‘Girl Meets World’: Why 90s Child Star Danielle Fishel Agrees With Revival Of ‘Wholesome’ Shows?

By Ivy Candelaria | 2 years ago
‘Girl Meets World’: Why 90s Child Star Danielle Fishel Agrees With Revival Of ‘Wholesome’ Shows?
PHOTOGRAPH: Instagram/daniellefishel |

“Girl Meets World” is one of the various well-loved TV shows that were recently rebooted for this generation. Formerly known, as “Boy Meets World”, the show’s star, Danielle Fishel has nothing but praises for these TV hits like “Gilmore Girls” and “Fullhouse” and their grand comeback.

“I do think there was an age of television back in the 90s that was a little bit more wholesome. I think society has reached a point where they are tired of seeing the disgustingness that they’re seeing on television. They’re craving television that they felt comfortable [with] and they felt okay laughing at and watching and being with their kids. And they didn’t feel like you needed to change the channel if your grandparent was in the room.” the now 34-year-old Fishel said. (via Us Weekly)

Sources earlier informed that the “Fullhouse” cast, a show which ran from 1987 until 1995 just finished doing a Netflix reboot called “Fuller House” and will debut next year. Netflix is also bringing back “Gilmore Girls”, the Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel starrer that aired from 2000-2007, which will include four 90-minute episodes.

“I think it’s great,” Fishel added. “I think the more wholesome things that come back to television, the better off we’ll be.”

Danielle Fishel played the role of Topanga Lawrence in “Boy Meets World” from 1993 to 2000. Since then, she had committed herself to other endeavors that leave an impression to viewers.

Recently, she was part of the Omar Ashmawey-helmed “Boiling Pot”, which is grounded on true incidents that occurred in the U.S. between the years 2008 and 2012. Fishel plays a college student who undergoes real-life stories on a fictional campus. “It sparks a conversations,” Danielle Fishel said. “We tend to think that we would hear these stories and it would be from 50 or 60 years ago. This kind of stuff is still going on today.”

Catch “Girl Meets World” on the Disney Channel.


Photo Source: Instagram/daniellefishel

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