Raven's Home


Raven's Home Information

Raven's Home is an American comedy television series developed by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas that premiered on Disney Channel on July 21, 2017. Based on the characters created by Michael Poryes and Susan Sherman, the series is a spinoff and sequel to That's So Raven, which is the second spinoff from that series after Cory in the House. It centers around Raven Baxter (Raven-Symon), a divorced mother of two preteen twins (Issac Ryan Brown and Navia Robinson) living with her childhood best friend Chelsea Daniels (Anneliese van der Pol) and her son (Jason Maybaum) in Chicago, Illinois.

Plot

Best friends Raven and Chelsea, both divorced mothers, are now raising their children in an apartment together in Chicago. Their house is turned upside down when they realize one of Raven's children, Booker, has inherited the same psychic abilities as his mother.

Characters

  • Raven Baxter (Raven-Symon) is the mother of Nia and Booker and best friend of Chelsea. Raven got divorced prior to the series, later to be revealed Devon Carter, an ex-boyfriend from high school, and now lives with Chelsea and her son in Chicago. She is also psychic, but she decides not tell her children about her visions as she believes they would not understand her.
  • Booker Baxter-Carter (Issac Ryan Brown) is the 11-year-old son of Raven and twin brother of Nia. Like his mother, he is psychic. He first experiences a vision at school about Levi getting stuck. He later decides not to tell his mother about his psychic abilities.
  • Nia Baxter-Carter (Navia Robinson) is the 11-year-old daughter of Raven and twin sister of Booker. She initially does not believe her brother's psychic abilities, insisting it's one of his made up stories. When her brother has a vision of Nia getting hit by a boxing bag and later becomes true, she believes her brother is psychic.
  • Levi Grayson (Jason Maybaum) is the 9-year-old son of Chelsea. He is very mature for his age and often acts as the parent in his relationship with his mother.
  • Tess (Sky Katz) is the young neighbor of Raven and Chelsea who befriends Nia.
  • Chelsea Daniels (Anneliese van der Pol) is the mother of Levi and best friend of Raven. She married a man named Garrett, who was later arrested for tax evasion and had an affair with the woman who was an unidentified type of law enforcer that arrested him. He stole all her money during the tax evasion, and she subsequently divorced him and moved in with Raven in Chicago. While living with Raven, Chelsea tries to make different foods which goes horribly awry.

Production

Eight years after That's So Raven ended, there was speculation and rumors that the series would get a second spinoff or revamp. On August 14, 2015, a reunion with Raven-Symon and her former co-stars happened on The View, where they discussed all things about the series and past times. T'Keyah Crystal Keymh and Rondell Sheridan were not present, but got a special mention from Raven-Symon herself.

The series was announced on October 27, 2016, where Raven-Symon also announced that she was departing as co-host of The View later in 2016 in order to work on the series full time, and was officially greenlit to series with the title of Raven's Home on April 4, 2017. On November 14, 2016, it was announced that Anneliese van der Pol will reprise her role of Chelsea Daniels in the series as a divorced mother who is raising a son, Levi, and moves in with Raven. Executive producers Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas serve as showrunners and head writers, with Raven-Symon also on the writing team as an executive producer. The series premiered on Disney Channel on July 21, 2017, and is filmed at Hollywood Center Studios.

Episodes

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| ProdCode = 101 | Viewers = 3.50 | ShortSummary = Now living in Chicago, Raven and Chelsea have moved in together with their children after their divorces. Raven has twins Nia and Booker and Chelsea has a son named Levi. One day, Raven has a vision of Nia complaining about Booker always getting the attention from their mother. Raven sets out to fix this issue by spending more time with her. Meanwhile, Booker has his first vision at school and decides not to tell his psychic mother, who coincidentally also did not tell her children.

Guest star: Leslie David Baker as Principal Wentworth | LineColor = 800080 }}

| ProdCode = 103 | Viewers = 1.66 | ShortSummary = After Chelsea and Levi moved in, Nia moved to the couch. She begins to feel she lacks privacy and space for herself and avoids telling Raven about her issues. When Raven tells Nia that she loves having Chelsea and her son at the house, Nia begins to feel guilty and turns to her father, Devon, who reveals he is moving to Texas for a job. Meanwhile, Booker, after hearing about Levi's old room, tries to make Levi more at home by buying a trampoline.

Guest star: Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter | LineColor = 800080 }}

| ProdCode = 102 | Viewers = 1.20 | ShortSummary = After both Chelsea and Booker break something in the house, Raven demands that no one call the landlord since she hasn't told them that Chelsea and Levi have moved in the apartment. When Nia and Booker get frustrated cleaning the dishes, they call the landlord Mr. Jablonski against their mother's wishes. When Mr. Jablonski finds out about Chelsea and her son, he raises the rent or else everyone will have to move out by the end of the month. Meanwhile, Nia and Booker hold a yard sale to help their mother and Levi makes friends with their neighbor who turns out to be the apartment's proprietor and Mr. Jablonski's mother.

Guest stars: Skyler Day as Paisley, Bruno Amato as Mr. Jablonski, Peggy Miley as Ma Jablonski | LineColor = 800080 }}

| ProdCode = 104 | Viewers = 1.35 | ShortSummary = Raven and the twins plan a surprise goodbye party for Devon, who is moving away to Texas to become a weatherman. When Raven has a vision of her children being upset about Devon's departure, she plans a weekend with activities Devon would do with the children. Not all goes as planned. Meanwhile, Chelsea accidentally destroys the twins' stuffed bear given to them by their dad, so she and Levi set out to try and fix it.

Guest stars: Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter, Jordan Black as Carnie

Absent: Sky Katz as Tess | LineColor = 800080 }}

| ProdCode = 105 | Viewers = 1.44 | ShortSummary = Raven catches Nia wearing makeup and makes her take it off, saying that she is too young. One morning before school, Nia steals Raven's makeup and wears it to school. She gains popularity and accidentally hosts a party on the rooftop. Meanwhile, Booker tries to help Levi when he doesn't want to go to school and Raven tries to salvage her job when her boss wants to meet Raven's fake dogs named after her children.

Guest stars: Skyler Day as Paisley, Lexi Underwood as Shannon, Anthony Alabi as Coach Spitz | LineColor = 800080 }}

| ProdCode = 107 | Viewers = 1.25 | ShortSummary = Raven and Chelsea decide to go out at a club called The Vault. When they are unable to find a babysitter for the night, they decide to trust their kids and Tess to stay home alone. While they are out, the children spill drinks on a chair and attempt to fix it. Elsewhere, Raven and Chelsea run into problems with a partygoer. Also, Booker has a vision of Raven getting locked into the vault of the club. They go out and try to save her.

Guest stars: Reginald Ballard as Bouncer, Nina Millin as Brenda | LineColor = 800080 }}

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| ProdCode = 109 | Viewers = | ShortSummary = | LineColor = 800080 }}

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Ratings

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