‘Girl Meets World’ cancellation news: Producers still aims for a Season 4By / 2017.05.15
Michael Jacobs, the creator of the "Girl Meets World" show has been busy trying to find a new network despite not being not being renewed by the former network of the show. Disney Channel network did not let Season 4 to continue. In fact, they haven't found a new home for the show but Michael still aim for the ' Girl Meets World' to be back on the screen.
The expected "Girl Meets World" Season 4 of the coming of age television has been canceled. As per Blasting News, the writers of the show display their sentiments on Twitter. The tweets revealed what fans would expect from the show if it would be successfully pushed through. The "Girl Meets World" expresses their gratitude to the fans of the show who supported from the very beginning.
As per reports, fans and cast members learned so many things from the show. Respect and friendship are the things that made the cast who were Farkle( Corey Fogelmains), Lucas ( Peyton Meyer), and Zay draw closer Riley ( Rowan Blanchard) and Maya ( Sabrina Carpenter). These stars did a great job for they bring a lot of inspiring stories to their fans. To put closure on their show they tweeted "class dismissed".
E! News also revealed that the producer of the show ended last month with a broken part because he failed to find a new network for the "Girl Meets World" Season 4. He apologized on his Tweeter post and to the fans of the show because he failed to find the television series a new home.
Jacob said in his previous interview that he was already discussing with other networks that showed interest in picking up "GMW". Indeed, he was doing everything to bring back the show to television.
In addition Disney Channel said "We are proud that over 70 episodes, Michael Jacobs , April Kelly and the talented creative team , cast and crew entertained viewers with authentic and heartfelt look at navigating adolescence".
As of this writing, fans are still hoping that there will be a good news for "Girl Meets World" despite the cancellation reports.