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“Riley’s met some outrageous things…you won’t believe what she meets next!” are the openings words of this all-new Girl Meets World Season 2 promo. However, what will make fans of the Disney Channel series (and particularly fans of the original Boy Meets World) very excited isn’t what Riley will be meeting in Season 2 but whom she’ll be meeting. As you can see in the video below, when Girl Meets World returns for its second season, it will be featuring some pretty fantastic guest stars, not only Rider Strong returning as Shawn, but also William Daniels and Will Friedle reprising their roles as Mr. Feeny and Eric. All of these big returns will be a part of Girls Meets World‘s premiere week, when the show will air five all-new episodes, one half hour every weeknight. Daniels’ Feeny, who was last seen at the end of the »
- Chris King
Girl Meets World is giving Boy Meets World fans the ultimate gift in season two: Mr. Feeny, Eric Matthews and more Shawn Hunter. The reunions kick off when the show returns May 11 on Disney Channel. Five new episodes over the course of five days. That's a lot of Girl Meets World. We ain't mad at it. In "Girl Meets Pluto," the third episode of the season, Cory (Ben Savage), Topanga (Danielle Fishel), Shawn (Rider Strong), Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) travel to Philadelphia to dig up a time capsule that Cory, Topanga and Shawn buried 15 years ago. Be on the look out for Mr. Feeny (William Daniels)! Riley and Maya are then prompted to bury their own capsule. Then in "Girl Meets »
Source: Getty If you're a fan of the original series Boy Meets World and have been tuning in for the reboot, your prayers have just been answered. Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) and Eric Matthews (Will Friedle) will be making appearances on Girl Meets World in May. Daniels appeared in the pilot as a ghostly figure, but there's a chance he'll just be playing himself on the May 14 episode, which features the gang (including Rider Strong as Shawn) digging up a time capsule they buried 15 years ago. Friedle will make his debut on the May 15 episode as a mediator between quarreling Riley and Maya. We just have one thing to say about this news. »
"Boy Meets World" fans who've been keeping up with spinoff series "Girl Meets World" are in for a treat: Original "Boy" cast members William Daniels and Will Friedle are set to appear on the show's upcoming second season.
That's right, Mr. Feeny and Eric Matthews will be stopping by the series to impart some wisdom and provide some comic relief, respectively. This will be Daniels's second appearance on the Disney Channel show, while Friedle is making his series debut.
First up is Feeny, who's featured in the season two premiere on May 11, which revolves around Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) meeting a new teacher. He'll also star in the May 14 episode, which will also feature the return of Shawn (Rider Strong), who joins Cory (Ben Savage), Topanga (Danielle Fishel), and the girls for a road trip to Philadelphia to dig up a time capsule.
Eric joins the series on the May 15 episode, »
- Katie Roberts
According to a new schedule released Wednesday, Disney Channel is kicking off Girl‘s second season with a week’s worth of new episodes, one each night.
Feeny, who last appeared at the tail end of the pilot — not as a ghost, as many viewers initially thought — will return in the Season 2 premiere, »
Hope he still has his motorcycle! Anthony Tyler Quinn, who played dreamy Mr. Jonathan Turner on Boy Meets World, is set to appear on the Disney show's spinoff Girl Meets World, Entertainment Weekly confirmed on Wednesday, April 8. Quinn, 52, played Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and Shawn Hunter's (Rider Strong) middle school teacher and mentor in Boy Meets World from 1994 to 1997. His first appearance in Gmw's second season will be in the episode titled "Girl Meets the New Teacher." "[Quinn] was one of the first people [...] »
Shawn's back! And behind the camera! Girl Meets World welcomed back a fan-favorite Boy Meets World alum to direct its big season one finale, airing on Friday, March 27: Rider Strong aka Shawn. Strong has made several appearances on the wildly popular Disney Channel comedy series in its first season, but is taking on his biggest role yet in "Girl Meets First Date," and we've got your exclusive first look at what it was like on set with Strong in charge! "It's great having Rider direct," Ben Savage, the Cory to Strong's Shawn, says in the exclusive clip, while Strong calls directing Savage and Danielle Fishel "a dream because we know each other so well and they're »
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Reunited and it feels so good!
