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Girl Meets World Series Finale: How Did It All End for Riley and Maya?

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The show may be over (for now), but Riley and Maya will be friends forever. 

Girl Meets World's series finale was filled with nostalgic nods to Boy Meets World—including nearly its entire cast and actual clips of the series finale—but there was also no shortage of the friendships and humor that we're deeply going to miss if the show doesn't find a new home. 

We never really thought Topanga (Danielle Fishel) would force her family to move to London when they so clearly did not want to, but apparently the decision was so hard for her that she had to bring in her husband's entire family and two of their high school teachers (with not a single member of her own family in sight) to help. Everyone pretty much told her to follow her heart, so they really weren't very helpful. 

It was, however, great fun to see everybody. Eric (Will Friedle) and Mr. Feeney (William Daniels) still appear to be feuding, and Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) regrets not having adopted Shawn (before Mr. Turner had that horrible motorcycle accident and disappeared forever). Both of the Morgans (Lindsay Ridgeway and Lily Nicksay) showed up as Morgan, with one even tagging the other out and taking over for her in a scene, leaving Auggie (August Maturo) to wonder if he was also going to be replaced. 

Shawn (Rider Strong) also announced that he was going to legally adopt Maya (Sabrina Carpenter), meaning she now has a father, and we're not crying, you are! 

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Meanwhile, the kids prepared to say goodbye to Riley (Rowan Blanchard). It was a goodbye we knew they probably wouldn't actually have to say, but it was sweet to watch them express their love for each other anyway. Cory even got in on the fun with yet another lesson that directly compared to whatever was going on in his daughter's life, no doubt annoying the other kids in the class one last time. 

Of course, Topanga decided not to take the job and uproot her family, and it all had something to do with how she always wished she had a bay window, and the cafe was now her bay window, meaning all the goodbyes were really just a way for the characters to say goodbye to us instead of each other. 

So life will go on for Riley, Maya, and the rest of the crew, and hopefully we'll get to watch it happen if another network or streaming service finds a way to pick up the show. Hopefully this ending was just a new beginning. 

Head to the comments to tell us what you thought of the ending! 

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Girl Meets World series finale recap: A fitting goodbye

After three seasons, Girl Meets World said goodbye. Find out what happened in the recap for “Girl Meets Goodbye.” Warning, spoilers ahead.

If this episode really is the last episode that Girl Meets World ever airs — there are talks of another network picking up the show — then this finale will be a fitting end for the series. Well, that is if you are a big fan of the original Boy Meets World.

Picking up exactly where the previous episode left off, “Girl Meets Goodbye” opens with Riley and Maya reacting to the news that Topanga got a job in London. At school the next day, Riley is confident that no matter what happens, she and Maya will remain friends no matter the distance between them. That is until they remember their third best friend, who they lost contact with when she moved across the road.

On that sad note, it is off to history class, where once again Cory has written Belgium 1831 on the board again. That was the year when Belgium decided to separate from the Untied Kingdom of the Netherlands because it was time for Belgium to set out on its own adventure. Riley is worried about if Belgium stayed in contact with the Netherlands and if it turned out to be a good decision. Cory reassures his daughter that a lot of thought went into the choice, and Topanga will get advice from a lot of people to make the right choice.

When Riley and Maya return home from school, the entire Matthews family, plus Mr. Turner, Mr. Feeney, Shawn and Katey are waiting to help Topanga decide what to do. Both Morgans from the original series are also there. They have a great moment where they help Auggie come to terms with the potential big move. It also leads to Auggie thinking we will be replaced at some point.

Eric is mad at Mr. Feeney and can’t manage one final Feeney call. After that, it is all about each member of the family giving advice to Topangna.

Shawn is finally reunited with Mr. Turner and announces that he is going to adopt Maya. This leads to Mr. Turner admitting that he always regretted not formally adopting Shawn. But still no explanation about where he went after the season 4 finale of Boy Meets World. 

The best advice comes from, of all places, Eric. He tells Topanga to find a quiet place where she can think about what she wants to do … but not to steal his place, which is under the ocean.

Instead, Topanga goes to think at Topanga’s, and she makes her decision. As great as the Matthews would do in London, she is not ready to leave behind all that they have built in New York. One the final scenes finds everybody gathered at Topanga’s. There, Cory repeats the exact same speech he gave to a little Josh in the Boy Meets World finale, complete with cuts back to that scene. This time around it is Maya who says she finally understands what Girl Meets World means.

