Disney Renews ‘That’s So Raven’ Spinoff for Season 2

Raven is coming back home to Disney Channel for a second season of “Raven’s Home,” the spinoff of “That’s So Raven,” Variety has learned. Disney has renewed “Raven’s Home,” and the series will go back into production next month. No premiere date has been slated for Season 2. In “Raven’s Home,” Raven-Symoné plays her original role […]

Raven is coming back home to Disney Channel for a second season of “Raven’s Home,” the spinoff of “That’s So Raven,” Variety has learned. Disney has renewed “Raven’s Home,” and the series will go back into production next month. No premiere date has been slated for Season 2. In “Raven’s Home,” Raven-Symoné plays her original role […]

‘Raven’s Home’ Trailer: First Look At ‘That’s So Raven’ Sequel Series

Raven Symoné returns to her Disney Channel roots on July 21 with the series premiere of Raven’s Home, the continuation of the network’s That So Raven that made Raven-Symoné a star and helped put Disney Channel on the map. The network released the first-look trailer promo for it online today.
The planned sequel originally was announced last year, with Raven-Symoné and Anneliese Van Der Pol reprising their roles as best friends Raven Baxter and Chelsea Daniels. She…

Raven Symoné returns to her Disney Channel roots on July 21 with the series premiere of Raven’s Home, the continuation of the network’s That So Raven that made Raven-Symoné a star and helped put Disney Channel on the map. The network released the first-look trailer promo for it online today. The planned sequel originally was announced last year, with Raven-Symoné and Anneliese Van Der Pol reprising their roles as best friends Raven Baxter and Chelsea Daniels. She…

Watch the First Trailer for ‘That’s So Raven’ Spinoff ‘Raven’s Home’

Raven-Symoné is back — and it’s the future her son can see? In the new trailer for the Disney Channel spinoff “Raven’s Home,” life in the hectic household gets even wackier when Raven’s son starts to inherit his mom’s psychic tendencies. Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol are now mothers as they reprise their role… Read more »

Raven-Symoné is back — and it’s the future her son can see? In the new trailer for the Disney Channel spinoff “Raven’s Home,” life in the hectic household gets even wackier when Raven’s son starts to inherit his mom’s psychic tendencies. Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol are now mothers as they reprise their role... Read more »

‘That’s So Raven’ Spinoff Ordered to Series at Disney Channel, Adds 4 to Cast

Disney Channel has officially ordered the “That’s So Raven” spin-off to series, the network announced on Tuesday.

Production on “Raven’s Home” is set to begin this month, with the show scheduled to premiere later this year. As previously announced Raven-Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol will reprise their roles from the original series as best friends Raven Baxter and Chelsea Daniels.

The series will pick up with Raven and Chelsea, who are now divorced single mothers raising their two separate families in one chaotic, but fun household full of friends. When one of Raven’s kids begins to show signs that they have inherited her trait of catching glimpses of the future, the already hectic household gets turned upside down, keeping even Raven on her toes.

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Issac Brown and Navia Robinson have been cast as Raven’s 11-year-old twins Booker and Nia, respectively, and Jason Maybaum will play Chelsea’s nine-year-old son Levi. Sky Katz also joins the cast as Nia’s best friend Tess.

“There is only one Raven – and for over 25 years, she has blessed audiences around the world with the greatest gift of all – the pure, unadulterated joy of laugh-out-loud funny. After being a part of over 20 different Disney projects, we are thrilled to be bringing Raven home to Disney Channel once again,” said Gary Marsh, president and chief creative officer, Disney Channels Worldwide.

Raven-Symoné will serve as an executive producer on the series, alongside Scott Thomas and Jed Elinoff of Disney’s “Best Friends Whenever.”

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Disney Channel has officially ordered the “That’s So Raven” spin-off to series, the network announced on Tuesday.

Production on “Raven’s Home” is set to begin this month, with the show scheduled to premiere later this year. As previously announced Raven-Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol will reprise their roles from the original series as best friends Raven Baxter and Chelsea Daniels.

