Girl Meets World's Trailer Is Finally Here! Check Out the Very First Footage and Try Not to Squeal

Exclusive! We've got the first trailer for the Disney Channel's highly anticipated Boy Meets World off-shoot, which debuts this summer

By Tierney Bricker Apr 10, 2014 4:00 PMTags

It's a whole new World!

Since Disney first announced its new comedy Girl Meets World was going to series, nostalgia-riddled viewers have impatiently waited for their first look at Boy Meets World's Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel back in action as Cory and Topanga. Well, we're happy to report that the wait is finally over.

We have your exclusive first look at the highly anticipated new series, which debuts this summer and finds Cory and Topanga raising their own family in New York City.

Prepare to fall in love with Cory and Topanga all over again and meet their young daughter, Riley (Rowan Blanchard), the titular Girl, for the first time. Spoiler alert: you'll totally fall in love with her too! Watch the exclusive first trailer for Girl Meets World above to meet the new Matthews family!

The adorable promo also introduces us to Maya (Sabrina Carpenter), who is the Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong) to Riley's Cory, and the duo is already up to no good!

"How long do I have to live in my father's world?" Riley asks in a cute reference to the beloved ABC series. "Until you make it yours," Cory answers.

Feel free to squeal at any time!

And fans of the iconic '90s series can expect to see some familiar faces pop up on Girl Meets World.

Rider Strong, who played Cory's BFF Shawn, and Betsy Randle and William Russ (aka Cory's awesome parents) will stop by for a special holiday episode, while William Daniels will reprise the role of Mr. Feeny in the pilot episode.

Plus, we exclusively reported that Lee Norris will return as Minkus, with the actor telling us, "I've had a great time being back on set with some of my old friends. It still amazes me how many people love and remember Minkus, and I'm excited for the fans to catch up with him after all these years."

No official premiere date has been set, but Girl Meets World will debut in the summer on Disney Channel.