Emmy nominations have finally been revealed and one show fans will be happy to see got some love for the last time ever possible: Girl Meets World. That's right, the show might be over for good after three seasons, but they're going out with a bang.
It was announced that GMW is nominated for the third time in the Outstanding Children's Program category, up against Nickelodeon's School of Rock. The official writer's account shared the big news on Twitter.
Grateful to be nominated for our 3rd Emmy in 3 years. We thank the Academy and as always our remarkably loyal audience, cast and crew.— Girl Meets Writers (@GMWWriters) July 13, 2017
And of course most of the cast, including Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter, Peyton Meyer and August Maturo all shared their heartfelt messages, expressing their gratitude to those who worked so hard on the show all those years.
GMW got its 3rd Emmy nom. today, thank you to the Academy and of course our incredible audience♥️ @TheEmmys congrats cast+crew!!— Sabrina Carpenter (@SabrinaAnnLynn) July 13, 2017
Can't get over how similar Row and Sabs' messages are. Precious, really. And it's clearly they're all hoping this time around will be when they bring home the prize.
Very thankful to the Academy and our amazing audience. Huge congrats cast and crew. 3rd times the charm 🤞🏻 https://t.co/OyWb3N5EX3— peyton meyer (@peytonmeyer9) July 14, 2017
Daniele Fishel, who played the one and only Topanga Matthews, shared the news on her Instagram account, just posting a screenshot of the category, and in her caption, described an inside joke that tbh, we all wish we were in on.
"3rd time is a charm. Congrats to the hard-working cast and crew of Girl Meets World, especially our writers who tirelessly (and sometimes thanklessly) gave their all every week. Well, except that one week where we all got lazy but otherwise flawless. 😉 Let's go win an Emmy!!" she wrote.
This is all just too cute. The short-lived series was canceled after only three seasons and while there was hope another network like Netflix or Hulu would pick up the show, the series creator Michael Jacobs confirmed that this wasn't going to happen, although he tried really hard to make it come true.
I wasn't able to find a new venue for the show. I'm sorry. We brought our best and hope we made you think and feel. Until next time. Thanks.— Girl Meets Writers (@GMWWriters) May 3, 2017
Many felt the series ended far too soon so if they end up snagging this Emmy win, well that will be the sweetest victory.