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‘Boy Meets World’ Alums To Film Documentary On Podcast Series

The Boy Meets World cast members Danielle Fishel (Topanga Lawrence), Rider Strong (Shawn Hunter), Will Friedle (Eric Matthews), Trina McGee (Angela Moore), William Daniels (Mr. Feeny), Bonnie Bartlett Daniels (Dean Lila Bolander), Betsy Randle (Amy Matthews), William Russ (Alan Matthews and Anthony Tyler Quinn (Jonathan Turner) reunited on Saturday for a panel at ’90s Con in Hartford, Connecticut.

Boy Meets World was on ABC from 1993 to 2000 for seven seasons. The series later had a spinoff, Girl Meets World, that ran from 2014 to 2017 for three seasons on the Disney Channel.

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Fishel, Strong, and Friedle — who co-host the Pod Meets World podcast — shared some news with the fans about a new project.

“We aren’t even sure if it’s ever gonna go anywhere or not. We’re not necessarily intending on doing anything with it. But like, Bon [Bonnie Bartlett Daniels] mentioned, this has been such an amazing group of people that we have been able to stay in touch with for all this time,” Fishel said. “It really kicked into high gear last year when we started the podcast and we started doing some live shows.”

Fishel continued, “So, at some point, Rider, the creator of the idea of the podcast, also said to us, ‘Do you think we should record any of this and do like a documentary of the experiences?'”

Fishel said they “have this footage of us on the show,” but they “don’t have a ton of behind-the-scenes footage.”

“We have some, but not a lot. And [Rider] said, ‘I think there’s going to be a time whether it’s in five years, 10 years or another 30 years where we’re going to look back on the experience that we’re all having now and wish we could relive it and experience it again,'” she said. “So, we have a little film crew who has been interviewing fans at our live shows who’s here with us this weekend. And, you know, went to dinner with all of us last night.”

“Even if we never air it anywhere, it’s just for us,” Fishel added. “But yeah, we’re really excited about it.”

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