All 7 Seasons of ‘Boy Meets World‘ Will Be Available on Disney+. Though Boy Meets World is currently streaming on Hulu, it appears Disney has decided to add the popular series to their new streaming service, Disney+. Disney has not said if the series will be able to stream on both services, or if it will just move over to Disney+ and be taken down from Hulu.
Boy Meets World was originally aired on Disney owned, ABC, and released between September 1993 to May 2000. Most episodes also made their way to Disney Channel, with Disney opting for more controversial episodes to not be aired on Disney Channel. It is likely Disney will choose to either edit or pull said episodes from Disney+ to make it more family friendly.
The series will be available to stream on Disney+ starting on launch day, November 12, 2019.
For those who may not be familiar with the popular 90’s series, here is a synopsis of Boy Meets World: “With the help of true love Topanga, best friend Shawn and teacher Mr. Feeny, Cory Matthews juggles school, friends and romance. The series, a popular Friday night staple on ABC for seven seasons, began with Cory in the sixth grade and follows him and his entourage through their college years.”
Boy Meets World was so popular in its day, that it led to a spin off series called Girl Meets World that aired on Disney Channel for 3 seasons. The series followed Cory and Topanga’s daughter, Riley, through her experiences through her pre-teen and teenage years. Most of the cast returned as either series regulars or cameo appearances for Girl Meets World including Ben Savage (Cory), Danielle Fischer (Topanga), Rider Strong (Shawn), Will Friedle (Eric), and William Daniels (Mr. Feeny). More than likely, Girl Meets World will become available on Disney+ as well, possibly at a later date.
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