Welcome to BMWSequel.com, an unofficial fan website for the cast members, writers, and crew of Boy Meets World spin-off series "Girl Meets World". Since Girl Meets World is officially not coming back BMWSequel.com will now be used to support the cast, writers, and the crews other projects. We will bring you the latest news, photos and media updates on all of them.

Girl Meets World / May 6th, 2013 / No Comments



Check out Sabrina Carpenter singing Rihanna’s “Stay”. She is amazing! Check out her Youtube Channel below to see other covers she has done.


Girl Meets World / May 3rd, 2013 / No Comments


We now have a Gallery where all the pictures of Girl Meets World are neatly organized. In the future we may add new albums for “Fan Pictures” and such.

Check out our Gallery here: http://bmwsequel.com/community/index.php?/gallery/

You can also click “Gallery” on top of the Homepage!

Girl Meets World / April 30th, 2013 / 4 Comments



We are proud to say that we will have an upcoming interview with an actor from ‘Boy Meets World’.  It will be posted on here, so stay tuned!

Girl Meets World / April 30th, 2013 / No Comments


Picture credit Rowan’s Instagram.

Rowan and Sabrina attended the 2013 Radio Disney Awards on April 27th! Click on see more of the entry for more photos. Brooke Hyland from the LifeTime TV Show ‘Dance Moms ‘ is the girl in the picture of Sabrina holding the phone! You can follow her on twitter via @BrookeHyland1. Rowan is really good friends with her. 🙂

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Girl Meets World / April 30th, 2013 / No Comments

Pic Credit Sabrina Carpenters Instagram.

For those of you that don’t know this and want to know what he is up to since ‘Boy Meets World’ Rider Strong (Shawn) is part of a pod cast called “Literary Disco”. If you would like to listen to him you can do so by going here:


And don’t forget you can follow him on Twitter as well www.twitter.com/RiderStrong



Girl Meets World / April 29th, 2013 / No Comments


(Click on the picture to see it in full size.)

Picture credit @shallstone on Twitter. He met Danielle and shared this picture with her on Twitter.  https://twitter.com/shallstone

Girl Meets World / April 27th, 2013 / No Comments

BMW Ending
As everyone (or many people) know, Boy Meets World was an unique television show that focused on a young boy who’s name is “Cory Matthews” grows up, and faces problems with friends, family, and school. A talented girl has written an article about Boy Meets World for her college assignment (Great choice!). She gave us permission to publish her article on our website. Her Twitter account is https://twitter.com/@alyssaday. Scroll down to read the amazing article.

How Boy Met, and Conquered, the Small-Screen World

The idea behind Boy Meets World is simple. An average, middle class American boy from Philadelphia learns tough lessons through navigating life and his relationships. Cory Matthews truly met the world he was living in by confronting the harsh realities of the world around him with the help of family, friends, and his teachers. The family situation comedy originally aired in 1993 on ABC and was a staple of the “TGIF” line-up. Using humor in popular teenage situations, Boy Meets World often acted as a platform to inform teens about polarized topics and issues.

While Boy Meets World based many episodes around how Cory dealt with uncomfortable situations or interacted with others, it was definitely not just the Cory Matthews show. Without Cory’s close bonds with friends and family, the traditional familial values the series often portrayed would not be as influential. As time went on, these characters gained bigger and bigger roles. Like Cory’s best friend, Shawn.

Shawn Hunter is the only other character who starred in all 158 episodes alongside Cory (imdb.com). Unlike his counterpart, Shawn is a deeper and darker character, having experienced great wrongs in his life. Having grown-up in a trailer park surrounded by a dysfunctional family, he was left vulnerable with deep emotional scars. No matter how lost Shawn felt, Cory was there to build him up again. Shawn portrayed many realistic views of lower class America, and teenagers who may grow up too fast.

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