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Raven's Home is the second That's So Raven spin-off series on Disney Channel and serves as the third series in Disney's Ravenverse. The series started production in early 2017 for a premiere on Disney Channel that same year. This is Disney Channel's first revival of an original series after a spin-off, which is Cory in the House.

The series was ordered by Disney Channel on April 3, 2017, and on April 28 of that year, production for Raven's Home officially began. On April 30, 2017, it was confirmed by the official Raven's Home Twitter page and other sources that the series would premiere following the launch of Descendants 2.

The series ended after six seasons, and on May 15, 2024, a third spin-off series titled Alice in the Palace from Disney Branded Television was announced.[1]

Series overview

Main article: Raven's Home episode list

Season One (2017)

The new series focuses on Raven and Chelsea each divorced with kids of their own. The single moms come together to help raise their children – Raven Baxter's 11-year-old twins Booker and Nia, Chelsea's 9-year-old son Levi – in one chaotic, but fun household that often includes Nia's best friend and their neighbor Tess. Raven still catches glimpses of the future, but she's not the only one in the family who does – Booker has the same ability. While Booker uses his newly found power to try and make sense of middle school and his new family life, Raven uses her power to help her be a better mom, a great fashion designer and an awesome friend. Hilarity ensues as Raven and Booker's visions collide, but no matter the situation, they figure everything out together as one big happy family.

Season Two (2018)

In the second season, Raven Baxter and the entire family learn that her son Booker has inherited her ability to catch glimpses of the future. Like his whole-hearted and watchful mom, Booker can only get a peek at what’s to come, but it’s just enough to drive each of them to interfere with the anticipated outcome. His ability to see brief visions of the future are nascent and uncontrollable and often seem to collide with Raven’s own visions, setting in motion madcap adventures for Booker and his twin sister Nia, their extended family, including Raven’s longtime best friend Chelsea and her son Levi, and Nia’s best friend and neighbor Tess.

Season Three (2019-2020)

Raven Baxter and her twins Booker and Nia—along with Raven’s longtime best friend Chelsea and son Levi, and Nia’s best friend and neighbor Tess—are focused on pursuing their creative dreams. Booker, Nia and Tess form a music group, The Chi-Lective, with Levi as their music video director, all in hopes of winning the grand prize for the Radio Eclipse Live Contest. Meanwhile, Raven is determined to launch her fashion line, while Chelsea has found her job as a life coach. Raven’s and Booker’s glimpses of the future continue to drive the madcap adventures for their lively household. Like mother, like son, they both see just enough to drive them to interfere with the anticipated outcome which often leads to hilarious predicaments and mishaps at every corner.

Season Four (2020-2021)

In season four of “Raven’s Home”, twins Booker and Nia, along with their best friend Tess, are ready to embark on their biggest adventure yet—high school. As the teens envision a new sense of independence as Carver High freshmen, Levi has to adapt to middle school without his close friends. Raven and Chelsea must accept that their kids are growing up while managing Your Best-Dressed Life, their burgeoning life coaching and fashion business. Booker’s glimpses of the future continue to spark the madcap adventures of their lively household. Much like his mother, he sees enough to drive him to try and change the future, which often leads to hilarious predicaments and mishaps at every corner.

Season Five (2022)

Season five of “Raven’s Home,” finds Raven and Booker Baxter relocating from Chicago to San Francisco, where they will care for Raven’s father Victor after he has a “mild heart attack” Now, she finds herself nurturing her father, raising her young cousin Alice and settling into life in her old hometown. Meanwhile, Booker is “the new kid” at his mother's old high school and has to keep his visions a secret from a new group of friends.[2]

Season Six (2023)

Season six of “Raven's Home” follows the hilarious adventures driven by somewhat psychic Raven Baxter and her son Booker, who has inherited his mom’s gift to catch glimpses of the future. Also Raven’s easygoing and loveable dad, Victor; Raven’s young cousin, Alice; Neil, Victor’s neighbor and Booker’s high school classmate; and Ivy, a young neighbor who babysits Alice. Returning are Lazlo, Victor’s loyal head chef at The Chill Grill, Raven’s wealthy design assistant, Nikki; Alice’s classmate and arch-rival, Dylan; and Booker’s on-again, off-again girlfriend, Cami. Additionally, Tess O’Malley, Booker’s high-spirited and confident friend, whose arrival in San Francisco causes a jealous Neil to question his status as Booker’s BFF. [3]




  • Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter (seasons 1-4), Raven's ex-husband, and Booker and Nia's father.
  • Skyler Day as Paisley (season 1), Raven's boss.
  • Anthony Alabi as Coach Spitz (seasons 1-3)
  • Leslie David Baker as Principal Wentworth (season 1)
  • Dylan Martin Frankel as Mitch Moseley (season 2)
  • Laya DeLeon Hayes as Zeena (season 2)
  • Jenna Davis as Sienna (seasons 2-3)
  • Johnno Wilson as Garrett Grayson (seasons 3-4)
  • Max Torina as Ramon (seasons 3-4)
  • Adrienne Bailon as Alana Rivera (season 5)
  • Marissa Reyes as Cami Rivera (season 5-6)
  • Ernie Grunwald as Lazlo (season 5-6)
  • Samm Levine as Newt Slackley (season 5-6)
  • Juliana Joel as Nikki (season 5-6)





Scott Thomas and Jed Elinoff, creators of Disney Channel's Best Friends Whenever, helmed the project alongside Raven-Symoné, who executive produces and reprises her role from the original series.[4]

Adam Bonnett, executive vice president, Original Programming, Disney Channels Worldwide, said, "Raven is a one-of-a-kind, gifted performer and both she and Anneliese have an undeniable chemistry that we look forward to sharing with a new generation of kids and families. We are just as thrilled to introduce the series' new talent – Issac, Navia, Jason, and Sky – as part of this exciting new family sitcom."

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2018 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Children's Program Raven's Home Nominated
Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Performer in a Children's Program Raven-Symoné Nominated
BMI Film, TV & Visual Media Awards BMI Cable Television Music Awards Raven's Home Won
2019 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Funny TV Show Raven's Home Nominated
Favorite Female TV Star Raven-Symoné Nominated
Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Costume Design/Styling Raven's Home Nominated


  • Raven's Home is the second spin-off of Disney's 2000's show, That's So Raven. The first spin off was Cory in the House.
  • Devon, Dr. Sleevemore, Victor, and Alana Rivera are the only other characters from the original series to have appeared thus far, with the Boyz 'N Motion, Tanya and Cory being mentioned. In several episodes, the other characters can be seen on photographs.
  • It was initially reported that Nia would have the ability to see into the future.[5] This was later changed to Booker having the ability for some reason.
  • Raven's ex-husband was initially set to be a man named David.[6] This was later changed to Devon.
  • In an interview with Anneliese van der Pol, she revealed that the pilot will focus on Raven struggling with being a single mother. She also mentioned the show centers on single parenting, while also honoring and celebrating single mothers around the world.[citation needed]
  • To celebrate Raven's return to Disney Channel, Disney Channel released all 100 Episodes of That's So Raven on the app and On Demand.
  • The first episode of Raven's Home was released on YouTube, On Demand, and on the Disney Channel App starting midnight on Thursday, July 20. The premiere was only available for a limited time on YouTube before taken down by 5 pm.
  • The series premiere received 3.5 Million viewers on premiere night, making Raven's Home the #1 live action cable TV series premiere in 2 years.
  • Only four of the thirteen episodes, of season one, weren't filmed in front of a live-studio audience ("The Baxters Get Bounced", "Adventures in Mommy-Sitting", "The Baxtercism of Levi Grayson", and "Dream Moms").
  • Raven-Symoné's character plays the mother of Issac Brown. In Black-ish they played siblings.
    • Jenifer Lewis, who plays Raven Baxter's grandmother, and Booker's great-grandmother, also plays their mother in Black-ish.
  • It is the 2nd Disney Channel show to have more than 4 seasons. The first being Bunk'd.


