World follow-up had ended prior to Disney Channel’s official cancellation. Now, the actor best known as Shawn Hunter is speaking out against what he sees as the kiddie network’s interference in the overall vibe of the spin-off.
Friday’s episode of Girl Meets World may have been filmed months before Disney Channel announced the show’s cancellation, but judging by the tone of the hour-long special, it’s clear the Powers That Be knew the end was ear.
Aptly titled “World Meets Girl,” the episode was essentially a visual thank-you to fans, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the series and stars they’ve spent the past three seasons obsessing over.
My personal favorite moment, naturally, was this shot of the actors’ classroom, which has an »
It's official. Disney Channel has cancelled the Girl Meets World TV show after three seasons. Last week, Boy Meets World co-star Rider Strong, who guest stars on the sequel as Shawn Hunter, indicated on a podcast that Girl Meets World would have no fourth season. Soon thereafter, the comedy's writers took to their official Twitter account, to ensure fans that Disney Channel had not made an official cancellation or renewal decision.Now it seems it is those same writers have taken to social media to confirm Girl Meets World will soon come to an end. Check out their tweets, as well as messages from stars Rowan Blanchard and Sabrina Carpenter, and guest star Will Friedle, after »
Update, 9:35 Am: Just hours after Girl Meets World‘s official cancellation, the show received a PGA Awards nomination this morning for Outstanding Children’s Program. Previous, January 4: A week after cast member Rider Strong said as much on his podcast, Disney has announced that Girl Meets World has been canceled. The sequel series to the earlier Boy Meets World will end with the conclusion of its third season. “Disney Channel will present the series finale of “Girl… »
The official Twitter account for Girl Meets World Writers confirmed the news that most fans were expecting about the popular TV series.
Have a look at the tweets below which confirmed the news.
Series star, Rowan Blanchard took to Twitter to voice her upset at her show being cut short.
The series was a hit with both critics and viewers, winning several awards throughout its run.
Girl Meets World never quite matched that level of success, but its ratings were strong initially to keep it running.
However, sagging ratings probably contributed a huge role in the show being canceled.
There has definitely been many hints over the past few months that the Rowan Blanchard »
- Paul Dailly
Girl Meets World has become the first TV casualty of 2017. The Twitter account for the show's writers announced the news on Wednesday, confirming that season three will be the show's final season. There are still three episodes left, which will air in January: "World Meets Girl" is a fan-focused episode, "Girl Meets Sweet Sixteen" will show Riley's 16th birthday, and the last episode, "Girl Meets Goodbye," sounds all the more poignant given the news. Here's the announcement in full. It is with incredible pride in our work and complete sadness that things end, that I report to this wonderful audience that our show is over - Girl Meets Writers (@GMWWriters) January 5, 2017 I just officially got the call, and would like to thank this audience for its incredible love and loyalty. Please watch our January episodes - Girl Meets Writers (@GMWWriters) January 5, 2017 We leave you with three incredible souvenirs of a »
- Maggie Pehanick
Girl Meets World is officially ending.
After weeks of speculation over its future, Disney Channel’s multi-camera comedy -- a spinoff of beloved ‘90s sitcom Boy Meets World -- will end later this month, when it airs its final episode on Friday, Jan. 20, titled “Girl Meets Goodbye.”
“It is with incredible pride in our work and complete sadness that things end, that I report to this wonderful audience that our show is over,” the show wrote in a series of tweets via the Girl Meets World writers’ Twitter account on Wednesday.
“I just officially got the call, and would like to thank this audience for its incredible love and loyalty. Please watch our January episodes,” read another tweet.
“We leave you with three incredible souvenirs of a show we couldn’t be more proud of,” the message continued. “As I look »
Here's some news to sour your Wednesday: Girl Meets World has officially been canceled, according to the show's Twitter account. A few days after Rider Strong stirred up rumors of the show's demise, the show's writers tweeted the announcement this evening, saying "It is with incredible pride in our work and complete sadness that things end, that I report to this wonderful audience that our show is over. I just officially got the call, and would like to thank this audience for its incredible love and loyalty. Please watch our January episodes." "We leave you with three incredible souvenirs of a show we couldn't be more proud of," they continued. "As I look back I can »
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The news was confirmed in a series of tweets from the Girl Meets Writers Twitter account:
It is with incredible pride in our work and complete sadness that things end, that I report to this wonderful audience that our show is over
— Girl Meets Writers (@GMWWriters) January 5, 2017
I just officially got the call, and would like »
14 items from 2017
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