‘Girl Meets World’ Season 3 Cancellation News: Disney Channel Ends Series With ‘Goodbye?’ [SPOILERS]

By Bernadette delos Santos - 02 Dec '16 05:40AM

"Girl Meets World" Season 3 is coming to an end in just a few episodes, leaving fans and viewers worried about the future of the "Boy Meets World" sequel. As Disney Channel remains mum about the show's future on air, recent cancellation news hints on its possible end in the episode titled "Goodbye."

This article contains spoilers. Read on if you want to learn more about the details of this story.

"Girl Meets World" Season 3 cancellation news reveals that the Disney Channel series may come to an end through an episode titled "Goodbye." The title alone is enough to make fans and viewers worried about the show's future.

Add that to the fact that Disney Channel remains mum about the "Girl Meets World" Season 3 renewal, especially when there are only a few episodes left. As Carter Matt notes in its report, the upcoming episode is most likely the last the show will air for 2016.

"GMW" Season 3 will then air three more episodes in January before closing the curtains. As Seventeen notes in its report, even actress Rowan Blanchard has campaigned for the show's renewal on Twitter.

According to the actress, "Girl Meets World" Season 3 renewal should happen because the show has served as the voice of their generation. Many fans expressed the same sentiments, as the series has been touching on some of the prevailing issues nowadays.

However, one of the reasons behind the "Girl Meets World" Season 3 cancellation is due to the fact that the characters are already growing. There have been several petitions to move the show to another network in order to address serious and more mature topics.

"Girl Meets World" Season 3 will be airing a new episode this Friday, Dec. 2 on Disney.

Should "Girl Meets World" Season 3 be the series finale on Disney Channel or should it move to another network? Share your thoughts in the comments section below

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