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Girl Meets World often takes advantage of being a TV sequel by using Boy Meets World to inform some of its stories. Now, the comedy is heading back to a dark time in Cory and Topanga's past.
The Disney Channel has done some great things over the years, including but not limited to introducing Disney Channel Original Movies and creating a Boy Meets World spinoff. Now the channel is trying something even more epic.
Who among us, as a young person, didn’t have dreams of meeting (or even dating) our favorite teen heart throbs and hotties? It would probably be fair to say that most of us did, in fact, have some intense imaginings about our chosen stars. Well, one young New Yorker has just made her own dreams come true.
While primetime is generally the most important part of the programming block for many networks, it's not quite as important for children's networks, where the full day is geared to attract young eyes. Disney knows this, and now it has bragging rights.
One of the most celebrated movies in the world, The Lion King is soon coming back into our lives in a huge way, as Disney Channel and Disney Junior are gearing up for a TV movie sequel and follow-up series. Casting has mostly been completed, and we will be hearing voice actors both new to the franchise and some that are quite familiar.
Older Girl Meets World viewers can get down with the many callbacks to the flagship series Boy Meets World. Many leads from the latter show have returned, but there’s one we haven’t seen yet: Jack Hunter. Scratch that, because here he is!
Unfortunately, or fortunately, which ever way you look at it, most Disney stars will always be recognized for their childhood roles. One prime example of this is Raven-Symoné. There’s no getting away from her role as Raven Baxter on That’s So Raven.
Before the $1.2 billion juggernaut that was Frozen, the $600 million Tangled was actually considered a huge hit at the box office. Well, it appears somebody else remembers this tragically overlooked film, and it's getting its own brand new TV series!
For over 70 years, we’ve been watching one Disney villain after another create havoc for some of the most beloved heroes of fiction, and now it’s time for those ruffians to pass the torch. Check out the offspring-filled trailer for Descendants.
By serving itself up as a sequel series instead of a reboot, Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World is allowed to be a haven for Boy Meets World reunions, and it’s a tactic they’ve used often enough. And now two more characters will be coming back for Season 2.
The 1980s are alive and well in TV and movie development – to say nothing of what’s already out there – and Chris Columbus' Adventures in Babysitting is the latest beloved flick getting remade for today's audiences.
Even people who are willing to shell out more than $100 bucks for cable each month knows the service is expensive. Certain companies, like Netflix and HBO, have already been working to bring homes cheaper ways to access content. This week, another service entered the fray.
Star Wars Rebels, the upcoming animated Disney XD series, is set to make its debut on Monday, October 6, with a one-hour special called Sparks of Rebellion, but there’s a way that you can watch it as early as tomorrow, September 26. It may or may not involve jumping into a sarlacc pit.
Throughout the early 2000s, Hilary Duff was at the top of her game. The teen star turned pop singer released a few popular albums and starred in movies like Cheaper By The Dozen and A Cinderella Story. However, she’s most famous for her role on Disney’s hit kids series Lizzie McGuire.
The Disney Channel proper will premiere the one-hour Sparks of Rebellion movie on Friday, October 3 at 9 p.m. ET. But if you just can’t possibly hold your banthas that long, verified Disney XD users will be able to log into the WatchDisneyXD website on Monday, September 29. (DirecTV users like me are kind of screwed there.)