Fans who were hoping to see Rowan Blanchard and Sabrina Carpenter in "Girl Meets World" season 4 found themselves grasping at straws when Disney announced that it won't be renewing the series after the season 3 finale. It is quite understandable why the network has decided not to renew the series as its storyline is leaning on a more mature content as its main characters, Riley and Maya, are depicted to be in the adolescent stage.

According to reports, a lot of girls have been idolizing Riley and Maya and have even treated "GMW" as part of their growing up stage.

The series originally depicted friendship, family and school life but eventually, Riley and Maya started having crushes and falling in love.

According to reports, that was the warning lights that prompted Disney's decision not to renew "Girl Meets World" season 4. It has been a couple of months since the last episode of "GMW" aired on the network, and the fans are now clamoring for a continuation of the series, even if it means being transferred to another network.

Freeform, Netflix or Amazon?

A series as brilliant and as successful as "Girl Meets World" season 4 is not really hard to lobby to other networks. In fact, there is a great chance that once "GMW" showrunners iron out the details for the upcoming season, the big TV networks and streaming services will be playing a tug of war as they bid for the series to be aired on their respective channels.

As of writing, "GMW" season 4 showrunners are still deciding between Freeform, Netflix, and Amazon. Initially, Netflix has reportedly declined to stream season 4, but it has yet to be confirmed by the popular streaming service company. The said networks and streaming services are all considered to be in-demand among viewers, most especially the target demographic of the now-defunct Disney series.

Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter ready to reprise their roles as Maya and Riley?

While "GMW" is considered to be on hiatus right now, the lead stars of the series, Rowan Blanchard, and Sabrina Carpenter, have been keeping themselves busy with other projects and endorsements. Now that talks for "Girl Meets World" season 4 renewal have been spreading like wildfire on the internet, will the two leading ladies be ready to take on another chapter?

According to sources close to Blanchard and Carpenter, the girls are more than ready to reprise their roles as Riley and Maya. Further, the two young actresses have no pending contract with other networks so they can reportedly start immediately once the green light is given to "GMW" season 4.