Boy Meets World was a hit 1990s sitcom that originally aired from September 24, 1993 - May 5, 2000.
Created by Michael Jacobs, Boy Meets World was a hit 1990s Disney sitcom which centered on Cory Matthews (Ben Savage), a typical American 11-year-old 6th-grade boy living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Like most boys his age, Cory still lived with his parents: dad Alan (William Russ), a blue-collar worker; mom Amy (Betsy Randle), a homemaker; his teenaged brother, Eric (Will Friedle); and little sister Morgan (Lindsay Ridgeway). His teacher at school was Mr. George Feeny (William Daniels), who also happened to be his next-door neighbor--a fact Cory did not like at all.
At the start of the 2nd season, Cory and his best pal, Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong), entered 7th grade at John Adams High School; there to greet them was Mr. Feeny, the new School Principal, along with their homeroom teacher, Jon Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn), who in Fall 1995 became the legal guardian of Shawn Hunter after his mother abandoned him the previous Spring.
In September 1997, after moving in with his father, Chet (Blake Clark), Shawn discovered that Chet gave him a younger half-brother, Jack (Matthew Lawrence), who became college roommates with Eric; tragically, Chet died of a Massive Heart Attack in Spring 1999.
In March 2000, after 7 successful seasons, ABC canceled Boy Meets World, ending the series with an hour-long Series Finale telecast on May 5, 2000; since then, reruns have aired on The Disney Channel (2000-2007), ABC Family (2004-present), and MTV2 (2012-present).
Boy Meets World was produced by Michael Jacobs Productions in association with Walt Disney Television.
Boy Meets World is distributed by Buena Vista Television.