Kids of the 90s and 00s, rejoice! The beloved sitcom, boy meets the world is making a comeback in a very special way.
During this year iHeartRadio KIIS FM Wango Tango in Los Angeles, the actors Danielle Fish (Topanga Matthews), strong rider (Shawn Hunter) and Will Friedle (Eric Matthews) has revealed they are launching a podcast that pays homage to the series that aired on television nationwide from 1993-2000.
Title Pod meets the worldthe all-new rewatch podcast will feature Danielle, Rider and Will as they dive into the laughs and tears the series brought for the very first time while sharing behind-the-scenes stories with special guests.
Danielle broke the news on she shared it instagram account, sharing his excitement with his 1 million followers.
“We are going back to school and we want you to come with us!” Join @rider_strong, #WillFriedle and I as we travel back to 1993 and re-watch the entire Boy Meets World series for *the very first time.* We’ll have some very special guests including: @mrbilldaniels, @trinamcgeeofficial and @matthewlawrence ( among many others) and we look forward to diving into the laughter, the tears and ALLLLLL the behind-the-scenes stories with you. Follow us @podmeetsworldshow for updates! 🌏❤️,” she captioned the photo.
Celeb Secrets reporter Lupe LLerenas met the cast on the pink carpet at iHeartRadio KIIS FM Wango Tango, where they spilled the tea Pod meets the worldfilming memories boy meets the world and what they got away with being on a beloved show for seven seasons.
When asked about the podcast, Rider told Celeb Secrets he’s open to rewatching the show and sharing it with fans. “It’s basically us getting together and watching starting with the pilot and going through the seven years of the show,” he said. “I’ve never seen the show, so it’s for me that I’m going to experience what a lot of fans have experienced over the past 30 years.”
The actors also shared some advice they would give their youngsters while filming. Danielle said she would tell herself to really enjoy the moment. “I would tell my younger self not to take any moment for granted because the first five seasons of boy meets the worldi was like “every day excited to go to work super excited” and then the last two i started to take it for granted.
There is no set release date for Pod meets the world for now, but the trio tell us it will go down very soon. For more from the podcast, watch our full interview with Danielle, Rider and Will below and be sure to follow along. @podmeetsworldshow for the latest updates.
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