On Tuesday, ETonline was the first to report that Trina McGee will be guest starring in the second season of Girl Meets World, and now we have your exclusive first look at Angela (McGee) and Shawn's (Rider Strong) highly anticipated reunion.
Prepare to swoon kids of the '90s, because even when Angela and Shawn are standing across the room from each other, their chemistry is undeniable.
But wait, there's more — we also have fans' first look at the Hunter family back together again! Blake Clark, who played Chet Hunter, Shawn's dearly departed father, will appear in the same Girl Meets World episode as McGee.
Exclusive: Shawn Hunter Will Reunite With Angela and His Dad!
Nearly 15 years have passed since fans have seen Angela and Shawn together. (Who else is feeling incredibly old?) And even though we'll have to wait a while before the upcoming reunion finally airs, executive producer »
Shawn + Angela = 4eva?
Per ETOnline.com, Blake Clark (Aka Shawn’s dad Chet) will also appear in the same Season 2 episode as McGee and Strong.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
Angela and Chet are making a comeback! Boy Meets World alums Trina McGee and Blake Clark are reprising their roles on the show's Disney spin-off Girl Meets World -- and possibly reuniting with Cory, Topanga, and Shawn! Entertainment Weekly reports that the actors will make an appearance in a season two episode titled "Girl Meets Hurricane." Making the reunion sweeter, William Russ, who played Alan Matthews on the beloved original series, will be directing. Both stars have an on-screen connection with Rider Strong's character Shawn Hunter. McGee played [...] »
The epic TV reunions just keep on coming! After Rider Strong, Betsy Randle, William Russ and William Daniels reunited with their "Boy Meets World" costars on "Girl Meets World," even more stars are coming back into the fold. Trina McGee and Blake Clark, who played Shawn’s girlfriend, Angela Moore, and father, Chet Hunter, are set to make an appearance in Season 2 of the Disney Channel spin-off, according to EW. Though Chet passed away from a heart attack during season six, he'll return as a sort of spirit "guide" in an upcoming episode. At the end of Season 7 of "Boy Meets World," Angela left Shawn and decided to travel to Europe with her father. Shawn implied that he was going to propose ... but we never saw it happen. Think they're still together?! So, what has Trina been up to since the original series wrapped? toofab's Brian Particelli caught up with »
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The second season of Girl Meets World is on the horizon, and two familiar faces will be appearing: Trina McGee (aka Angela Moore) and Blake Clark (aka Chet Hunter) are set to guest star. As you may recall, Angela is Shawn's on-again-off-again girlfriend on the original show, and Chet was his father. Chet actually dies in the sixth season of Boy Meets World, so he'll be coming back as a memory or as part of Shawn's subconscious. Yes, that means your dream boyfriend Shawn (played by Rider Strong) is also coming back for the two-part episode, titled "Girl Meets Hurricane." We. Can't. Wait. »
Girl Meets World just keeps getting better! The Disney Channel comedy already gave us Cory and Topanga, then Cory's parents, then his best friend Shawn (Rider Strong), and now Shawn will finally be reunited with his ex-girlfriend Angela, played by Trina McGee. E! News has confirmed that McGee is set to return to the BMW universe in a season 2 episode of Girl Meets World, and she won't be alone, either! Blake Clark is also returning to play Shawn's father, Chet, who died in season six of the beloved original series. Chet often returned as a kind of spirit guide for Shawn, which is also how he'll appear in Girl Meets World. Angela first appeared on Boy Meets World in season five, and was »
The nostalgia factor is looming large in Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World.” The comedy will be hosting two more “Boy Meets World” alums when the show launches its second season, with Trina McGee and Blake Clark set to stop in for a visit, Variety has confirmed.
