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Video: 'Girl Meets World' Trailer Delivers Same Dorky Sincerity Of Original Series

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For fans of the original Boy Meets World series, the wait is almost over for the highly anticipated Girl Meets World spin-off as Disney announced a date for the series premiere and also released a new trailer. As seen in the trailer below, Girl Meets World doubles down on the TGIF-levels of sincerity that was such a hallmark of the original Boy Meets World series. Corey does double duty as both Riley's dad and history teacher. How awkward!

Growing up is, like, such a trip! We also catch a glimpse of Farkle Minkus, son of Stuart, who seems to embrace his father's former role as the Annoying Kid but without the nerd qualities that wouldn't be PC to antagonize in 2014.

The show brings back Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage's Topanga and Cory, parents to a 13-year-old Riley who starts her first day of 7th grade. The new series also reunites many regulars from BMW, including Rider Strong as Shawn Hunter and William Daniels as George Feeny.

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The pilot of is set to premiere Friday, June 27th at 9:45 following the original Disney Channel movie Zapped, starring Disney starlet Zandaya. Tech-savvy fans will get a sneak peak when the episode becomes available early on the WATCH Disney Channel website and app on May 21st, and will be available as a free download on iTunes starting on June 13th. After the premiere, Girl Meets World will air regularly in its regular timeslot on Fridays at 8:30 beginning July 11th.

If you need to do a little catching up, Disney Channel will also be running a Boy Meets World marathon on June 15th, so you guys can relive the ups and downs of Cory+Topanga.

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