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Boy Meets World

ABC (ended 2000)



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Boy Meets World

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This gentle sitcom was part of ABC's "TGIF" lineup aimed at pre-teens and early teens from 1993 through its end in 2000. The people in the world of Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) tested his theories about life and relationships from the time he was 11 years old into his young adulthood.

Cory’s best friend, Shawn (Rider Strong) and romantic interest Topanga (Danielle Fishel) are at Cory’s side throughout the series. Mr. George Feeny (William Daniels) is Cory’s neighbor, teacher/principal, and mentor. Cory’s Dad, Alan (William Russ), Mom, Amy (Betsy Randle), older brother, Eric (Will Friedle), and little sister, Morgan (Lily Nicksay, Lindsay Ridgeway), teach him about life at home.



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  • Ben Savage

    Ben Savage

    Cory Matthews

    Rider Strong

    Rider Strong

    Shawn Hunter

    Will Friedle

    Will Friedle

    Eric Matthews

    Danielle Fishel

    Danielle Fishel

    Topanga Lawrence (Seasons 2+)

    William Daniels

    William Daniels

    George Feeny

    William Russ

    William Russ

    Alan Matthews

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    Fan Reviews (419)

    • Love this show!!!!!!!

      I'm 13 and i love this show from the 90s its on every week day 5:00 to 7:00 on abc family.
    • Love this show

      I just Love this show! I love how there are life lessons you can learn form this show!
    • One of the greatest family sitcoms in television history

      The series was outstanding. This universe will never end (there is "Girl Meets World").
    • Okay show

      I watched this show all the time as a kid but I was annoyed by how the series played out in the later seasons. I did not like how they tried to make it seem like Corey and Topanga were together forever when Corey along with almost all the other kids thought she was a weird hippie freak. They completely changed Corey from a slacker, back talker to a paranoid romantic and Eric from a goofy schemer into a big ***, I know people change and mature but I don't think it works that way. It eventually transformed from a comedy first with a little drama and life lessons to a drama with little comedy here and there. I really enjoyed the first few seasons , Especially junior high with Frankie, Harley and Joey those seasons were great but it started to get Annoying when all the inconsistencies started coming.moreless
    • If real life were a show...

      I've only recently gotten hooked on this show after finding it on ABC Family while browsing the channels, and let me just say that I'm extremely happy that I've found this show. In addition to absolutely hilarious, this show is REAL, something that today's kids shows seem to lack. The acting isn't overdone and there are lessons that cover powerful, emotional and mature things in life (drinking, child abuse, sex, that you'd never find on a Disney Channel or Nickelodeon show. The 1990s raised a better generation of kids with shows like this. They're making a sequel to this show, Girl Meets World, that's set to air next year, and although I'm excited, I have a feeling that it won't be a fraction as good as this show was, considering that it's going to be on Disney Channel.moreless

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    surviving high school, young love, sarcastic characters, pressures of high school, nerdy neighbor