"Girl Meets World" fans were devastated when the Disney Channel decided to cancel the "Boy Meets World" spinoff series after only three seasons (and a long, agonizing wait to learn its fate). But according to the show's creator, there still could be more "Girl" ahead.
"There are talks underway, but we're at the very very beginning stages," Jacobs told TVLine. "And I can tell you it's because of the audience's reaction to the cancellation that there is interest in other places."
Jacobs said passionate fans' paper airplane campaign -- mimicking imagery from the show's opening credits -- was especially attention-grabbing, and other networks are certainly eager to capitalize on such a dedicated fan base.
"Networks want to do something to gather an audience," Jacobs explained to TVLine. "The fact that there is an audience who's been so loyal says a lot."
The producer didn't discuss star Rider Strong's recent comments that Disney didn't want "Girl" to focus on more dramatic plot lines, and didn't indicate whether or not that's something the show would explore should it get a pickup from another platform. Still, with the rise of streaming, it's certainly within the realm of possibility that the series could delve into more controversial stories if it does indeed continue.
Stay tuned to see if "Girl" will meet another day. In the meantime, the season three finale (and possible series finale) featuring a huge "Boy Meets World" reunion airs on Disney Channel on January 20.