The popular Disney Channel show "Girl Meets World" is coming to an end. The writers of the "Boy Meets World" spinoff have confirmed via Twitter that Disney Channel has decided not to renew the show. The official twitter account of the show's writers has announced the news, saying, "It is with incredible pride in our work and complete sadness that things end, that I report to this wonderful audience that our show is over." The twitter account, @GMWWriters, is led by the show's creator Michael Jacobs.

The history of 'Girl Meets World'

The show is a spin-off of the popular show "Boy Meets World," which aired on the ABC network from 1993-2000.

The 7 season show followed the life of Cory Matthews as he made his way through school and learned life's most important lessons about relationships, school, and the world. The show was created by Michael Jacobs, who also created the spin-off, "Girl Meets World," known to some as "GMW." "GMW" followed the life of Riley Matthews, daughter of Cory Matthews. Much like her father before her, Riley learned many lessons about growing up, making friends, and making the world your very own. The show starred "Boy Meets World" stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel, alongside newcomers Rowan Blanchard and Sabrina Carpenter. The show mixed the cast of "Boy Meets World," like Rider Strong, with new cast members of the spin-off, like Cheryl Texiera.

"GMW" aired on the Disney Channel for 3 seasons. The current season, which will conclude this January, will be the show's final season.

How will 'GMW' fans react?

Fans have known about the possibility of cancellation. Many of the show's fans have taken to social media to show their support for the show, in hopes of getting the show a fourth season.

Many fans have started hashtags such as #renewgmw and #GirlMeetsWorldSeason4. Some fans have even suggested that the show change networks. Many have suggested that if Disney Channel did not renew the show, another Disney-owned network should pick it up, specifically Freeform network, formally known as ABC Family. For now, the final three episodes of the show will air on Disney Channel. The season finale, now the series finale, entitled "Girl Meets Goodbye" will air on Disney Channel on January 20.