'Boy Meets World' reboot 'Girl Meets World' to star Danielle Fishel, Ben Savage

A scene from "Boy Meets World," which aired from 1993-2000.

A scene from "Boy Meets World," which aired from 1993-2000.  (YouTube/ Disney )

Nineties fans rejoice! Cory and Topanga are back. 

Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel have officially signed on for the “Boy Meets World” reboot, “Girl Meets World.”

When “Boy Meets World” ended in 2000, newlyweds Cory and Topanga were headed to New York City after college. Now, the sequel series picks up years later and focuses on the pair’s 13-year-old daughter, Riley Matthews, who has yet to be cast.

Savage confirmed he will be reprising his beloved 90s character on his Twitter account.

Fishel, posted a blog on her Tumblr about the news, explaining that the fans of the original show helped finalize the sequel series with their enthusiasm once rumors of “Girl Meets World” began swirling.

“First of all, let me say that you, the fans of 'Boy Meets World,' have been awesome,” she wrote. “You, yes, even YOU, are the reason that 'Girl Meets World' WILL BE MADE.”

A rep for Disney Channel confirmed the news to FOX 411 and said the show is still in development.

"The pilot is still in the very early stages of development with creator and executive producer Michael Jacobs, Emmy Award-winning creator/producer behind ‘Boy Meets World,’ ‘My Two Dads’ and ‘Charles In Charge,’ among others."

So now that the show has locked in the original stars and producer, fans may be wondering who else will return for the reboot. Fishel addressed that question in her blog, but admitted even she is not sure who else will want in on the new series.

“I do not know how many BMW cast members will be returning for GMW, or how often they may appear if and/or when they do appear,” she wrote.

Still, she assured fans the show would have the same “honesty, innocence, and intelligence” that “Boy Meets World” became known for.  

“It will have familiar faces, familiar themes, and familiar messages.  It will also have new faces, new themes, and new messages,” she wrote. “For those of you who knew and loved BMW, please allow this show to evolve as well. Stick with us. Give us a chance.”