‘Girl Meets World’ Season 4 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Writers Bid Goodbye To Original Cast? Disney Looking For Younger Stars?

By AASalvador , Updated Nov 14, 2016 11:17 AM EST

Fans are looking forward for the official announcement that "Girl Meets World" Season 4 is finally renewed. Until then, they just have to wait until the season 3 is over.

There have been several speculations that the original characters have already matured for their roles in "Girl Meets World" Season 4. Now, there are rumors that Disney Channel is looking for younger stars to replace Rowan Blanchard and the other cast. It was in June 2014 when the original series was aired on Disney Channel. It is a sequel to "Boy Meets World" which ran for seven years on ABC.

On the other hand, if "Girl Meets World" Season 4 will be transfered to Freeform cable network, it could be that the story will revolve into life after high school. Freeform cable network audience is more of the age bracket between 14 to 34 years old.

Writer of the "Girl Meets World" have posted on Twitter title episodes for season 3 with the last one as "Goodbye." Fans took the title as a way of the writers saying goodbye to the original cast and perhaps giving way to new faces on "Girl Meets World" Season 4.

Surely, fans will not give up without doing anything. They have launched a petition asking for "Girl Meets World" Season 4, or have the show move to Freeform cable network. A report said that the petition has already gained 50,000 supporters.

The rumors that Rowan Blanchard and Sabrina Carpenter are not in good terms are not doing well to fans waiting patiently for the official announcement of "Girl Meets World" Season 4. Off screen the two stars were rumored to be bitter enemies and rival.

Do you think "Girl Meets World" Season 4 will be aired on Disney Channel? Tell us what you think and stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest news and update.

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