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Just like the original series, Girl Meets World ends in the classroom with Riley, Maya, Farkle, Lucas, Smackle and Zay telling Cory what they have learned about friendship. And seeing as the Matthews are staying in New York, Farkle erases Belgium 1831 from the board. Things will one day change drastically, just not yet.

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Auggie Matthews: Tell them not to take us away, Aunt Morgan.

Morgan Matthews I: I know what's it like to be the youngest one in the family. You think nobody listening to you or your ideas. But they *are*. You're very important. And they'll take everything you say into consideration.

Auggie Matthews: But how can I be sure everything's going to be okay?

Morgan Matthews I: Because life knows that in order to be the *best* person you can be, sometimes it's good to stay. And sometimes, you gotta go.

Morgan Matthews II: [tags Morgan I out and sits next to Auggie] I was the youngest just like you.

Auggie Matthews: [Alarmed] Is there gonna be another me?

Riley Matthews: Too late. Just you.

Auggie Matthews: Good!

Morgan Matthews II: Just know that your parents are going to make the right decision for you. They always do. Trust them. They'll listen to you. Being the youngest is really important. You're the one they hold on to.

Morgan Matthews I: [returns and sits next to Auggie and Morgan II] Or not.

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List of Girl Meets World episodes

Wikipedia list article

Girl Meets World is an American comedy television series created by Michael Jacobs and April Kelly that aired on Disney Channel from June 27, 2014 to January 20, 2017. The series is a spinoff of Boy Meets World and stars Rowan Blanchard, Ben Savage, Sabrina Carpenter, Peyton Meyer, August Maturo, Danielle Fishel, and Corey Fogelmanis.

The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which Cory is their history teacher. Riley shares a strong relationship with her best friend Maya Hart, who assists her in learning to cope with social and personal issues of adolescence. Several Boy Meets World cast members reprise their roles in the series.

Series overview[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2014–15)[edit]

  • While Corey Fogelmanis becomes listed as a main cast member later in the season, he is a guest star for thirteen episodes.

Special (2015)[edit]

  • This episode aired between the first and second season as part of Disney Channel's "What the What" special event and is not classified as an episode from either season despite being filmed during season two.

Season 2 (2015–16)[edit]

Season 3 (2016–17)[edit]

See also[edit]

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Girl Meets World

American television series

Girl Meets World is an American comedy television series created by Michael Jacobs and April Kelly that aired on Disney Channel from June 27, 2014 to January 20, 2017. The series is a spinoff of Boy Meets World and stars Rowan Blanchard, Ben Savage, Sabrina Carpenter, Peyton Meyer, August Maturo, Danielle Fishel, and Corey Fogelmanis.

The series centers around the life of a young teen girl, Riley Matthews, and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which her father Cory is their history teacher. Riley shares a strong relationship with her best friend Maya Hart, who assists her in learning to cope with social and personal issues of adolescence. Several Boy Meets World cast members reprise their roles in the series.

Premise

It has been several years since Cory and Topanga Matthews moved to New York City. The series follows their daughter, Riley Matthews, and her best friend, Maya Hart, as they navigate challenges of life and school. Following along with them are their classmates Lucas Friar and Farkle Minkus and Riley's younger brother Auggie.

