"Girl Meets World" was a pioneer show. Before reboots were cool, this was a concept that spoke to fans who had grown up watching "Boy Meets World" on the popular ABC line-up, TGIF. When it was announced that Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and Topanga Matthews (Danielle Fishel) would be returning to the show to raise Riley (Rowan Blanchard) in the same fashion, 20 and 30-somethings rejoiced.

New show garnered huge fan support

The announcement of the show got an overwhelming fan response. Parents were tuning into the Disney Channel with their preteen and school-aged kids to watch a show that was based off something they watched growing up.

It was almost a magical experience. Three seasons have gone by and fans have watched Riley grow up both on and off-screen. While the character will die with the cancellation, Rowan Blanchard will hopefully move on to bigger and better things within the acting world.

Official cancellation comes

There will not be a Season 4 of "Girl Meets World." The announcement wasn't a shock, as last week, Rider Strong (Shawn Hunter) had all but confirmed that the show was canceled during a podcast. Fans immediately reacted with shock and disappointment as they felt there was more story to tell. It will be hard to watch the final three episodes of the show without shedding tears for some fans. Many parents have watched with their children and have commented about how they remember watching the ending of "Boy Meets World" and feeling the same emotions.

According to Us Weekly, Rowan Blanchard penned an amazing note about her feelings regarding the "Girl Meets World" cancellation and shared it with fans. She has always been an incredible writer but this tribute was something special. As the final three episodes air on the Disney Channel, it will be a bittersweet time for all involved in the project. Watching the show go dark will be sad, especially for the fans who learned to love Riley and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) as if they were actually part of their everyday lives.