Friday, May 2, 2014

It's Girl Meets World

Since I seem to be talking about things I loved as a 90's kid, what better to talk about than the new Girl Meets World trailer that Disney just released?

With it, they've also released a series premiere date which is June 27th!

Check out the trailer below and then we'll discuss the good ol' days:

Growing up there was no better couple for me than Cory and Topanga. I mean, come on, they loved each other since they were like 7 (I know in the show they say 3 but we ALL saw the earlier years and we know that Cory just thought Topanga was goofy). When I think about the 90's this is the first show that comes to my mind. I loved watching Cory and Shawn get into trouble when they were little and grow up together, experience firsts of all sorts and go off to college. When the show ended, it truly felt like my childhood did too.

When I heard they were making a sequel show, I was VERY skeptical. Could they really capture what I loved about the original show? Because that show was magic. By all accounts, it wasn't all that different than the other 90's family sitcom--Full House, Step By Step, Growing Pains--yet, it always felt different to me. Funnier, more gripping and loaded with heart. I found myself caring about each character.

Then Disney announced that it was bringing Bed Savage (Cory Matthews) and Danielle Fishel (Topanga Lawrence) back and was going to focus on their daughter who will be the same age as Cory when the show originally aired. That was promising. Then all the other old cast members were visiting the set. We started getting photos of them with their younger counterparts and all of a sudden, I found myself believing in it.

I'm so excited to experience this show again but this time I'll be like Cory and Topanga, watching their daughter like she was mine. It'll be fun to feel like just part of the old gang and seeing new adventures.

I found these photos from EW of a cast photo in the beginning and one now that just makes me smile:
I can't stop smiling just looking at them all grown up and I really can't wait to see how the new show is going to work.

Are you guys as excited as I am?

1 comment:

  1. +JMJ+

    I'm excited, too! Boy Meets World was a good show--and after it finally went off the air, I tried to watch other shows which Michael Jacobs had produced. So I'm especially thrilled to hear that he's also involved with Girl Meets World! =D

    The photo of the cast all grown up is lovely . . . but I hadn't realised that William Daniels was so old and it makes me sad all of a sudden! Mr. Feeney was a great character, up there with Mr. Miyagi!


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