Episodes

Main article: List of Girl Meets World episodes

Cast

Main article: List of Girl Meets World characters

Production

Development

In November 2012, it was reported that Disney Channel was in the early stages of development of a follow-up series titled Girl Meets World, which would center on Cory and Topanga's 12-year-old daughter Riley. The original idea for the series was developed by Corey Marsh, an executive director at Disney Channel, who approached Michael Jacobs, co-creator of Boy Meets World, to produce a similar series for a new generation of children as executive producer and showrunner.[2] The idea was to create a modern version of the show from a different perspective to the original.[2] On November 26, 2012, it was confirmed by Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel that they would be reprising their roles as Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence-Matthews in the series.[3][4] In February 2013, it was announced that Michael Jacobs had reached out to all of the former Boy Meets World cast members to take part in the new series.[5] On June 17, 2013, Disney Channel officially greenlit a series order for Girl Meets World, which began production that summer.[6] On January 23, 2014, the first season order was increased from its initial 13-episode count to 20 in order to make a full season.[7] On May 2, 2014, a full trailer for Girl Meets World was released.[citation needed] On May 21, 2014, the pilot episode became available as a preview to users on the various Watch Disney Channel mobile and television apps which require TV Everywhere authentication to watch. Following the TV premiere of the pilot, the episode "Girl Meets Sneak Attack" was made available via the apps.[8] On June 13, 2014, the pilot was made available for free on iTunes. On August 6, 2014, Girl Meets World was renewed for a second season by Disney Channel.[7] The second season premiered on May 11, 2015.[9] The third season of Girl Meets World was announced on November 25, 2015.[10] The third season premiered on June 3, 2016.

Casting

Auditions began in mid-November 2012 for the lead roles of Riley Matthews, the daughter of Cory and Topanga, Maya, a witty friend of Riley's who has a troubled past, and Elliot, Riley's older brother. By the end of January 2013, Rowan Blanchard and Sabrina Carpenter were cast as Riley and Maya, respectively.[11][12]Teo Halm was tapped for the role of Elliot in early March.[13] Filming of the pilot began on March 20, 2013,[14] and concluded on March 22, 2013.[15]Rider Strong and Will Friedle made a surprise visit to the set, sparking rumors of a return, or at least a cameo appearance, in the upcoming series.[16]Maitland Ward also made a visit to the set and was asked about the return of her character, Rachel McGuire. Ward said, "I can't really share any show info, but it would be fun if the old gang got back together again!"[17] On October 5, 2013, Teo Halm announced on Twitter that he was no longer involved with the series. A report by TVLine suggested the series was undergoing creative changes after the pilot and his character was ultimately written out of the series.[18] On March 12, 2014, it was announced that Lee Norris would reprise his role of Stuart Minkus.[19] On March 18, 2014, it was announced that Rider Strong would reprise his role of Shawn Hunter.[20] On December 3, 2014, it was announced that Will Friedle would reprise his role of Eric Matthews, beginning with the second season, along with William Daniels reprising his role as George Feeny in a larger role.[21] On February 3, 2015, it was announced that Trina McGee would reprise her role as Angela Moore and Blake Clark would reprise his role of Chet Hunter.[22][23] On April 7, 2015, it was announced that Anthony Tyler Quinn would reprise his role as Jonathan Turner.[24] On June 5, 2015, it was announced that Matthew Lawrence would reprise his role as Jack Hunter.[25] On April 1, 2016, it was announced that Reginald VelJohnson would guest star in an episode as a police officer, a nod to VelJohnson's previous role in a different TGIF sitcom, officer Carl Winslow of Family Matters.[26] On July 28, 2016, it was announced that Lily Nicksay and Lindsay Ridgeway, both of whom portrayed Morgan Matthews, would appear in the season three finale.[27]

Ending

On January 4, 2017, the series' writers stated on their group Twitter account that they were informed by Disney Channel that the series would not be renewed for a fourth season.[28][29] Viewers of the series led a fan campaign appealing to Netflix to renew the program, noting that as the characters aged, the show was beginning to outgrow Disney Channel's target demographic.[30] Jacobs expressed "I don't think Girl should have been cancelled" and stated he would be interested in continuing the series, revealing that the process was in its "beginning stages" with "interested platforms".[31][32] The cancellation of the series sparked attention in the media. Janelle Okwodu of Vogue reported that the announcement "sent shockwaves through social media—in part because it meant one less realistic depiction on-screen of what it is to be a young woman".[33] Of the series, TVLine reporter Andy Swift suggested that it "maybe shouldn’t have been canceled so soon into its run",[34] and Brandon Katz of Forbes commented "the series laid out countless positive moral lessons for its young viewers".[35]Bustle reporter Sabienna Bowman described the program as a "landmark show", stating, "Girl Meets World captured the hearts of the bright, socially aware generation who have grown up in the age of social media", while commending how it dealt with issues centered around young women.[36]

After four months of searching for a viable network, on May 3, 2017, co-creator Jacobs confirmed that he was unable to come to an agreement with any outlet to continue the show, thus effectively ending the series.[37]

