Girl Meets World (TV Series 2014– ) Poster

(2014– )


Creator Michael Jacobs offered roles to every previous Boy Meets World (1993) actor if s/he wanted to be involved with the new show.
Harley Keiner (Danny McNulty), Cory's old high-school bully from Boy Meets World (1993), now works as the janitor at Riley's school. The job was given to him by Cory himself.
Rider Strong, Will Friedle, Lee Norris, Trina McGee, and Maitland Ward all made numerous visits to the set to show support.
In January 2014, Disney Channel officially ordered an additional eight episodes, which made the first season a full 21 episodes.
Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong), Cory's lifelong best friend since childhood, was last seen traveling around as a writer and a photographer.
Series creator and producer Michael Jacobs talked about continuing story lines from Boy Meets World (1993), which started rumors of possible guest appearances.
Anthony Tyler Quinn said multiple times in interviews that he would happily reprise the role of Mr. Turner if asked.
"Entertainment Weekly" named it one the most anticipated sequels of 2014 in an attempt to draw generations of viewers.
Former Boy Meets World (1993) cast members Ethan Suplee, Blake Soper, and Jason Marsden all gave approval for the new series in separate interviews.
On April 10, 2014. the first teaser trailer of the series was released.
On May 19, 2014, "Take on the World," the official theme song of the series, was released.
On May 2, 2014, a full trailer for Girl Meets World was released with a premiere date of June 27, 2014.
In Boy Meets World (1993), both Corey and Topanga attended John Adams Middle School. In the sequel, Riley attends John Quincy Adams Middle School.
Willie Garson, who held various roles in 'Boy Meets World' will return for an unknown guest spot in 'Girl Meets World'.
Former Boy Meets World (1993) actor Lee Norris said that he talked with producer Michael Jacobs multiple times. He felt that it was a marvelous experience to be a part of something that affected so many lives.
Disney Channel's sequel of the popular 1993-2000 TGIF ABC sitcom Boy Meets World (1993) attracted 5.2 million total viewers in its premiere on Friday evening, June 27, 2014, on that cable network. The sitcom was the number-one series launch of 2014 among the major youth demographics. Also, 1.6 million adults aged 18-49 tuned into the premiere.
Ray Colcord, the music producer of the show, did the same job on Boy Meets World (1993).
Michael Jacobs and Ray Colcord (Composer) wrote a theme song and it was in competition until they heard "Take on the World" and agreed that theirs wasn't as good.

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