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Yes, the entire series is available on DVD and digitally. The first 3 seasons were released by Disney in 2004 and 2005, but were eventually discontinued due to poor sales. However, Lionsgate Home Entertainment licensed the series and all 7 seasons are now available to own.

The Complete First Season, The Complete Second Season & The Complete Third Season were re-released on August 29th, 2010.

The Complete Fourth Season was released on December 7th, 2010

The Complete Fifth Season was released on May 3rd, 2011.

The Complete Sixth Season was released on July 5th, 2011.

The Complete Seventh & Final Season was released on October 4th, 2011.

The Complete Collection was released November 5th, 2013. It includes exclusive special features only found on the set.

All of the episodes/seasons are available to be digitally downloaded from iTunes or Amazon.

Angela leaves for Europe with her father (who will be stationed there) for one year. She and Shawn decided to not say goodbye and instead say "I love you."

Jack is cut off from his rich step-fathers money and decides to join the peace corps with Rachel after graduation.

Topanga gets a summer internship with the law firm Brown/Elliot (in NYC) and they give her a scholarship to NYU Law School so she can eventually go to work for their firm. Cory initially does not want to go, but realizes it's for the best and helps Topanga feel better about going. Eric decides to move to New York with Cory and Topanga, and Topanga decides Shawn should come with them also.

Alan & Amy stayed at their home where they still had Morgan and Joshua to continue raising.

Mr. Feeny continued to teach at the college (though a future episode showed him retiring in 2006).

In the final moments, before the original four (Cory, Shawn, Topanga & Eric) depart for New York, they find Mr. Feeny in their old elementary/middle school classroom. They ask him if there was anything left for him to teach them, he replies by telling them his work with them is done and they are ready for the world. He then says "Believe in yourselves, dream, try, do good." to which Topanga replies, Don't you mean, 'do well'? and Feeney then asserts, No, I mean, 'do good'. Eric then asks Mr. Feeny to tell him and the others that he loves them, but Mr. Feeny says that "there is a line between teacher and student that must never be crossed." Mr. Feeny does not tell them he loves them, but they all say their sad and heart-felt goodbyes to him. When Mr. Feeny tells Cory that he will remain there, Cory tells him that he will always be with them, as long as they live. After the four leave the classroom, Mr. Feeny says "I love you all... class dismissed" and leaves the room.

Partially because the actors (and presumably, off-camera, the crew) were so emotional and partially because show creator/director-of-the-final-episode Michael Jacobs wanted to capture all the real emotions of the actors, the final scene was done in one take.

It's a Laugh Productions has begun casting female teen series regulars for the new multi-camera Disney Channel series sequel "Girl Meets World". The show will continue where the ABC television sitcom "Boy Meets World" left off back in 2000, however the story jumps ahead to the present. That series ran successfully for seven years beginning in 1993. Auditions are taking place in Los Angeles and will continue through February, 2013 when shooting begins. The extras and stand-ins will be cast closer to the start of shooting in late January/February.

Details Here:

Disney Casting "Girl Meets World" Series Regulars


2012 Actors Resource Guide eBooks


Firstly, creating characters to serve the purpose of just one episode is something of which BMW is guilty multiple times. Both Topanga and Shawn were given sisters for exactly one episode each, before never being seen, heard from or mentioned again. Topanga's sister actually appeared in an episode while Shawn just spoke to his on the phone.

But it's Shawn's half-brother Eddie who seems to remain, of the "lost siblings", most in fans' minds because he received multiple scenes in an episode and seemed to serve as a foil to Shawn, showing what Shawn might have become, if not for the positive influences of the Matthews' family and Mr. Feeney. This is probably because later in the series, actor Matthew Lawrence was added as another half-brother of Shawn's and yet neither he nor Shawn ever mention Eddie.

To reason it out, all we are ever told about Eddie is that he is Shawn's half-brother; it's not clarified if he was Chet's son or Virna's. Since we learn in a later episode that Virna was not actually Shawn's biological mother, it's entirely possible that Eddie is not related to Shawn and/or Jack at all. As for where he goes and what happens to him after his one episode, the viewer is left to make their own story. The character is also never seen/heard from/mentioned again.


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