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Trina McGee and Maitland Ward were reunited on November 6th at the red carpet for a fashion show at Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA. They were interviewed separately. Trina said it was natural for the new generation to be with the old generation as they’re passing on lessons to the kids.
FoxNews.com interviewed Maitland (Rachel) about what she’s been up to, projects, and she talks about Boy/Girl Meets World , and if she’s returning to Girl Meets World for a guest spot.
“Boy Meets World” had a steady fan base during its seven-year run, and it has only grown in popularity since the show went into syndication. With spinoff “Girl Meets World” in its second season, Ward couldn’t be more proud of the show she worked on.
“I think it’s great for a new generation of kids especially because their parents watched all of us on the show,” she explained. “To raise your kids with the same thing, except a different version, I think it’s a really cool thing, and it’s a great moral show and good values for kids to grow up with.”
And Ward couldn’t be happier re-connecting with her old cast members.
“Ever since the new show came around, everybody got in touch again –even though I had talked to them over the years quite a bit but separately. The show has really brought everyone back together, and that’s what’s really special about it too.”
If she’s returning to Girl Meets World:
“Yes, it’s always in the possibility coming up. I’ve had a lot of talks about it. Definitely a possibility.”
Michael Jacobs talked to TVLine yesterday at the ATX Festival and he teased some details on who Farkle’s mom is. She is someone from Boy Meets World who will be returning in Season 2 of Girl Meets World.
“You have seen her a number of times [on BMW],” Jacobs told TVLine on Thursday at the ATX Television Festival. “She’s the last person you would believe is married to Minkus. She will be radically different and evolved, and I believe you will love the reappearance of this character.”
When pushed to elaborate on the actress in question, Jacobs said, “She was so happy and proud. She did a couple of episodes for us [on Boy Meets World]. She asked, ‘Was I indelible to you that way?’ And I said, ‘Absolutely.’ She is to [the viewers], too; you’ve just forgotten.”
Rowan also spilled some details on Eric and Jack’s reunion:
“Jack’s storyline is mainly with Eric, which is cool, because they were best buddies on Boy Meets World,” Blanchard teased. “The whole Rachel situation definitely comes up, and you’ll get some closure on that. … We want to have her back at some point, but she doesn’t appear this season.”
Maitland Ward, who played Rachel on Boy Meets World, says the positive environment on set influenced the show’s impact on its audience.
Live Starring You interviewed Maitland Ward. Maitland Ward said after 10 years, people still come up to her and tell her how much BMW meant to them:
“People always want to tell me how much the show meant to them, which is really special, she said. “And it’s gotten more so over the years.”
Maitland Ward said why Boy Meets World was and is still is so popular:
“It was never preachy and never talked down to the audience,” Maitland said. “The whole family relationship is a really special thing to have, just this bond with Corey’s family. It was just such as stable environment, I just think that lasts with me.”
Maitland Ward also said that Girl Meets World will have the same life lessons and moral values.
To read about how the characters were written, about how Michael Jacobs cared about his cast/crew and possible Boy Meets World guest stars/cameos, read the interview here.
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