Girl Meets World Spoilers: Shawn Hunter Is Back
When the hit ’90s Disney sitcom “Boy Meets World” was rebooted into “Girl Meets World,” which follows the adventures of Riley Matthews (Rowan Blanchard), Cory and Topanga Matthews’ daughter (Ben Savage and Daniel Fischel, respectively), it was revealed that there will be a possibility that former members of the original cast will make guest appearances in the spin-off. Last Aug. 15, 2014, we were treated with the return of Stuart Minkus (Lee Norris), who turned out to be Farkle’s (Corey Fogelmanis) father. Now, it has been reported that another significant character will make a guest appearance on the show. WARNING! This article may contain spoilers to upcoming episode of “Girl Meets World.” Read only if you want to learn more about this scoop.
According to TV Line, Rider Strong, who is best known for the role of Cory’s best friend Shawn Hunter, will be back twice within the first season of “Girl Meets World.”
Friday’s episode, “Girl Meets 1961,” will feature Strong as the director of the episode. Cory will ask the class to go back int time as they do some research on how New York City was like in 1961. TV Line also posted some photos of the cast, which featured Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) wearing a flower headband and singing with a guitar; Lucas (Peyton Meyer) as a jazz singer; and Farkle (Corey Fogelmanis) as a beatnik.
In other news, Corey Fogelmanis, who portrays Farkle Minkus, has now been promoted a series regular.
Strong’s second appearance will be on screen this time, as Shawn Hunter. According to Entertainment Weekly, Shawn will be back, along with Cory’s parents in a future Christmas-themed episode.
And that’s the latest update on the Disney series “Girl Meets World.” For more news and updates, including spoilers and recaps, on “Girl Meets World” and other television shows, keep following Movie News Guide (MNG).
Catch Riley, her friends and and the rest of the Matthews on “Girl Meets World” every Friday at 7:00 p.m. on the Disney Channel.
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