Disney Channel

Boy Meets World

The most important TV news of the week was, perhaps, overshadowed by Two and a Half Men’s titular half man Angus T. Jones and his sudden, spiritually motivated disavowal of the series that he’s starred in for ten years. So what could possibly be more significant than an actor calling his own show “filth”? New information about the Disney Channel’s Boy Meets World sequel, of course! Girl Meets World—a follow-up to the ’90s ABC sitcom about adolescent (and later, young adult), PG-13 level tribulations that featured life lessons delivered by a wise, omnipresent neighbor/teacher/senior citizen BFF—is still in the early stages of development and will reportedly focus on the tween daughter of Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence, the original series’ main lovebirds. (Yup, that’s right, it looks like we finally have proof that Cory + Topanga = 4 Eva!) While the sequel news broke earlier in November, this week it was announced that Boy Meets World actors Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel will be reprising their roles for the pilot. After the announcement was made, everyone across this great land started passionately high-fiving each other (figuratively but probably also literally).



With fall shows wrapped, Mad Men and Game of Thrones winding down, and the Louie and True Blood season premieres still weeks away, it’s the perfect time to curl up in front of your television set or computer (which actually seems really uncomfortable) and indulge in a little vintage TV series binge. While most of your old favorites are probably available to you on DVD, Netflix, or Hulu, several noteworthy classics inexplicably and unjustly aren’t. In some cases, no one even had the foresight to record every single episode back when they originally aired and then do their duty to mankind by illegally uploading the series onto YouTube or selling bootleg copies through shady-looking websites and, honestly, that’s just infuriating. If Emily’s Reasons Why Not – a 2006 Heather Graham snoozer that only aired one episode – is on DVD, then surely the following superior series should be released.



You’ve most likely seen the standees of the High School Musical 3 cast at your local cineplex. Now, you can see the trailer from the film, courtesy of Disney. And here it is for all you Troy Bolton fans…

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published: 01.28.2015
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