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Binge-watching Boy Meets World is now possible. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can now enjoy it from the comfort of your own home or on your favorite mobile device thanks to Disney+.
What is Boy Meets World about?
If nothing else, you’ve heard a few references to Boy Meets World in the course of your lifetime. Irresistible to the point of insanity, the show’s viewers watched every episode for seven years and 158 episodes across seven seasons. The Graduate’s William Daniels portrays Mr. Feeny, while Ben Savage portrays Cory Matthews, a young man dealing with everything from girlfriend woes to hairstyles that only look decent for one day out of the month (or so he says). In addition to Shawn, Eric, and Topanga, Cory has a number of close friends.
The show begins in middle school, moves through high school, and concludes with college, marriage, and the challenges of adulthood. It’s an adorable, entertaining, and ambitious sitcom that touches on many of the life themes that young people acquire.
How to watch Boy Meets World
It is currently available on Disney+. On Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, iTunes, and Vudu you can watch Boy Meets World for free.
3 Episodes of “Boy Meets World” Banned by Hulu That You Can Now Watch
When it first aired in 1997, Boy Meets World was one of the most influential and widely watched shows on television at the time. Growing up in the ’90s was the focus of the Disney Channel show “Cory Matthews.” Allan and Amy and Cory’s younger sibling Eric were integral parts of the show. Fans also adored Shawn, Cory’s best buddy, and Topanga, Cory’s possible soulmate.
Boy Meets World ran for seven seasons, and some fans and followers would be astonished to find that a few episodes were actually banned by Disney Channel. Fortunately, Hulu is now allowing people to see them. A look back at three episodes that almost didn’t make it into the canon.
How to watch Boy Meets World on the internet
When you’re connected to the internet, you can now watch Boy Meets World on Disney+ whenever you want. Direct-to-consumer service from Disney is currently accessible in the United States and Canada, with plans to expand globally. Desktop browsers, smart TVs, and video-game consoles are all supported by Disney+, as is “a wide range” of mobile devices. Netflix’s new live-action Marvel series and Lucasfilm’s upcoming Star Wars series The Mandalorian will be available on the subscription-based platform, as well as a full slate of live-action Disney+ content.
Become a member of Disney+ for as little as $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year.
- Signing up for Disney+ is easy!
- For $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year, you can start watching Boy Meets World on Disney+ today. A special discount bundle with ESPN+ and Hulu is also available for $12.99 a month.
- Disney+ may be viewed on the following gadgets:
- Streaming devices such as Roku
- Roku-compatible televisions
- Apple TV versions for iPhones, iPads, and iPods
- cellular devices based on the Android OS
- TVs with Android OS
- A Google Chromecast
- Microsoft’s Xbox One
- Nintendo Switch
- Built-in Android TVs from Sony.
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Other than brand-new content, Disney+ gives on-demand access to beloved classics such as “A Goofy Movie,” “The Sword in the Stone,” “Lilo & Stitch,” “High School Musical,” and “Wall-E.” Boy Meets World, DuckTales, Kim Possible, Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, That’s So Raven, and 30 seasons of The Simpsons are just a few of the well-loved shows that can be found in the collection.