Rowland Blanchard of Girl Meets World said she could not hold back her tears while sharing a long note on Instagram about the significance of the show in her life. Sabrina Carpenter also took to social media to pay tribute to the show that has been taken off after running for three seasons.
Girl Meets Word writers announced the cancellation of the show on January 4. It was made in a series of tweets in which the writers thanked the fans for their love and support. They also urged them to watch the last three January episodes.
Rowland Blanchard on the Cancellation of Girl Meets World
Blanchard, 15, plays the role of Riley, Cory and Topanga Matthews’ daughter, in the Disney Channel show. GMW cast member, Blanchard, described in her Instagram post how much significant the show had become for her, the US Weekly reported.
“Doing a show in general, specifically doing a show as a child into your teenhood, is so indescribably cosmic and scary, but you do it because you love these people, because this has become your routine, because it is the closest you will ever get to being in real school, etc.,” she wrote.
She added, that her eyes welled up while writing the post. “I am crying typing this because yes, we were making a show, but our lives turned into a movie,” Blanchard wrote.
Blanchard went on to explain how the entire cast and crew developed a close bonding over the years since the Boy Meets World spinoff began in 2014.
In the end, she said that she loves everything about the show. That includes the fact that it became a part of the viewer’s lives.
Sabrina Carpenter Pays Tribute to Girl Meets World
Carpenter, who plays Maya Hart on the show, said she is thankful to the network for giving the show a go-ahead in 2013, the E! Online reported. The GMW cast member also uploaded an image featuring the entire cast on Instagram as a tribute for the show.
“We had the privilege of growing up in front of your eyes,” she wrote. “The privilege of teaching the lessons we were learning ourselves, and beyond that. To the family that was created on our set, between the cast and crew, thank you for giving us the ability to make mistakes and to grow.”
The 17-year-old actress also thanked the viewers of the show and making the series a part of their lives.
The last time I had in n out burger and didn't eat it, I had just been cast in a show called girl meets world! Tonight I sit here and I can't eat my in n out burger because life comes full circle. We speak in the language of love, heartbreak, friendship, family, sadness, and laughter. Wherever we are in the world, whatever we believe in, whoever we love, we all speak that language. We had the privilege of growing up in front of your eyes. The privilege of teaching the lessons we were learning ourselves and beyond that. To the family that was created on our set, between the cast and crew, thank you for giving us the ability to make mistakes and to grow. I felt so safe in that bay window. People thought it was weird that I was excited to go to work. People thought it was weird that we really did and still do love each other. That's a rare entity, we hold that tight. Thank you Disney for giving this show and these characters the chance to see the light of day. I know I feel very lucky to have given life to Maya hart. MJ- without you I wouldn't know most of what I do. I also probably would have never had 2 paint fights in my lifetime. We live in an intricate world. We can be adversaries whilst being allies. To everyone that watched our show and felt something, thank you. To everyone that grew up watching Boy Meets World and decided to give our story for a new generation a chance, thank you. And to the little girls reading this, You can do whatever you put your mind to. You're gonna meet the world now, and I think you'll love it. "There is no end. There is no beginning. There is only the infinite passion of life." – Fellini
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