Fans are still hoping to seeGirl Meets WorldSeason 4 back on the small screen, despite not being renewed by the Disney Channel. Its creator, Michael Jacobs has been busy trying to find the show a new network, but according to reports, they haven’t found a new home that will pick up the show.

Hence, the expected fourth season of the coming of age television sitcom is already canceled making its previous third installment its final bow. Evidently sad, the show’s Girl Meets Writers Twitter page shared their sentiments in a series of tweets. The tweets also revealed what fans would have seen in the new installment if ever got pushed through.

The show’s goodbye

“Grateful to all who have written in support of the show. You are who we did it for,” the tweet started. And to fulfill their promise, “Girl Meets World” Season 4 should have shown that friendship and respect are the things that made Farkle (Corey Fogelmanis), Lucas (Peyton Meyer), and Zay draw closer to Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter).

The relationship this group of friends has is their ticket to meet the world and to find real love, friendship, and respect. In fact, Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) already knew this from the start. And as they haven’t had the chance to properly say goodbye, they took advantage of the moment to give their thanks to everyone for watching the television series.

They, then, said that all of the people behind “Boy Meets World” and “Girl Meets World” loved bringing inspiring stories to their fans. They also hoped that they have taught their viewers to dream, try their very best, and do well every time. And to put an end to their show, they tweeted, “class dismissed.”

Jacobs’ efforts

The show’s third chapter ended in January and with a broken heart, Jacobs revealed he failed to find a new network for “Girl Meets World” Season 4.

On his own Twitter account, the 61-year-old writer apologized to the show’s fans as he didn’t succeed in finding the television series a new home. He explained that they did their best and they were hoping that fans felt and remember their efforts.

To recap, after the show’s final episode, the television producer told TVLine that he was already in discussion with other networks that showed their interest in picking up “GMW.” He explained that their viewers love for the program made it come alive, thus he was doing everything to bring it back to television.