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'Girl Meets World' Season 3 News: Uncle Josh Will Play A Big Part

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The introduction of Uncle Josh is expected to bring a new vibe to "Girl Meets World" when it returns for its third season.

Fans are looking forward to seeing Riley, played by Rowan Blanchard, and her friends head off to high school in "Girl Meets World" Season 3. With a new environment, it can be expected that the group will encounter several new challenges ahead.

As reported by The Wrap, the creator and executive producer of "Girl Meets World," Michael Jacobs, shared some details about how the characters will fare now that they are in high school. According to Jacobs, Uncle Josh, played by Uriah Shelton, will play a major role in the characters' transition into high school.

Even though Josh is only just starting college, Jacobs stated that he will help Riley and the others find their way around their new setting. It was explained that Uncle Josh will be there to teach the high schoolers that not everything in life is easy. With that, he will be a catalyst in the growth and development of the other characters.

Jacobs stated, "They'll get to find an entrance, a mirror of what the next steps for them are going to be. They move into high school, and let me tell you high school will not be an easy adjustment for this cast. And Josh will move into college. That will be what's next for our girls. They'll be able to look forward and Josh will show them the next step of evolution."

With that, fans are expecting to see Josh help Riley and Maya, played by Sabrina Carpenter, in their love triangle with Lucas, played by Peyton Meyer. Their complicated relationships have been the main focus on the final episodes of "Girl Meets World" Season 2.

However, Jacobs also revealed that the upcoming season will put a resolution to the love triangle. In addition, he explained that it will help the characters gain a new perspective on relationships in general.

"Girl Meets World" Season 3 is expected to premiere in Disney Channel later this year.

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