It’s the future she can see…but did she see this coming?
By: Katie Sweigart
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA– “Raven’s Home”, a follow-up series to the Disney Channel Original Series, “That’s So Raven”, has been renewed for a second season.
The sitcom has become the highest-rated show in its timeslot and brings in over 50 million viewers on TV and digital platforms, following its premiere in July.
Raven Symoné returns as Raven Baxter, as well as one of the executive producers for the show.
“It feels fantastic to be home[…]There’s nothing like coming to set and seeing people that I’ve worked with since the age of 15…It feels good. It feels comfortable. I’m not scared,” Simoné said recently in an interview with E! News.
According to E! News, Executive Vice President for Original Programming, Disney Channels Worldwide, Adam Bonnett was also excited for Raven to return home to Disney Channel.
“The entire cast and crew have delivered a classic family sitcom that kids and families will be watching for many years to come,” said Bonnett.
The sitcom follows Raven Baxter as she takes on the role of a divorced single mom to twins, alongside BFF Chelsea, played by Anneliese van der Pol.
Raven’s ability to see the future proves to be genetic, as one of her 11-year-old twins, Booker (played by Isaac Ryan Brown) has the same ability.
Filming is set to resume in Hollywood in November.