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The popular sitcom Boy Meets World follows teenage Cory Matthews on his many adventures as he grows from boyhood to manhood. The first two seasons are made up largely of lighthearted adventures revolving around Cory, his family and his best friend Shawn. The two are continually getting into scrapes and annoying Cory's next door neighbor, Mr. Feeny, who just happens to be Cory and Shawn's teacher at school.

An ongoing theme through much of the early part series is the class differentiation between Cory and Shawn. Cory lives in a nice neighborhood with loving parents. Shawn, on the other hand, lives in a trailer park with his parents until his mother leaves them--taking the family trailer with her. Shawn stays with the Matthews for a short time while his father goes in search of his mother. He then moves in with his teacher Mr. Turner until his father returns during the third season.

Cory and Shawn's childhood friend Topanga joins the duo toward the end of the second season as a potential love interest for Cory. They have an on again off again relationship for several seasons. As the show progresses into the third and fourth and fifth seasons the kids began to deal with more serious issues such as abandonment, divorce, death, God, cults, sex, racism, alcoholism and child abuse.

The witty dialog and character development truly add a quality and depth to this show that is rarely captured in more current television shows. It is fun to watch the interactions between these characters and watch them as they grow and change.

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7 Seasons, 158 Episodes - Ended
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  • In the series finale, Cory deals with his fear of moving to New York for Topanga's internship which triggers memories shown in flashbacks. Shawn, Jack and Eric have all made big moving plans of their own, but before anyone leaves town, the crew makes one last stop - Mr. Feeny's classroom. There, they bid an emotional farewell to their longtime mentor, who offers them one last bit of advice before they go out and meet the world.

  • In part one of the flashback filled series finale, Cory has to face his fear of moving to New York and face that the times are changing when he learns that Shawn, Eric, and Jack all have plans of their own.

  • When Angela's father says he wants to take her to Europe for a year, Cory thinks Shawn isn't being honest with himself if he just lets the girl he loves get away. Meanwhile, Eric, Jack and Rachel figure out their plans after college as graduation nears.

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'Girl Meets World' Gets a Full-Season Order - Well Before its Premiere

It may not even have hit the air yet, but Disney clearly has faith in the success of its upcoming "Boy Meets World" sequel. "Girl Meets World," which is expected to premiere later this year, has already been picked up for a full season. Maybe that's no surprise to those following the "Girl Meets World" news - the show has been wildly anticipated since its creation was announced last year, with excitement on all ends (fans of the original series have shown up in full-force to support a revivial of the good-natured show, and DVD releases have brought in new fans from the younger generations).

Danielle Fishel Addresses Concerns About 'Girl Meets World'

Danielle Fishel has reassuring words for anyone starting to get a little nervous about the spin-off of the popular “Boy Meets World.” Fishel said this of the upcoming “Girl Meets World”: "We always treated the kids that were watching the show like they were smart and they could get what was going on and they understood the messages; we didn't have to beat it over your head.” Fishel added, “If we're going to try and bring it back, we want to bring it back with the same heart and integrity and innocence that the first one had.

Will Rider Strong Appear on 'Girl Meets World?'

We already know that the roles of Cory and Topanga (played by original stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel) will be reprised in the upcoming “Boy Meets World” spin-off, but what about the all-important question: Is Rider Strong returning as Shawn Hunter?? Hunter released a statement addressing the new show, “Girl Meets World,” and his potential for an appearance… and while it’s not great, he doesn’t entirely shoot it down, either. Or maybe I’m just hoping real hard.

Ben Savage & Danielle Fishel Officially Join 'Girl Meets World'!

Cory and Topanga are back!!! As we reported here and here, details were emerging around speculation that 'Boy Meets World' stars were set to star in a reprisal titled 'Girl Meets World'. Well, to much fanfare, it has now been confirmed that all systems are a go! A Disney Channel rep confirmed: "We can confirm that Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel will reprise their hugely popular roles of Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence, this time as a happily married couple and parents to 13-year-old Riley, from whose point of view the story is told.

More Details on The 'Boy Meets World' Reprisal

More details are starting to emerge about the controversial (do we love this or hate this?) Disney Channel “Boy Meets World” reprisal, set to follow Cory and Topanga’s teenage daughter through her own life experiences. So, what can we expect from this “Girl Meets World?” Well, this is what we know now: The daughter’s name is Riley Matthews. She is thirteen, and has an older brother named Elliot, who is fourteen. The show will follow Riley and her best friend Maya.

New 'Boy Meets World' In the Works?

In a bit of weird news, TVLine is reporting that The Disney Channel is in the early stages of developing a continuation of the long-running series, “Boy Meets World.” WHAT? According to sources, Disney is trying to convince Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel to return to their original roles as Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence. Cory and Topanga married when the sitcom ended its seven-year run on ABC. The series, “Girl Meets World,” would involve following the life of Cory and Topanga’s pre-teen daughter.

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