The series will pick up with Raven and Chelsea, who are now divorced single mothers raising their two separate families in one chaotic, but fun household full of friends. When one of Raven’s kids begins to show signs that they have inherited her trait of catching glimpses of the future, the already hectic household gets turned upside down, keeping even Raven on her toes.

Issac Brown and Navia Robinson have been cast as Raven’s 11-year-old twins Booker and Nia, respectively, and Jason Maybaum will play Chelsea’s nine-year-old son Levi. Sky Katz also joins the cast as Nia’s best friend Tess.

“There is only one Raven – and for over 25 years, she has blessed audiences around the world with the greatest gift of all – the pure, unadulterated joy of laugh-out-loud funny. After being a part of over 20 different Disney projects, we are thrilled to be bringing Raven home to Disney Channel once again,” said Gary Marsh, president and chief creative officer, Disney Channels Worldwide.

Raven-Symoné will serve as an executive producer on the series, alongside Scott Thomas and Jed Elinoff of Disney’s “Best Friends Whenever.”

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‘That’s So Raven’ Spinoff Ordered to Series at Disney Channel

The Disney Channel has ordered its “That’s So Raven” spinoff to series with a premiere eyed for later this year, Variety has learned. “Raven’s Home,” as it is now known, will star Raven-Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol, who will reprise their roles as best friends Raven Baxter and Chelsea Daniels. New cast members include Issac Brown… Read more »

The Disney Channel has ordered its “That’s So Raven” spinoff to series with a premiere eyed for later this year, Variety has learned. “Raven’s Home,” as it is now known, will star Raven-Symoné and Anneliese van der Pol, who will reprise their roles as best friends Raven Baxter and Chelsea Daniels. New cast members include Issac Brown... Read more »

‘That’s So Raven’ Cast: Where Are They Now? (Photos)

Then: Playing Raven Baxter, a teenager with psychic abilities who gets into all sorts of trouble.

Now: Leaving “The View” to play Raven Baxter, a single mom whose preteen offspring develops psychic abilities.

Raven-Symone is the first confirmed cast member for the new series.

Orlando Brown

Then: Playing Raven’s best friend Eddie on all four seasons of “That’s So Raven.”

Now: After roles in films like “Straight Outta Compton,” Brown was arrested and charged with a litany of crimes from drug possession to domestic battery.

This recent history will probably be a pretty big obstacle in bringing Eddie back for the spinoff.

Anneliese van der Pol

Then: Playing Raven’s best friend Chelsea on all four seasons of “That’s So Raven.”

Now: Still acting and singing, the actress made her Broadway debut as Belle in “Beauty and the Beast” after the show ended and has been a mainstay on stage and screen ever since.

Chelsea’s probably a safe bet on making guest appearances on the new spinoff.

Kyle Massey

Then: As Raven’s scene-stealing younger brother Cory, Massey was given the first “That’s So Raven” spinoff series – “Cory in the House.”

Now: Massey continued to act and sing and competed on “Dancing With the Stars.” Though he hasn’t said anything about the sequel on social media, he’ll probably show up once in a while.

T’Keyah Crystal Keymah

Then: The family matriarch was a regular on the show for three seasons, then “went to law school” and was never seen or heard from again.

Now: The actress seems extremely interested in the “That’s So Raven” spinoff, and open to returning, perhaps especially after it was revealed that she had to leave the show in the first place for family emergency reasons.

Then:

Now: “Hmmm there’s a lot in the news today,” the actor tweeted cryptically the day the news of the spinoff broke. “I’ll believe it when I get a phone call.”

Then: Playing Raven Baxter, a teenager with psychic abilities who gets into all sorts of trouble.

Now: Leaving “The View” to play Raven Baxter, a single mom whose preteen offspring develops psychic abilities.

Raven-Symone is the first confirmed cast member for the new series.

