Have you come to accept ‘Girl Meets World’ for what it is yet? It hasn’t improved all that much in the handful of episodes since the pilot, and is still a bit overstated and all over the place. But there has been some incremental success in the more grounded elements of the show. That said, it’s wildly inconsistent even from scene to scene.
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Not sure how this was chosen to be the first released clip, but just the characters moving around and talking was a bit of a nostalgia trip.
(Also, it’s not embeddable.)
"High School Musical" director Kenny Ortega will helm the "Descendants" project, which features the offspring of characters like Cruella De Vil and Maleficent.
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Set in New York City, the new comedy series will tell the wonderfully funny, heartfelt stories that Boy Meets World is renowned for — only this time from a tween girl’s perspective — as the curious and bright 7th grader Riley and her quick-witted friend Maya (played by Sabrina Carpenter) embark on an unforgettable middle school experience. But their plans for a carefree year will be adjusted slightly under the watchful eyes of Riley’s dad who’s also a faculty member — and their new History teacher — and Riley’s mom who owns a trendy afterschool hangout that specializes in pudding.
A Disney Channel spokeswoman confirmed a report in Peoplethat Demi Lovato, the star of Sonny with a Chance who took time out to seek help for personal issues, won’t return to the kiddie show that made her a star. The 18-year-old actress told the magazine that “it made sense for me to go ahead and leave the show to focus on my music. It’s kind of sad for me that a chapter of my life has ended but there couldn’t be a better time for me to move on.”
Call it High School Musical: the series. OrGlee with original music. Disney Channel is fast-tracking what is described as its most ambitious series yet. Tentatively titled Madison High, the single-camera comedy is still in development but preliminary casting has already begun and a formal pilot order is expected to follow. Just like HSM, Madison High employs the break-into-song-and-dance format to tell the stories about 11-16 year-olds navigating the school social hierarchy. It is set at Madison High, which is trying to build a revolutionary theatre program, and follows a pool of students who, by the end of the year, will have produced an original piece based on their lives. The Office alum Lester Lewis, who worked with Disney Channel on another music-driven single-camera comedy, Jonas L.A., is writingMadison High, which he is executive producing with Paul Hoen.