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.

Mar / September 13th, 2017

Photo Credit: Ben’s Instagram

First off Happy Birthday to Ben Savage! We hope you have such an amazing day. In honor of Ben’s birthday Auggie has shared a never before seen interview with him, Danielle, and Ben that was done before the Girl Meets World came out.  Look how little he was and how insane is it that he predicted the show would end when he was 10 years old?

Source: Auggie’s Instagram

Happy birthday @bensavage! Here is our very 1st unpublished interview PS Sorry for predicting the end of the show ❤️you!!

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Mar / September 2nd, 2017

Mark is doing another auction to donate the proceeds to JJ Watts Fund for Hurricane Harvey victims! This time he is auctioning off an atlas from Boy Meets World! You guys will probably recognize this awesome prop from the show. You can bid on the item via Instagram or Twitter. Highest bid right now is $50!

Source: Marks’ Instagram

 

Boy Meets World/Girl Meets World peops let’s be awesome again. Up for grabs this one of a kind Tiffany & Co. Boy Meets World atlas. Approx 4×6. Money goes to JJ Watts Hurricane Harvey relief fund. Bids begin at $50. Auction ends noon tomorrow. Let’s get after it! @justinjames99 #hurricaneharvey2017 #texasstrong

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Mar / August 29th, 2017

Photo Credit: Alison Rosen’s Twitter

Rider was recently a guest on Alison’s pod cast and she interviewed him about all sorts of things. He talks about directing, acting, Boy Meets World, Girl Meets World and more. You can go here to listen to the pod cast for free. I’ve always loved listening to Rider’s interviews.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/alison-rosen-is-your-new-best/id379453196

Source: alisonrosen.com



Mar / June 6th, 2017

Photo Credit: Will’s Twitter

Rider and Will attended Comic Con Philly this past weekend and were asked about why Girl Meets World was cancelled. I have transcribed the part where they were asked about Girl Meets World. It’s very interesting what they have to say! They both gave some new info and spilled the beans a little bit. If you would like to watch the panel in full I have embedded the video at the bottom of the post. Also the Girl Meets World question starts at 26:24.

Fan: I’m just wondering was there a reason why Girl Meets World was cancelled?

Rider: That’s a really good question. Um no I mean I think. So the company line is that Disney it had sort of flat lined as far as the ratings are concerned. That being said we were still the highest rated show on Disney. I’m not sure. We don’t know exactly.

Will: Disney is famous for having something called the 65 and out rule. Which is no matter where your show is no matter what happens you have 65 episodes and you’re done.

Fan: *hollers in background* stupid rule.

Will: Very. Um the first show a little trivia. The first show that ever went passed the 65 rule was Kim Possible and it did that because of the fans. It was completely and totally brought back because of the fans. But before that it did not matter what your show was, what your ratings were, that was it 65 and you’re done. Then they started to do things like the show with Miley Cyrus which was making them a tragillion dollars a day and they go “Oh why would we cancel this?” but still for the most part they are kind of hard fast. There’s been different shows that have kind of gone four.

Rider: Four seasons is definitely their max and part of that has to do with union. Its really boring but labor union issues with crew. Disney is notorious they keep their Disney Channel shows very cheap and they make them very cheaply and so they have agreements with different contracts so they never want to go over 100 episodes. Um but also I think Girl Meets World started to get older for them. Their goal is to really keep an audience until they want 6 year olds to be able to watch their stuff and stay with them until their 12 when they get over 12 they start phasing out you know the audience so I think they were worried Girl Meets World would get into High School years, and dating, and things that Boy Meets World was able to do because we were on a network. We were on ABC and Disney was worried about the letters they would get and another thing to consider is a lot of the Disney Channel shows could sell ancillary products you know toys, if its a magic based show or someone on the show is a singer they can make concerts. Girl Meets World didn’t have any of those components so I think Disney was kind of like eh it did its thing.



Mar / April 7th, 2017

Bill Daniels recently sad down with Buzzfeed for the fun interview where tells us 7 things we never about Boy Meets World. It was a great little interview with him.

Source and Photo Credit: BuzzFeed Facebook



Mar / March 10th, 2017

Photo Credit: bmwgmw on tumblr

William Daniels will be doing a book singing on March 28th at Book Soup in LA. for his new book “There I Go Again: How I Came to Be Mr. Feeny, John Adams, Dr. Craig, KITT, and Many Others.” which is out in stores now. If you are in the area you should totally go to his signing!  He will also be attending a Book Expo in NYC on June 1 and Book Con on June 3rd!

Source: Bill’s Twitter



Mar / March 4th, 2017

Photo Credit: bmwgmw on tumblr

William Daniel’s who plays Mr Feeny recently released a memoir titled “There I Go Again: How I Came to Be Mr. Feeny, John Adams, Dr. Craig, KITT, and Many Others.” which is out in stores now. He did a book signing for it the other day in NYC and there is also a new interview out with him that he did with ABC news which you can watch below. If you are interested in buying the book you can do so by going here:

https://www.amazon.com/There-Go-Again-Feeny-Others/dp/1612348521



Natalie / December 12th, 2016

Images courtesy of Trulia. Listing agents: Lisa and Scott Sorrentino of Rodeo Realty.

Ever since I was a little girl and watched Boy Meets World on ABC’s TGIF, I’ve always dreamed of running around the backyard with Cory, Shawn, Eric, Topanga and Morgan.  I’ve dreamed of jumping over the fence and talking to Mr. Feeny, and I’ve even dreamed of eating a home cooked meal with Amy and Alan.

And if you’ve dreamed of that, too, thanks to the lovely people at Trulia, you can now purchase this gorgeous 1940’s 2,500 square foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom cozy family home.   This lovely abode is snuggled in the middle of the middle of the Colfax Meadows neighborhood in Studio City, California, and can be all yours for only $1.5 million!

Get ready to pop in your Boy Meets World DVD’s and revisit your childhood with this nostalgic sitcom residence!

If you’d like to learn how you can make this gorgeous home yours, or just to learn more about the house itself, please visit the original article here on Tulia.com

 

 

 



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