Orlando Brown

Then: Playing Raven’s best friend Eddie on all four seasons of “That’s So Raven.”

Now: After roles in films like “Straight Outta Compton,” Brown was arrested and charged with a litany of crimes from drug possession to domestic battery.

This recent history will probably be a pretty big obstacle in bringing Eddie back for the spinoff.

Anneliese van der Pol

Then: Playing Raven’s best friend Chelsea on all four seasons of “That’s So Raven.”

Now: Still acting and singing, the actress made her Broadway debut as Belle in “Beauty and the Beast” after the show ended and has been a mainstay on stage and screen ever since.

Chelsea’s probably a safe bet on making guest appearances on the new spinoff.

Kyle Massey

Then: As Raven’s scene-stealing younger brother Cory, Massey was given the first “That’s So Raven” spinoff series – “Cory in the House.”

Now: Massey continued to act and sing and competed on “Dancing With the Stars.” Though he hasn’t said anything about the sequel on social media, he’ll probably show up once in a while.

T’Keyah Crystal Keymah

Then: The family matriarch was a regular on the show for three seasons, then “went to law school” and was never seen or heard from again.

Now: The actress seems extremely interested in the “That’s So Raven” spinoff, and open to returning, perhaps especially after it was revealed that she had to leave the show in the first place for family emergency reasons.

Then:

Now: “Hmmm there’s a lot in the news today,” the actor tweeted cryptically the day the news of the spinoff broke. “I’ll believe it when I get a phone call.”

‘That’s So Raven’ Sequel Set At Disney Channel; Raven-Symoné Stars & Produces

Raven-Symoné, who just announced she will be leaving The View, is staying in the Disney family with a That’s So Raven sequel for the Disney Channel. She is relocating from New York, where The View is taped, back to Los Angeles to work on the family sitcom, which is beginning preliminary casting.
Raven will reprise her title role of Raven Baxter in the offshoot, which she also will executive produce. On the new show, Raven is a divorced mother to two pre-teen kids (a son…

Raven-Symoné, who just announced she will be leaving The View, is staying in the Disney family with a That’s So Raven sequel for the Disney Channel. She is relocating from New York, where The View is taped, back to Los Angeles to work on the family sitcom, which is beginning preliminary casting. Raven will reprise her title role of Raven Baxter in the offshoot, which she also will executive produce. On the new show, Raven is a divorced mother to two pre-teen kids (a son…

Raven-Symoné to Exit ‘The View’ for Disney Channel’s ‘That’s So Raven’ Spinoff

Another host is set to depart “The View.” Raven-Symoné is leaving the ABC daytime talkshow by year’s end to develop a spinoff of her comedy series “That’s So Raven” for Disney Channel, Variety has learned. Symoné will relocate from New York City to Los Angeles for the spinoff, in which she’s set to star and serve as… Read more »

Another host is set to depart “The View.” Raven-Symoné is leaving the ABC daytime talkshow by year’s end to develop a spinoff of her comedy series “That’s So Raven” for Disney Channel, Variety has learned. Symoné will relocate from New York City to Los Angeles for the spinoff, in which she’s set to star and serve as... Read more »

‘The View’: Raven-Symone to Exit as Co-Host Later This Year

The hosting chair roulette at ABC’s “The View” continues, with Raven-Symone announcing Thursday that she is leaving the show.

Her last day is not yet determined but will be before year’s end.

The actress-turned-talk-show-co-host will return to her sitcom roots and to Los Angeles, where she will executive produce and star in a spinoff series based on her Disney Channel comedy “That’s So Raven.”

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In the spinoff, the now grown-up Raven Baxter will be a newly divorced mother raising preteens. The original sitcom ran from 2003-2007 and featured Raven as a teenager with psychic abilities. Subsequently, the new show will feature one of Raven’s children who begins to develop the same supernatural powers.

The co-host’s exit from “The View” is a new wrinkle in several years’ worth of musical chairs at the daytime talk show.

