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Girl Meets World / June 9th, 2015


FanBolt.com interviewed Rowan and Sabrina at the ATX Festival over the weekend about Boy and Girl Meets World.

As fans of Boy Meets World, one of the great things about the series was that I got the chance to grow up with the characters, watching them from middle school through college, so we asked the girls whether or not they’d like to see Girl Meets World take that same route, following them though their college years and possibly beyond, as well as their hopes for the series in general.

“We would love to go as long as we can. As long as what’s natural for the characters. Right now, in season 2, we’re kind of evolving everything and there’s a new level of maturity for all of us, for the writing and for all the kids and even the adults. So I think if we can continue that for as long as we can, we’d love to…So the answer is yes!” laughed Rowan.

Sabrina added,”We’re not going to try to be Boy Meets World because people would just be annoyed. People would hate us! If I was dressed as Shawn and she was dressed as Cory they’d be like ‘get off the screen you prepubescent teenagers.’ So I think, honestly, we’re going to do what we’re going to do. We’re here for our audience and we’re here to help these kids grow and let them live a positive life. We’re a comedy, we’re supposed to make them happy, but we’re also supposed to let them know that it’s ok to be going through things and you’re not the only one that’s going through those things.”

Rowan also noted that she feels the show stands out and is successful because it talks directly to kids as opposed to talking down down at them. “I feel like many kids shows are afraid to talk to kids and they talk down to kids. They kind of treat kids like “Oh, because you’re a kid I’m going to over-explain this.” We feel like it’s our job to talk with these kids and talk with these adults and invite them rather than instruct them.”

Read the rest of this fantastic interview at FanBolt.com here: http://www.fanbolt.com/63361/girl-meets-world-stars-rowan-blanchard-and-sabrina-carpenter-talk-hopes-for-riley-and-maya-at-atx-festival-2015/

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