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?girl Meets World,? ?zapped? Deliver For Disney Channel In Friday Premiere | Variety

Parry Gripp Talks about Disney?s Latest Animated Offering: 7D « Nerdist

SLEEPY, DOC, HAPPY, GRUMPY, BASHFUL, DOPEY, SNEEZY Disney Channel gave Girl a strong launchpad by skedding it behind the premiere of original telepic Zapped, featuring two of the channels latest stars, Zendaya and Spencer Boldman. Zapped opened at 8 p.m. to 5.7 million viewers, enough to make it the top-rated cable telecast of the year to date in kids 2-11 (2.9 million), kids 6-11 (2.3 million) and tweens 9-14 (2.1 million). However, Zapped fell short of the high bar set last summer by Disney Channels retro beach-party musical Teen Beach Movie , which garnered 8.4 million viewers in its July 2013 debut. Girl bowed at 9:45 p.m. with 2.3 million viewers in kids 2-11, 1.8 million in kids 6-11 and 1.7 million in tweens. In a clear sign that parents were watching Zapped with their kids, the telepic did a healthy 1.3 million viewers in adults 18-49. Girl brought in 1.6 million viewers in adults 18-49. With Girl, the series that picks up where ABCs 1990s TGIF comedy Boy Meets World generated a tidal wave of media coverage and nostalgia for the Alphabets distinct brand of family comedies from the 1980s and 90s. Boy Meets World reruns were a staple on Disney Channel for years, which primed the pump for interest in Girl. Disney Channel said Girl ranks as the most-viewed series ever on the Watch Disney Channel authenticated app and the most downloaded Disney Channel series preview on iTunes.
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But when I was a kid we had movies like The Cat From Outer Space remember that? N: Yes! Theres a generation of us that grew up on Wonderful World of Disney we would watch it every Sunday night! PG: Yep! I watched The Wonderful World of Disney every Sunday night! N: Where do you find inspiration when youre creating music for a TV show Obviously the show itself, but do you ever pull from outside sources? PG: Well, it has to happen really fast. And they send me the script, so Im working from a script. For instance, there will be a part when Happy will sing a song and sometimes there are lyrics, sometimes there arent. A lot comes from hearing the actors voices in my head and trying to make it funny how they would say it. I was inspired by the Robin Hood movie with Roger Miller it just has great acoustic guitars and singing I used that a lot in reference with this show.
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