Danielle Fishel is sharing why she was anxious about beginning her Boy Meets World rewatch podcast together with her former co-stars Rider Sturdy and Will Friedle.
The actress instructed Individuals journal in an interview printed on-line Saturday that she feared the Pod Meets World podcast “would possibly destroy” the favored ABC sitcom for followers.
“We don’t need our criticisms or our critiques or our experiences to in any manner change what your opinion of the present is,” Fishel, who performed Topanga Lawrence, mentioned. “They’re simply our sincere opinions, and we will’t do it if we’re not going to be sincere.”
Throughout every podcast episode, the trio rewatches the sequence and shares behind-the-scenes moments and reminiscences from their time on the present.
“I used to be simply left with one overarching feeling about the entire expertise versus the present and what its values had been, or what its key factors had been, or how good it was,” Fishel added. “And so now getting to observe it, I’m like, ‘Man, it’s a extremely good present,’ and what an awesome expertise we had.”
Boy Meets World premiered in 1993 and ran for seven seasons earlier than ending in 2000. Disney+ additionally later launched a reboot, Woman Meets World, that adopted the lifetime of Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and Topanga Lawrence’s daughter, Riley (Rowan Blanchard). It aired for 3 seasons from 2014 to 2017.
When the previous castmembers initially introduced up the thought of launching the podcast in regards to the present, Sturdy, who performed Shawn Hunter, mentioned, “Finally we settled on it as a form of journey, fairly than simply watching the present and speaking about how nice it’s, which all of us agree, it’s truly nice. We wished it to be extra of a private journey for us, and to only be sincere.”