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‘Boy Meets World’ Cast Reunites for ‘Girl Meets World’ Finale

Talk about a Flashback Friday!

The cast of the ’90s ABC sitcom “Boy Meets World” reunited this week to film the Season 3 finale of its Disney Channel spin-off, “Girl Meets World.”

Girl Meets World” chronicles the lives of original characters Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) as they raise their kids Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Auggie (August Maturo) in New York City.

The Disney Channel has yet to release plot details for the season finale, but they did release this photo of the combined casts of both shows on Thursday. “Girl Meets World” writers tweeted that characters from “Boy Meets World” will help Riley with a major life decision. Check out the photo below.

Joining Cory (front row, 4th from right) and Topanga (front row, 2nd from left) are “Boy Meets World” alums (back row, left) Shawn (Rider Strong), Harvey (Danny McNulty), Alan (William Russ), Amy (Betsy Randle), Minkus (Lee Norris), Eric (Will Friedle) and Jonathan (Anthony Tyler Quinn). Interestingly, the two actresses that played Cory’s sister Morgan, Lily Nicksay (front row, 2nd from right) and Lindsay Ridgeway (front row, far right) also appear. And of course, beloved principal Mr. Feeney (Williams Daniels) finds himself right in the center.

Noticeably absent from the reunion photo are Matthew Lawrence, who played Jack on “Boy Meets World,” and Trina, who played Angela. Both actors appeared in episodes of “Girl Meets World.”

The writers’ tweets and massive cast reunion fueled speculation that the episode would mark “Girl Meet’s World” series finale. A network rep has said episodes of “Girl Meets World” will continue to air in 2017, but there’s “no news to share” on a fourth season renewal.

Regardless, this reunion photo and show will undoubtedly delight fans of the original sitcom, which aired as part of ABC’s T.G.I.F line-up from 1993 to 2000.

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