From 1993 to 2000, viewers followed the relationship of Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence-Matthews on "Boy Meets World." More than a decade later, the couple's daughter, Riley, is trying to navigate her 'tween years -- and problems that go with them -- especially in regard to bonds with family and friends. At John Quincy Adams Middle School in Manhattan, Riley finds being a student more difficult because her dad is a history teacher there, and she's in his class. Her mom, a lawyer, is involved in her social life and owns a trendy teen hangout. Among Riley's classmates are best friend Maya, crush Lucas, and quirky Farkle, son of Cory and Topanga's peer Stuart Minkus.
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Riley really wants to be a cheerleader; when the tryouts begin, she's determined to make the squad.
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The new English teacher wants to use a comic book as a learning tool; the principal is not pleased with her or with Cory, who defends her choice.
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The class divides when they all get detention and a riot ensues; Auggie's friend Ava is worried that she's losing him.
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Eric finds out that he was only recruited to run for Senate because he was expected to lose; Riley and her friends help with his campaign.
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Riley and Lucas's classmates are nosey and curious about their relationship.
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Maya and Riley meet a salesgirl named Aubrey, who tricks them into using Topanga's credit card on an pricey purchase.
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Auggie experiences an existential crisis while trying to figure out what he wants to be; Farkle and Maya are caught cheating on a test and must face the school honor board.
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Riley lies to her parents so that she can go to a party with Maya; she feels guilty for sneaking around.
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Maya and Riley are fighting; unsure of what to do, Cory finds help in the form of his older brother, Eric; Eric tries to act as mediator.
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The Matthews clan bring Shawn and Maya to Philadelphia to dig up a time capsule that Cory, Topanga and Shawn had buried 15 years before; the kids decide to create a capsule of their own.
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With the arrival of a new student and old friend comes a revelation about Lucas's past and who he used to be.
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Mrs. Svorski wants to Topanga to run the bakery; Maya and Riley look forward to having a new teacher that isn't Riley's dad.
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Corey and Riley plan to set up Shawn with Maya's mom; Maya celebrates her 14th birthday with Riley and her family.
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Cory agrees to let Lucas take Riley on a date but only if Maya and Farkle go with them as chaperones.
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Riley takes the class fish home for the week only to discover that it's dead; Auggie suspects foul play.
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Smackle is a debate champion from another school with a massive crush on Farkle; Riley and Maya make her over when she realizes that Farkle only sees her as a rival.
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Riley and Maya are forced to work in the school cafeteria; Lucas and Farkle are assigned janitorial duty.
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When Farkle is picked on for not fitting in, Riley, Maya and Lucas rally him to show their classmates how to respect each other's differences.
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Riley invites her friends to participate in family game night; Maya's thrilled when she learns that Riley's Uncle Josh is also playing.
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Riley and her friends experience New York circa 1961 when Cory hands out a living-history assignment.
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Maya's artwork is displayed at a school event; Riley sees this as the perfect time for Maya to reconcile with her mother; meanwhile, former classmate Minkus makes a surprise visit to the Matthews' residence.
Being a middle child isn't easy, as tween Harley Diaz can tell you. The inventive girl feels the need to come up with creative ways to stand out in her family's crowded home, where she lives with her parents and six siblings, to avoid getting lost in the madness. The series, told from Harley's point of view, tends to find humor in the otherwise mundane happenings of everyday life. The menagerie that is the Diaz children includes self-involved Rachel, basketball-playing Georgie, invincible twins Lewie and "Beast," strong-willed youngster Daphne, and Ethan, Harley's closest ally.
High-school student K.C. Cooper is a math whiz with a black belt in karate. A normal teen otherwise, her life changes when her parents, Craig and Kira, recruit her to be a spy in a secret government agency known as The Organization. Along with her parents and younger siblings Ernie and Judy -- the latter is a humanoid robot -- K.C. must balance a civilian existence with undercover missions designed to save the world. As K.C. goes about spying, she must keep the newfound career a secret from best friend Marisa.
Liv and Maddie Rooney are identical twins who have been leading different lives for the last few years. Maddie is a high school basketball phenom in Wisconsin who prefers high tops to high heels. Cool, confident social butterfly Liv has been in Hollywood for the past four years starring on a hit TV show. When Liv returns home and the girls share a bedroom, Maddie quickly realizes that it's not easy sharing a small space with a sister who has become accustomed to being in the spotlight, for Liv inserts herself into situations when she thinks Maddie needs help. Despite their antithetical personalities and aspirations -- but with an unbreakable bond -- they are able to accomplish pretty much anything they try.
"Dog With a Blog" is a sitcom that is told from the pup's perspective. The show is about a newly blended family led by parents Bennett and Ellen, whose kids -- Tyler, Avery and Chloe -- are trying to adjust to life as stepsiblings. Tyler and Avery are typical teenagers and are slowly learning to communicate with each other. When they discover a secret about the family's recently adopted pet dog, Stan, they decide to keep it a secret -- even from their parents. What is Stan's secret? He talks and blogs. Complicating their attempt to keep the secret is younger sister Chloe, who thinks it's normal to have a talking pooch after she overhears him. But thankfully the parents just chalk it up to Chloe's overactive imagination. As for Stan, he has a knack for getting himself, Tyler and Avery into sticky situations, which helps teach the kids how important family is and how much they need to work together to keep Stan's secret safe.