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A Sequel Series for 'Boy Meets World' in the Works?

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Nov. 4 2012, Published 3:12 a.m. ET

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File this one under Things We Hope Come True!

TVLine is reporting that the Disney Channel is in the very early stages of developing a sequel series to the beloved Boy Meets World, which aired on ABC from 1993 to 2000 and is still in syndication on ABC Family.

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The series, currently called Girl Meets World, would bring Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence back to our TV screens as the parents of a pre-teen girl we imagine would be just as precocious as her parents were in the original series. Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel are being courted to reprise their roles, but no decisions have been made yet.

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Um. We love this idea! Especially if they could get back all of the original cast (Rider Strong, aka Shawn Hunter, we're talking to you, buddy!).

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Since the show wrapped its seven-year run, Ben has appeared on Bones, Chuck and Without a Trace, but his biggest accomplishment is probably graduating from Stanford University with a political science degree in 2004. Rider's most well-known project post-BMW was 2002's Cabin Fever. He graduated from Columbia University with an English degree in 2004, and has channeled most of his creative energy into writing. Danielle dated Lance Bass, hosted The Dish on The Style Network, and as of 2010, was planning on completing a degree in psychology at California State University, Fullerton. It seems that Will Friedle, who played Cory's older brother Eric Matthews, has done mostly voiceover work since wrapping BMW and dating Jennifer Love Hewitt (back in 1997).

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