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Parents and kids alike, rejoice:  Girl Meets World is coming back for a second season! Even though season one hasn't even finished airing yet, Disney Channel has officially ordered a second season of the Boy Meets World sequel, and we couldn't be more excited.

Girl Meets World, which follows the pre-teen life of Riley ( Rowan Blanchard ), the teenage daughter of Cory ( Ben Savage ) and Topanga ( Danielle Fishel ), premiered last month to 5.2 million viewers, and a whole lot of buzz from fans both young and old. Since the pilot, the show has averaged around 3 million viewers per episode, and has ranked as one of the top kids' shows on TV.

"The series swiftly became a favorite of kids and their parents, many of whom grew up with 'Boy Meets World,'" said  Adam Bonnett , Executive Vice President of Original Programming at Disney Channel. "We're looking forward to watching Riley Matthews and Maya Hart make the world their own, as Cory and Topanga teach them life lessons along the way."

Mr. Feeny ( William Daniels ) has already made an appearance in the series premiere, and we can expect (highly anticipated) visits from Minkus ( Lee Norris ), who will pop up in the Aug. 15 outing, and Shawn ( Rider Strong ) later this season. 

Hopefully, Season 2 will bring us even more beloved Boy Meets World characters and references, while also continuing to give a whole new generation of kids reasons to shout things like "Topanga!" and "Underpants!"

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Today the first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated Disney Channel series Girl Meets World was released and audiences got their first look at Cory and Topanga’s daughter Riley and her bff ..

After filming the pilot last spring, the cast and crew of Girl Meets World is back to work filming the show’s first season at L.A. Center Studios.

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Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl ( かしまし ~ガール・ミーツ・ガール~ , Kashimashi ~Gāru Mītsu Gāru~ ? ) is a Japanese yuri manga series written by Satoru Akahori and illustrated by Yukimaru Katsura . The manga was originally serialized in Dengeki Daioh between the July 2004 and May 2007 issues, and later published in five bound volumes by MediaWorks from January 2005 to May 2007. The story focuses on Hazumu Osaragi, a normal, albeit effeminate high school boy who is killed when an alien spaceship crash lands on him, only to be restored to health as a girl. This results in a same-sex love triangle that Hazumu finds herself in with two of her best female friends.

The manga has been given positive reviews by the popular anime and manga magazine Newtype USA , and at the online resources Anime News Network and IGN . The first manga volume was Newtype USA's Book of the Month for December 2006, and Newtype' s noted Seven Seas Entertainment's "fan-focused" translation without an effort to localize the humor for the mainstream American market. In July 2007, Kashimashi was Seven Seas Entertainment's best-selling title. The anime has been likened to Rumiko Takahashi 's Ranma ½ , though only as far as the mutual transgender themes. Critics of the anime praised the down to earth characters, and the generally great animation quality with its soft and detailed art style.

At the start of Kashimashi , a young high school boy named Hazumu Osaragi declares his love to classmate and close friend Yasuna Kamiizumi , but she quickly rejects him. Dejected, Hazumu climbs Mt. Kashima and is killed when an alien spacecraft accidentally crash lands on him. To rectify this, the alien in the ship named Hitoshi Sora brings Hazumu back to life, but inadvertently regenerates him as a female right down to the DNA level. This change in Hazumu serves as the catalyst for the development of character interactions for the remainder of the series.

The very stoic Hitoshi originally came to Earth in order to study human emotions, especially those related to love, in an attempt to save his species from extinction. His species has long-since given up their emotions resulting in a loss of their sexual urges and thus a continuously dwindling population. Hitoshi moves into Hazumu's home where he is warmly welcomed by Hazumu's parents . He brings with him an artificially intelligent gynoid named Jan Pu which serves as the automatic pilot for his spaceship. Jan Pu's body is modeled after Hazumu's own female body, and possesses an energetic and childish personality.

The anime ends differently, with no life-threatening situation and Hazumu choosing Yasuna in order to help cure her worsening sight problem as it begins to degrade so she can no longer see girls as well. Afterwards however, Yasuna, who becomes able to see all people again, decides to break up with Hazumu, saying she can stand on her own, and in the follow-up original video animation episode, Hazumu confesses her love to Tomari on Christmas and the two get married in a ceremony held by Hitoshi.

When it was decided that Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl would begin serialization in MediaWorks ' manga magazine Dengeki Daioh , Satoru Akahori wondered what kind of a message he could send to the readers, and eventually decided he wanted to write a steady message of "true love". Akahori noted that up to the creation of Kashimashi , the works that he created were far apart from the concept of true love, and much of his previous work involved a lot of ecchi content which Akahori was attempting to avoid in Kashimashi . He wondered if the story would be interesting, and if he could surprise normal readers and fans of his previous works, if he wrote a true love story without much ecchi or fan service . [1]

The title Kashimashi loosely translates as "noisy, boisterous, or clamorous" and is derived from the Japanese phrase, "When three women gather, it is noisy" ( 女三人寄れば姦しい , Onna sannin yoreba kashimashii ? ) . [2] The main title was originally romanized as Kasimasi [3] in accordance with Kunrei-shiki romanization , but this was later changed in the English adaptations to Kashimashi [4] in accordance with Hepburn romanization .

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Girl Meets World - Disney Channel Auditions for 2017

Today the first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated Disney Channel series Girl Meets World was released and audiences got their first look at Cory and Topanga’s daughter Riley and her bff ..

After filming the pilot last spring, the cast and crew of Girl Meets World is back to work filming the show’s first season at L.A. Center Studios.