"Girl Meets World" will continue to grow up: The show has been renewed for a third season, and is moving to high school.

Boy Meets World" spinoff will begin production on season three starting in January, and the new episodes will start airing sometime early next year.

"[Creator] Michael Jacobs has one of the most authentic voices in television today," said Adam Bonnett, executive vice president of programming at Disney Channel, in a statement. "He and the entire 'Girl Meets World' team will not only continue to entertain families but also help kids discover who they are and who they want to be in this world."

"Girl"'s high school trajectory follows that forged by titular character Riley's (Rowan Blanchard) parents, Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel), on original ABC series "Boy Meets World." The current season of "Girl" has revolved around middle schooler Riley's adventures with her BFF Maya (Sabrina Carpenter), and a love triangle that has developed between the girls and Riley's first suitor, Lucas (Peyton Meyer).

Season three of "Girl Meets World" debuts sometime during spring 2016 on the Disney Channel.

[via: TheWrap]