A New Boy Meets World Show About Cory And Topanga’s Daughter!

Did you love Boy Meets World as much as we did? In our book, Boy Meets World is kind of legendary. I mean, who here didn’t want to be Topanga or didn’t wish to meet a guy who was (eventually) as sweet and devoted as Cory?!

I have some exciting news: The creator of Boy Meets World, Michael Jacobs, is reportedly at work casting a spin-off series called Girl Meets World that would follow the daughter of Cory and Topanga! How cool is that? Not will some of our favorite characters be back, but this time, the whole plot will revolve around a girl!

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Are you excited about the new Boy Meets World show? Who are some of your favorite Boy Meets World characters? Tell us in the comments!

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  • Heather

    Eric is sooooooooooooo hilarious. I love it when a character can be so loveable, yet so stupid! When I met Will, he was so down to earth. I really admired that about him.

  • Talia

    To Jane’s comment, I had to laugh at how I imagine your face probably looked when you typed that xD !

    I never really watched the show, a bit too young, but from what I’ve seen of it, I agree that it would be hard to follow up on it. That being said, if this is the CREATOR working on a spin-off, can’t it only end well? This was his vision from the start. It’s still his vision, and it’s not as though he would mess with his own characters 🙂

    I think it could be a cute show, but we’ll see!

    • Jane

      Haha, yeah, my face was pretty ridiculous.

      Boy Meets World is loved because it perfectly captured the 90s, and a lot of people grew up with these characters. I think a spin-off is a bad idea. It’ll ruin the memory of the original, no matter who created it.

      But since I don’t rule the world (sadly), I guess I’ll just have to wait and see along with everybody else, right?

  • Jane

    No. No, no, no, no, no.

    Why can’t we, as a culture, leave things well enough alone?