McGee, who played Angela Moore, the girlfriend of Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong), in the original series, and Clark, who played Shawn’s father Chet Hunter, will both appear in a season-two episode currently titled “Girl Meets Hurricane.”
Rider Strong will also return for the episode.
In “Boy Meets World” Shawn and Angela dated on and off before ultimately going their separate ways, while Shawn’s father died of a heart attack during season six of the series. The character continued to make appearances on “Boy Meets World” through memories or as a subconscious guide, as he will appear on “Girl Meets World.”
- Shelli Weinstein
Listen up, Boy Meets World fans — your (second) favorite couple is reuniting!
Not only will Shawn reconnect with his lost love, a dearly departed member of the Hunter family will also return. McGee will be joined by Blake Clark — who played Shawn's dead-beat, but beloved father, Chet Hunter — and the two will make their Disney Channel debut with Shawn and the new Matthews family next season, ETonline can exclusively confirm.
Keeping with the theme of the BMW family, William Russ — aka Cory's father Allen Matthews — will be directing the upcoming episode.
Be honest, who else is doing the Cory and Shawn happy dance right now?
Boy Meets World fans will »
From teen idol to hunky dad!"Boy Meets World" star Rider Strong and wife Alexandra Barreto welcomed a baby boy, Indigo Baretto Strong, on December 28th, the actor's rep confirms to toofab. Little "Indy" is the couple's first child together. The adorable duo tied the knot on Oct. 20, 2013 at a summer camp in Oregon -- and toofab got these exclusive pics from the rustic wedding.Barreto looked stunning in a Nicole Miller wedding dress while Strong was strapping in a suit from Rag & Bone at the camp-themed soiree -- complete with bunks, ropes courses, games and even a talent show. Strong also got his favorite band, Typhoon, to perform at the reception after he mentioned them on Twitter.In another shot from the big day, the beautiful bride can be seen with her bridesmaids -- including "The Following" star Natalie Zea. All the bridesmaids wore skirts that were handmade by Anjou Clothing on Esty, »
- tooFab Staff
The actor and wife Alexandra Barreto recently welcomed their first child, according to E! News.
The couple's son, Indigo "Indy" Baretto Strong, was born on December 28, 2014.
Photos: ‘Boy Meets World’ Stars: Then & Now
The new parents were able to keep the pregnancy hush-hush and further details on their new addition to the family are being kept under wraps.
Rider and Alexandra wed on October 20, 2013 at a summer camp-themed wedding in Oregon. The actors met while working on "Pepper Dennis" ...
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Rider Strong is a dad! The former Boy Meets World - and current Girl Meets World - star welcomed a baby boy, named Indigo "Indy" Barreto Strong, with his wife, Alexandra Barreto, just after Christmas. Us Weekly reports that the little one was born on Dec. 28, and the couple managed to keep Alexandra's entire pregnancy under wraps. Rider and Alexandra tied the knot with a camp-themed Oregon wedding in October 2013. Indigo is the first child for both of them. Congratulations to the couple on their new bundle of joy! »
Shawn Hunter is now a daddy.
Actor Rider Strong, best known for his role as bad boy Shawn Hunter on ABC's beloved series Boy Meets World, welcomed his first child with wife Alexandra Barreto on Sunday, Dec. 28, People reports. Rider, 35, and Alexandra, 39, have decided to name their new baby boy Indigo.
The good news is a surprise for Rider's fans, given that the couple kept the pregnancy and birth completely under wraps. The two have been married since October 2013, after meeting on the set of the WB show Pepper Dennis in 2006.
Photos: 11 Stars Who Were on 'Boy Meets World' Before They Were Famous
Rider recently reprised his most famous role on Disney Channel's Boy Meets World spinoff Girl Meets World, which follows Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga's (Danielle Fishel) young daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard).
Savage recently tweeted an adorable cast reunion photo -- featuring him, Rider, Danielle, and Willam »
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