Senior ManagerHollywoodlife.com about whether we would see the brothers-from-another-mother together once more:
Based on the response [to the spin-off], I feel like we owe it to the fans to finish Shawn’s story line, but I don’t know what that means yet. They shot the pilot, and I have no idea what’s happening after that. I’m assuming they’ll do at least six episodes, and I think it’d be good to show up and say hi.When asked what he thought could be expected of his character, Strong said:
The problem is, I’ve already talked to [creator] Michael Jacobs about where Shawn is. So I have the actual answer in my head. I don’t want to give any of that away, but I think Shawn’s doing OK. But he’s got to be in some kind of trouble, and he has to drag Cory into it. I feel like that has to happen; I can’t be doing that well. By the end of the episode, or couple of episodes, that I do, I’ve got to be blowing up mailboxes.Cory's little sister Morgan, played by Lily Nicksay; Jack Hunter (Matthew Lawrence); Angela, (Trina McGee); and Rachel (Maitland Ward) have all expressed interest in reprising their roles as well. Cory's parents are also set to make an appearance. Though all one really needs to do is check out the cast on IMDb and see who has credits. But of all the things that happened in the premier, the best scene was undoubtedly the very last of the episode. After Cory gifts his daughter with a metro pass and tells her to go explore the world, his eye catches on a "Stay In School" poster with the face of Mr. Feeny on it. And next to said poster is the wise, crotchety teacher in the flesh (except not really because he was a projection). Is this how they will incorporate him into the show? I'm not sure how to feel about it, except that it made me endlessly happy to see his face. So far the only returning characters were Cory & Topanga, the quick shot of Feeny, and the nerdy, annoying Minkus with a quick cameo at the end. All-in-all, the series premier of Girl Meets World was a good start to what I hope will be something I look forward to watching every week with my daughter. She enjoyed the premier tonight and there was something so special about sharing something that meant so much to me with her. I foresee many nights of bonding in our future. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!