Broadcast

The series originally premiered in the United States on Disney Channel and in Canada on Family Channel on June 27, 2014.[38][39] The series premiered on Disney Channel in Australia on August 25, 2014, and in the United Kingdom and Ireland on August 29, 2014.[40][41] In the Balkan countries, Greece, the Middle East and Africa, the series began airing on Disney Channel on November 15, 2014.[42] The series started airing on Disney Channel in Canada on September 1, 2015;[43][44] the episode "Girl Meets I Am Farkle" premiered on Disney Channel in Canada on September 3, 2015, which was before its initial airing in the U.S. on September 11, 2015. In India, the series premiered on October 30, 2017 on Disney International HD.[citation needed]

Reception

Critical

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gives the series an 83% approval rating based on reviews from 18 critics. The site's consensus states: "Though not quite as comical, Girl Meets World sweetly shares the nostalgia of its predecessor, Boy Meets World, with its young audience while providing positive moral values for today's youth."[45] Metacritic gives the series a score of 64 based on reviews from 10 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[46] The series premiere received positive reviews. Kevin Fallon of The Daily Beast called it a "perfectly pleasant Disney Channel show".[47]Rob Owen of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said it was "a cute half-hour that capably introduces new characters and sets the table for the new series".[48] Diane Werts of Newsday said the series "does its job of bringing tween-based family viewing into the 2010s".[49]

Ratings

Awards and nominations

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Despite bringing the Disney Channel series to a full-circle conclusion, Friday’s Girl Meets World finale left a few loose ends untied — and you’d better believe that was intentional.

But before we talk about what wasn’t in the episode, let’s quickly recap what actually went down: For starters, Riley’s friends braced themselves for a future without her, including Lucas, who (rather quickly) accepted that they would break up if she moved to London. Maya, on the other hand, knew full well that no amount of distance could ever hurt their friendship. And you knew it was a series finale when Zay got his long-overdue props; Riley assured him that their friend group wasn’t officially complete until he joined it.

The cherry on top of the finale was, of course, the monstrous smattering of original Boy Meets World cast members that returned to help Riley figure out… something. (I know the gang had good intentions, but somewhere between Eric yelling at Feeny and Morgan pretending like she wasn’t clearly two separate people, I feel like things kind of went off the rails.) But it was all worth it to see Shawn tell Maya that he wanted to adopt her, then hearing Mr. Turner admit he always regretted not doing the same for Shawn. (Just stab me directly in the heart, why don’t you?!)

Interestingly enough, even though Mr. Turner regrets not adopting Shawn back in their Boy Meets World days, series creator Michael Jacobs says there’s no way it was ever going to happen.

“To create closure in any circumstance, you have to be certain that it’s what the audience wants and it’s the right thing to do,” Jacobs explains. “If Shawn was adopted by Turner — remember, the Matthews also wanted to adopt him — that would have been a betrayal of his father. Chet Hunter was such an interesting character, and Shawn’s chasing after his father was so remarkable. I wanted to sustain it. There was something instinctive in me that said, ‘Being adopted was not his happiness.’ Just like there was something in me that said, ‘Maya Hart is the beginning of Shawn’s happiness.’ She attracted Shawn to the idea that he could be a father and a husband someday. That’s why we wrote the Turner line. You think your closure is going to come from one place, but no.”

Jacobs adds that he “didn’t want anything to change in the end,” which is why — surprise! — Topanga decided to turn down the job and keep her family in New York. (Fun fact: Corey Fogelmanis tells TVLine, “It would be really dramatic, but I kind of wanted the Matthews to actually move away. But I’m really happy with this ending, too.”)

OK, time to reveal what you didn’t see… If you were caught off guard by Eric and Feeny’s suddenly hostile relationship, don’t worry, you didn’t miss anything. Their drama is of a behind-the-scenes nature:

“Will Friedle [as Eric] did a YouTube video where he announced that he’d be running for president, and it got a spectacular amount of views and reaction,” Jacobs explains. “So we were talking about this episode, and he said, ‘I want to do something that tantalizes the audience as far as the relationship between Eric and Feeny. They’re going to expect me to go up to him and do the Feeny call.’ So I said, ‘Let’s go the other way. Let’s have you upset with each other.’ He goes, ‘I love that! Why?’ And I go, ‘That’s up to you.’ So I wrote the script for him and we put in the conflict, and Will Friedle will reveal what happens between Eric and Feeny and why. I think that will be a lovely YouTube video someday.”

