Is Girl Meets World Season 4 Happening? Here's What We Know

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Girl Meets World is really going all out for the end of Season 3, putting together an episode that is set to feature a slew of fan favorites from the original TV series. While the show kicked off to big ratings over at Disney, it hasn't done as well in more recent episodes, and there has been some speculation that the big Season 3 finale might actually be the series finale. While Disney hasn't made an official call either way, some evidence recently came to light indicating that Girl Meets World may continue into Season 4, after all.

Fans of Girl Meets World have been busy bees, pushing to save the series via social media in recent weeks. The hashtag #savegmw has been running around the Internet and it seems like some of the efforts of fans may have paid off. A recent report indicates that the social media campaign has earned more than 20 million impressions. As a response, per BMW Sequel, Disney Channel Canada's site had listed the Season 3 finale as the series finale, but has now retooled to simply make it seem as if the end of the season may not actually be the end of the show.

Of course, it's a little bit premature to be worrying about all of this, yet. The most recent episode of Girl Meets World aired on December 2. The show is currently on hiatus, but a few more episodes are scheduled into the year 2017, so nothing is over or done with, yet. The last one---the big one with all of the major players coming back---is even titled Girl Meets Goodbye, which, okay, does totally lend more credence to the fact that it could really be the end of the series. Still, the Disney Channel has yet to make a final decision on the future of the comedy.

If you are worried about the future of Girl Meets World, you can help to try and save the series with the fan hashtag that has been going around, as seen in this lovely fan post, below.

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Girl Meets World is set to return to the schedule on the night of January 6, 2017. If it does end up getting cancelled, it will join the likes of the already announced Black Sails, Bones and even Pretty Little Liars that are ending. You can find out what else is returning to the schedule at midseason--and hopefully won't get cancelled--by taking a look at what is coming back, here.

Jessica Rawden
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