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This letter was written to Gary Marsh by a 19 year old fan named Taylor.She is a huge fan of Girl Meets World, Boy Meets World Ben, Danielle, Cory, and Topanga. It is so wonderfully written and explains so beautifully why Girl Meets World should not only get another season but many more seasons. I really wanted to share this with you all.
Mr. Gary Marsh:
I am writing to express my concern about the possibility of Disney Channel deciding to cancel “Girl Meets World.” I’m not quite sure why this would even be a possibility, considering the show’s place on your channel, as the number one show, but I am very shocked and distraught by this news. I would like to explain to you, though the feat may be impossible to put into words, why “Girl Meets World” should definitely not be canceled.
This show is, to be simply put, everything. I have never in my lifetime seen another show that can accomplish what it does in every episode (besides its predecessor, “Boy Meets World”). No other show on your channel, or on television for that matter, can teach such amazingly important lessons while completely entertaining the audience. This show has me rolling over with laughter and yet learning things that my college courses are only beginning to cover. Exposing children to these kinds of lessons is very important, as they are our future. They need to see these ideas brought to life so they can do as children do, and imitate what they see. If all the world were to see “Girl Meets World,” we would be in a much safer, more beautiful place. I cannot begin to thank Michael Jacobs and the writers, cast, and crew for what they do.
This morning Michael tweeted “Both Morgans” which has caused a lot of speculation that Morgan might be returning to the show and will be played by both actresses. If she’s returning then this is great news and we can’t wait to both Lindsay and Lily back in the role!
Michael we hope you have a fantastic birthday! Thank you so much for creating to wonderful shows and many others for us to watch! You and the writers do such a fantastic job with Girl Meets World. We can’t wait to see what new and fun things you guys have in store for us viewers.
Wesley Staples who is on the production staff of Girl Meets World and also the kids set teacher uploaded the above photo onto his Instagram account. It is very similar to the beginning of the opening credits for Boy Meets World’s 7th season! I guess we will have to wait until June 3rd to find out.
Linda Ge who is a reporter from TheWrap.com, is going to be interviewing Michael Jacobs (Creator of Boy / Girl Meets World) this week. Make sure you tweet her any questions that you may have before Thursday February, 18th. Her Twitter handle is: https://twitter.com/lindazge
According to Variety.com, Emmy-nominated Ray Colcord, passed away at age 66. He had been battling pancreatic cancer for four years prior to his passing on February 5th of this year. Not only did he compose the theme music for Boy Meets World, but he also composed for Dinosaur, Big Brother, 227, The Facts of Life, Silver Spoon, My Two Dads, The Simpsons and many more iconic TV shows and films. He received an Emmy nomination for the theme he composed for Singer & Sons which is a sitcom in the 90s. He is also credited with getting Aerosmith to sign their label as well as many other amazing achievements. Girl Meets World cast members took to social media to share their condolences on the tragic loss. Ray Colcord is survived by his wife, Madeleine, his brother, Marc and his son, Alex. You can learn more about his television and film contributions here. RIP Ray. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
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