We are an unofficial fan website for the Boy Meets World spin-off series "Girl Meets World". We will bring you all news, photos and media updates on the show.
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Mar Thursday, January 5th, 2017 4:51 pm EST
Originally I was told by sources(and yes I do have them regardless of you doubting me or not) that Netflix was not an option due to contractual issues. However I was told today that Netflix might actually be an option now. Apparently there has been a large fan surge with Netflix. Here is all the contact info you need to get in on “The Move Girl Meets World to Netflix” campaign. Below are phone numbers, links and email addresses for you to use to tell Netflix how much you want Girl Meets World to be on their platform.
Go on the contact form and suggest Girl Meets World:
Mar Monday, January 16th, 2017 11:14 am EST
Girl Meets World’s final episode of season 3 is set to air on January 20th at 6PM EST on Disney Channel. Below are two sneak peeks from the up coming episode titled “Girl Meets Goodbye”. It’s an episode you won’t want to to miss and has a big Boy Meets World cast reunion on it. TV Line also has first look with a photo to which you can go here to see: http://tvline.com/2017/01/16/girl-meets-world-series-finale-spoilers-first-look-photo/
Mar Saturday, January 14th, 2017 4:08 pm EST
In case you all missed it Michael Jacobs (the creator of the show) is in talks to save Girl Meets World. He sat down in an interview with The Wrap and confirmed the fan efforts are working and that other platforms are taking notice of the love the fans have for this show. He says the show outgrew Disney Channel and definitely wants more seasons. One of the things that we thought was very interesting was that he talked if the show does get picked up how he might do a time jump instead of doing a continuation off of season 3. With all of that being said we cannot give up on our campaign efforts to save the show. Head on over to the campaign website to check out all the campaign events that you can get in on. The link to the site is:
“We were pushing down all kinds of walls at Disney, I don’t think they expected or had really ever seen — we would have kept going. We simply outgrew that venue (Disney Channel) That’s why I perceive there might be interest somewhere else, because of the types of stories we could tell.”
On if the storyline’s would continue right into season 4:
“Would you still approach it as the last season?
No. I don’t think there’s anybody out there that wants to buy the last seaosn of anything. If you look at TV shows that have left one network and gone to another, you realize that there’s another venue that looks at something and says this is a mistake that this is done, let’s continue it.”
“I don’t know that we’re doing Season 4 at all, I think we may be doing Season 6. We need to take a look at what surprises — I think the audience would be so shocked and surprise and they would hold in wonderment, if we skipped two years or three years anyway. “
Mar Saturday, January 14th, 2017 10:53 am EST
Dear Girl Meets World fans,
As we all know Girl Meets World will end its final season on Disney Channel on January 20th with “Girl Meets Goodbye” airing at 6PM eastern. As a thank you to the cast, crew, and writers of the show I would love to make a tribute video AND gather impact stories from all of you.
The submissions can either be a video submission or typed out. I would love to get as many fan submissions as possible of you guys thanking them for a wonderful 3 years, explaining why the show means so much to you and explaining how it has impacted your life. If there is a lesson that changed your life we would love to hear about that as well! If the submissions are typed out I’ll just include them on the tribute post right here on the website so that they can be read.
As for the video rules I usually have a 15 second limit but I’m going to put this to 30 seconds. Send us a video to: email@example.com. I must have all of your videos by Friday, January 20th at 12AM EST. Fans of all ages are welcome to participate in this project. If you are on Twitter feel free to tweet a video or your story to us. Our handle is @BMWSequelDotCom. Facebook fans that don’t have Twitter you can comment under the post. Once this project is completed I am going to send it to them. 🙂
Mar Thursday, January 12th, 2017 6:34 pm EST
Several articles just came out where Michael Jacobs talks about Girl Meets Word possibly continuing on other platforms. He says there has been interest due to the fan reaction. He also talks about how they were supposed to have 4 seasons of the show on Disney per contact but that Disney didn’t follow through with it. We have quoted some of the articles below. He also says everyone in the cast would be on board for it to continue. Check out his interview with The Wrap:
“We are certainly having discussions, there are some interested platforms,” he said. “I don’t think ‘Girl should have been canceled. We signed to do four seasons. I thought we would be able to tell stories through four seasons. That’s the way we set it up. It was going to be a remarkable final year. But I understand, things end.”
The fan support was immediate with campaigns targeted at places like Netflix and Hulu. Does that help?
I think there’s no question that the fan reaction to this is noticed. I think what is astounding is the places the fans have picked out for us are incredibly astute. I think in terms of not only what the show is, and what they want it to become, they have picked out those places accordingly. I should say the reason “Girl Meets World” — People always ask me, ‘Why did you go to Disney Channel?’ The original was on ABC. You dance with who brung ya. Disney Channel asked if we were interested in continuing the story. We put it there because that’s where the invitation came from. I think they were excited about seeing what happened to these characters. Within the parameters of the people that invited us, we created an executed a show for that audience. When it was announced, the old “Boy Meets World” fanbase was very excited about coming to this. The immediate realization was that we would not be able to do the exact same tonality we had originally done. And we knew that that might be off-putting to expectations.
However… Whether it was Cory Matthews or Riley Matthews, nothing’s changed as to how a young person grows up. But let me say that, the difference between “Boy Meets World” and “Girl Meets World,” if you examine the first three seasons of the two shows, what we attacked in those first 3 seasons are at least comparable in severity of stories to “Boy” and had we been allowed to continue — we were pushing down all kinds of walls at Disney, I don’t think they expected or had really ever seen — we would have kept going. But it becomes problematic because I think the mandate of that network is younger kids. If you examine what happened, it’s OK, no harm, no foul, we simply outgrew that venue. That’s why I perceive there might be interest somewhere else, because of the types of stories we could tell.
I’m not intimating or suggesting we would go absolutely crazy with license to tell extreme and severe stories. I would, however, love to continue the reality of what happens to these characters as they grow up in this world.
“There are talks underway, but we’re at the very very beginning stages,” series creator Michael Jacobs tells TVLine. “And I can tell you it’s because of the audience’s reaction to the cancellation that there is interest in other places. For anyone in show business, if you ask them why they’re doing something and they say they’re doing it for themselves, they won’t sustain long. Those that answer ‘We’re doing it for the audience’ and mean it, they sustain.”
Mar Thursday, January 12th, 2017 12:15 pm EST
Tanner Kloven of Dallas/For Wroth radio station More Hits 103.7 is taking fan questions via twitter for Sabrina who will be doing a live Facebook event with him in less than 5 hours. If you are on Twitter go tweet him your questions!
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