Fans of "Boy Meets World" will be happy to hear that a sequel series is in the works.

The Disney Channel is developing a pilot for the series called "Girl Meets World." According to TVLine , the show is moving into production after two big names agreed to reprise their roles: Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel.

"Boy Meets World" ran on ABC from 1993-2000 with Savage as Cory Matthews in the original series and Fishel as his love interest, Topanga Lawrence.

A representative for the Disney Channel commented on the series to E! News saying the following: "We can confirm that Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel will reprise their hugely popular roles of Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence, this time as a happily married couple and parents to 13-year-old Riley, from whose point of view the story is told. 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."

Currently the Disney Channel is holding a nationwide search to cast the role of teenage daughter Riley Matthews.

Savage was delighted by the news and posted a message to his Twitter account on Monday saying, "I'm going to be a father! Well, on TV at least. The 'Boy Meets World' sequel is officially happening!"

Fishel posted a message on her blog about the news as well.

 "Because I have known Michael Jacobs, Ben Savage, Rider Strong, Will Friedle, and Bill Daniels for 19 years, I know we share many of the same feelings regarding the 7 wonderful years we spent making BMW" she said. "Those years were among the most warm, hilarious, insightful, educational years of my life and I wouldn't trade them for the world. Another thing I wouldn't trade for anything is the integrity and the heart with which BMW was made."

She also promised that she will make "Girl Meets World" with the same "honesty, innocence, and intelligence" as "Boy Meets World." 

Besides Savage and Fishel, it is unknown how many other original cast members from "Boy Meets World" will join the new series.