After rumors swirled last week that Girl Meets World hadn’t been renewed for a fourth season, Disney Channel has made it official.
The spin-off of the ABC sitcom Boy Meets World will be coming to an end when the third season finale airs later this month. The good news is that it seems like the writers weren’t completely blindsided by this decision, and the final episode will have a somewhat proper send-off for fans who will be sad to see it go. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, November 29th, 2012 by Angie Han
Lots to get through in TV news today, so let’s dive right in. After the jump:
- Aaron Paul is ready for the last stretch of Breaking Bad
- Taryn Manning will recur on Orange is the New Black
- Rider Strong hasn’t joined Girl Meets World… yet
- Angus T. Jones is not leaving Two and a Half Men
- Donal Logue misses Terriers as much as you do
- Syfy is launching three new reality shows in early 2013
- AMC orders dramas from the 1980s and the 1770s
- The Blues Brothers is inching toward television
- Downton Abbey‘s Julian Fellowes is coming to NBC
- Starz considers a Caesar-centric Spartacus spinoff
- Emily Owens, M.D. will end after 13 episodes
- Fox sets Mob Doctor‘s end date, moves Touch‘s return
- FX gives premiere dates to Justified, Archer, and more
- Comedy Central picks up Key & Peele for Season 3
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OneCoolThingADay has found a pretty cool short film titled Your Lucky Day directed by newcomerDan Brown (not the author) and featuring Rider Strong (Boy Meets World, Cabin Fever). The fifteen minute short tells the story of an elderly man who discovers he’s won $156 million in the lottery.
A megaball drawing sends a convenience store spiraling out of control. While shopping at a convenience store, a young man decides to make his own odds. The store manager and a married couple are also mixed up in the game. Who will make it out of the store alive?
Brown is a Seatle-based filmmaker who created the opening title sequence of the television series House MD at DK, did a series of bumpers for the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, and has directed commercials for Nike and Microsoft. Watch the short film now embedded after the jump. Beware of some quick flashes of NSFW imagery.
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