'Girl Meets World' Star Reveals What It's Like Working With Cory and Topanga

PHOTO: Ben Savage and the cast of "Girl Meets Word" as seen on Instagram posted Jan. 9, 2014.

“Boy Meets World” fans are eagerly waiting the spin-off series, “Girl Meets World,” set to premiere this summer.

Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel will reprise their "Boy Meets World” roles for the highly-anticipated series on Disney Channel, which finds the childhood sweethearts grown up and raising their 12-year-old daughter, Riley.

E! News caught up with Rowan Blanchard, set to play Riley, and August Maturo, who will play Auggie Matthews on the show.

Read: ‘Girl Meets World’ Series Set for 2014

"We are in the middle of filming Season 1, well, I shouldn't say middle, we are towards the end," Blanchard said. "It's going incredibly. I couldn't ask for a better project to work on. Everyone involved, they are all so loving and they have made it such a family show."

The show will follow Riley and her best friend, Maya, played by “Sofia the First” actress Sabrina Carpenter, as they navigate middle school in New York City.

"Ben [Savage] and Danielle [Fishel], they are just my favorite people, they are equally my parents in real life as they are on screen," Blanchard added. "It's such a legacy, it hasn't even hit me yet."

“Boy Meets World” ran for seven seasons on ABC through 2000.

Disney is the parent company of ABC.

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