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“Good Morning America” weekend anchor Sara Haines was added as a new co-host, in August.

The move came after comedian Michelle Collins was let go from the show. Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris all still remain for the current Season 20.

Haines’ addition had been a topic of speculation since June, shortly after Collins was given the boot, and Raven-Symone‘s departure has been rumored in recent months as well.

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The hosting chair roulette at ABC’s “The View” continues, with Raven-Symone announcing Thursday that she is leaving the show.

Her last day is not yet determined but will be before year’s end.

The actress-turned-talk-show-co-host will return to her sitcom roots and to Los Angeles, where she will executive produce and star in a spinoff series based on her Disney Channel comedy “That’s So Raven.”

In the spinoff, the now grown-up Raven Baxter will be a newly divorced mother raising preteens. The original sitcom ran from 2003-2007 and featured Raven as a teenager with psychic abilities. Subsequently, the new show will feature one of Raven’s children who begins to develop the same supernatural powers.

The co-host’s exit from “The View” is a new wrinkle in several years’ worth of musical chairs at the daytime talk show.

“Good Morning America” weekend anchor Sara Haines was added as a new co-host, in August.

The move came after comedian Michelle Collins was let go from the show. Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris all still remain for the current Season 20.

Haines’ addition had been a topic of speculation since June, shortly after Collins was given the boot, and Raven-Symone‘s departure has been rumored in recent months as well.

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‘That’s So Raven’ Spinoff Starring Raven-Symone in the Works at Disney Channel

“That’s So Raven” is returning to Disney Channel, along with star Raven-Symone, the company announced Thursday.

The spinoff of the sitcom which ran from 2003 to 2007 will feature Raven Baxter as a grown woman, now with kids of her own. The daytime talk show host will star in and also executive produce the new series.

Consequently, Raven-Symone is leaving “The View,” exiting at some point in December.

In the new show’s pilot, Raven is now a divorced mother to two pre-teen kids (a son and daughter), one of whom has inherited her ability to catch glimpses of the future.

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“Raven’s brilliant style of fearless comedy was a driving force for Disney Channel’s success around the world,” said Disney Channel EVP of Original Programming Adam Bonnett in a statement. “Her performance in ‘That’s So Raven’ is timeless. We now have our eyes on the future with her, and we’re looking forward to telling more stories for a new generation with an adult Raven Baxter raising her young family.”

Writers on the new Disney Channel sitcom are working on the script and casting for Raven’s kids is revving up, with the network planning to introduce both new and familiar characters.

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The original sitcom starred Raven-Symone as a teenager who could see the future, getting into all kinds of mishaps with her friends and family as a result.

Scott Thomas and Jed Elinoff are working on the development of the untitled spin-off series.

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“That’s So Raven” is returning to Disney Channel, along with star Raven-Symone, the company announced Thursday.

The spinoff of the sitcom which ran from 2003 to 2007 will feature Raven Baxter as a grown woman, now with kids of her own. The daytime talk show host will star in and also executive produce the new series.

Consequently, Raven-Symone is leaving “The View,” exiting at some point in December.

In the new show’s pilot, Raven is now a divorced mother to two pre-teen kids (a son and daughter), one of whom has inherited her ability to catch glimpses of the future.

“Raven’s brilliant style of fearless comedy was a driving force for Disney Channel’s success around the world,” said Disney Channel EVP of Original Programming Adam Bonnett in a statement. “Her performance in ‘That’s So Raven’ is timeless. We now have our eyes on the future with her, and we’re looking forward to telling more stories for a new generation with an adult Raven Baxter raising her young family.”

Writers on the new Disney Channel sitcom are working on the script and casting for Raven’s kids is revving up, with the network planning to introduce both new and familiar characters.

The original sitcom starred Raven-Symone as a teenager who could see the future, getting into all kinds of mishaps with her friends and family as a result.

Scott Thomas and Jed Elinoff are working on the development of the untitled spin-off series.

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