Girl Meets World Cancelled: These days, nostalgia rules the entertainment sector. Star Wars is once again the most talked-about film franchise, Fuller House is possibly Netflix’s most popular series ever, and Lethal Weapon has been given a second chance after four films. However, nostalgia was insufficient to salvage Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World.
After three seasons, the show has been officially cancelled by the network. Despite the popularity of the original ABC sitcom Boy Meets World from the 1990s, the spinoff will be cancelled after 69 episodes.
Girl Meets World Cancelled By Disney Channel’s, Star
This isn’t surprising, given that the show’s popularity has declined from a high of 5.16 million people for the series debut to an average of 1.5 million viewers for the third season. It does, however, imply that the industry’s current infatuation with revivals, sequels, and spinoffs isn’t immune to low ratings.
It’s probable that continuous comparisons to the original series harmed Girl Meets World throughout the course of its run, which isn’t unusual for nostalgic ventures these days (see: Gilmore Girls revival). While the series taught its young viewers some excellent moral lessons, it was never quite as funny as its predecessor.
Series finale of the show will air on January 20
“I report to this beautiful audience that our show is done with incredible pleasure in our work and complete grief that things end,” the show’s creators wrote on Twitter. “I just got the call, and I’d like to express my gratitude to this audience for their unwavering support and devotion. Please watch the episodes from January. We’ll leave you with three fantastic mementos from a show we’re extremely proud of. Looking back, I can assure you that we did our absolute best for you.”
Rowan Blanchard, who starred in the show
Riley Matthews (Blanchard), the daughter of original series characters Cory and Topanga, navigated the challenges of puberty in Girl Meets World. Many of the Boy Meets World characters, including Ben Savage (Cory), Danielle Fishel (Topanga), Rider Strong (Shawn Hunter), and others, reprised their roles in the spinoff.