So, what did you think of the finale? Do you hope the show finds new life on another network or streaming service? Grade “Girl Meets Goodbye” below, then drop a comment with your full review of the episode/series.

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Riley has officially met the world after three seasons. “Girl Meets World” aired its series finale on Disney Channel Friday, and the emotional episode featured the Matthews family contemplating a life-changing move to London. Though Topanga has an exciting job opportunity, her decision isn’t an easy one.

The episode, titled “Girl Meets Goodbye,” starts when Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) remember that they used to have a third best friend…until she moved across the street. They aren’t sure their friendship can survive the distance. Maya isn’t the only one that’s depressed. It’s all of their friends.

Cory (Ben Savage) assures Riley that Topanga (Danielle Fishel) is going to make a good decision. They come home to find that she has called in reinforcements to advise her. Everyone from “Boy Meets World” is there. Mr. Feeny (William Daniels), Harley (Danny McNulty), Minkus (Lee Norris) and all of Cory’s family, including both versions of Morgan (Lily Nicksay and Lindsay Ridgeway), are there. “I don’t think we’ve ever been in the same place at the same time,” the brunette Morgan says. The blonde Morgan agrees.

Shawn (Rider Strong) points out that leaving Philadelphia brought him a wonderful family with Katy (Cheryl Texiera) and Maya. Mr. Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn) interrupts for a brief moment to say how happy he is for Shawn. He says that he regrets not ever adopting Shawn, and it looks like Shawn won’t make the same mistakes. He hands Maya adoption papers. “I’m Maya Hunter,” she smiles.

Brunette Morgan assures Auggie (August Maturo) that his family is listening to his opinion, even though he is the youngest. She tells him that sometimes people have to leave. That’s when she steps aside for Blonde Morgan to give advice. Auggie is thoroughly confused by the two Morgans situation. (“Boy Meets World” fans aren’t though. Morgan was replaced halfway through the series. Both actresses returned.)

Mr. Feeny, of course, has the advice they really want. The teacher wants them to go, but he remembers that Topanga didn’t follow his advice about Yale, either. He knows she’ll make her own well-informed decision. Eric (Will Friedle) tells Topanga to just listen to her heart and find her favorite quiet place.

Riley’s friends gather at Topanga’s and tell her how much they care about her. Maya, however, is still in denial. Josh (Uriah Shelton) comes to comfort Maya, and she realizes that her best friend in the world is actually leaving. Lucas (Peyton Meyer) takes Riley outside for a chat. It isn’t exactly a breakup, but he promises that Riley will always be fondly remembered as his first girlfriend. Riley hopes he becomes a vet, and Lucas hopes she stays the same optimistic person she has always been.

In one last scene at the bay window, Riley and Maya find Auggie and Ava (Ava Kolker) saying goodbye. The girls sit down after the young ones leave, but there isn’t much to be said. “Goodbye Riley,” Maya tearfully says.

Cory takes Riley, Maya and Auggie to Topanga’s, where they find Topanga herself sitting in a dark corner. She found her quiet place and reveals she has made her decision. “You’ve always done what’s best for us, so do this one for you,” Cory says. Her family promises they’ll be fine and they won’t talk her out of this decision.

Topanga knows that London could be excited. “The place I love running is this place that we’re in right now. Where you’re friends come in and you plan the best next steps of your life, like we’re doing right now. This is my bay window, and I’m not leaving it.”

The episode ends with Cory recalling what he once told Josh in the finale of “Boy Meets World,” which is complete with flashbacks, of course. He told Josh and he tells Riley that the world will teach her lessons and give her the friends and family she relies on. “Girl meets world,” Riley says.

“Now I get it,” Maya adds.

Riley asks Maya to make her one promise. “Time and distance have no power over us. You and I are together for as long as we live,” Riley says. They call out “thunder” and “lightning” one last time before the series ends.

Though Disney Channel didn’t officially cancel “Girl Meets World” until earlier this month, the episode makes it clear that the cast and crew had some idea the show would be ending. Creator Michael Jacobs is hoping to find a different network that will pick up the show.

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