The character, with his leather jacket and floppy haircut that turned actor Rider Strong into a major crush for fans, appeared in all 158 episodes of "Boy Meets World." After the series ended in 2000, Strong continued acting in shows such as "Kim Possible" and "Pepper Dennis," and movies such as 2002's "Cabin Fever." The Columbia grad (English, '04) and Bennington College M. Once the show ended, Friedle kept up a career on the small screen, although viewers might not have recognized him.
He's most recently appeared on the CBS new series "Vegas." Danielle Fishel came to fame playing '90s dream girl Topanga Lawrence, who went from aggravating know-it-all to Cory Matthews' sweetheart and, at series end, his wife.
Fishel tried her hand at film with "National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze" after the series ended, but has moved away from acting in recent years.
Warner Bros TV, where Bad Robot is based, is the studio.
The series is expected to be taken to the marketplace shortly.
Following "Boy Meets World" series finale, Savage went on to graduate from college in real life, earning a degree in political science from Stanford in 2004.