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Season One: "Mother Dearest" • "Party Animal" • "Test of Friendship" • "Wake Up Victor" • "A Fish Called Raven" • "Smell of Victory" • "Campaign in the Neck" • "Saving Psychic Raven" • "The Parties" • "Ye Olde Dating Game" • "Dissin' Cousins" • "Teach Your Children Well" • "Driven to Insanity" • "A Dog by Any Other Name" • "Saturday Afternoon Fever" • "A Fight at the Opera" • "Psychics Wanted" • "If I Only Had a Job" • "Escape Claus" • "Separation Anxiety" • "To See or Not to See"
Season Two: "Out of Control" • "Don't Have a Cow" • "Run, Raven, Run" • "Clothes Minded" • "Four's a Crowd" • "Hearts and Minds" • "Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind" • "That's So NOT Raven" • "Blue in the Face" • "Spa Day Afternoon" • "Leave it to Diva" • "There Goes the Bride" • "Radio Heads" • "A Goat's Tale" • "He's Got the Power" • "Skunk'd" • "The Dating Shame" • "The Road to Audition" • "The Lying Game" • "Numb and Number" • "My Big Fat Pizza Party" • "Shake, Rattle, and Rae"
Season Three: "Psychic Eye for the Sloppy Guy" • "Stark Raven Mad" • "Opportunity Shocks" • "Taken to the Cleaners" • "Five Finger Discount" • "Sweeps" • "Double Vision" • "Bend it Like Baxter" • "The Big Buzz" • "True Colors" • "Dog Day Aftergroom" • "Royal Treatment" • "Art Breaker" • "Boyz 'N Commotion" • "Gettin' Outta Dodge" • "On Top of Old Oakey" • "They Work Hard for His Honey" • "Mind Your Business" • "Hizzouse Party" • "Mismatch Maker" • "Chef-Man and Raven" • "When in Dome" • "Too Much Pressure" • "Extreme Cory" • "The Grill Next Door" • "Point of No Return" • "Country Cousins" • "Food for Thought" • "Mr. Perfect" • "Goin' Hollywood" • "Save the Last Dance" • "Cake Fear" • "Vision Impossible" • "The Four Aces"
Season Four: "Raven, Sydney and the Man" • "Pin Pals" • "Dues and Don'ts" • "Unhappy Medium" • "Adventures in Boss Sitting" • "Hook Up My Space" • "Driving Miss Lazy" • "Be Prepared" • "Juicer Consequences" • "Sister Act" • "Checkin' Out" • "Fur Better or Worse" • "Mad Hot Cotillion" • "When 6021 Met 4267" • "Soup to Nuts" • "Members Only" • "The Ice Girl Cometh" • "Rae of Sunshine" • "The Dress is Always Greener" • "Teacher's Pet" • "The Way We Were" • "Where There's Smoke"

Raven's Home
Season One: "Baxter's Back" • "Big Trouble in Little Apartment" • "The Baxters Get Bounced" • "The Bearer of Dad News" • "You're Gonna Get It" • "Adventures in Mommy-Sitting" • "Dancing Tween" • "Vending the Rules" • "In-vision of Privacy" • "Fears of a Clown" • "The Baxtercism of Levi Grayson" • "Dream Moms" • "Vest in Show"
Season Two: "The Falcon and the Raven" • "Because" • "Cop To It" • "Weirder Things" • "The Missteps" • "All Sewn Up" • "Oh Father, Where Art Thou?" • "The Trouble with Levi" • "Head Over Wheels" • "The Most Interesting Mom in the World" • "Sleevemore Part One: Frozen" • "Sleevemore Part Two: Found" • "Sleevemore Part Three: Future" • "Raven's Home: Remix" • "Switch-or-Treat" • "Just Call Me Vic" • "New Dog, Old Trick" • "It's Your Party and I'll Spy If I Want To" • "Winners and Losers" • "Keepin' It Real"
Season Three: "Friend-Ship" • "Lost at Chel-Sea" • "Smoky Flow" • "Twister, Sister" • "Dress to Express" • "Diss Track" • "Disorder in the Court" • "School House Trap" • "Cali Dreams" • "Creepin' It Real" • "Girls Just Wanna Have Phones" • "Friday Night Tights" • "It's Not Easy Being Green" • "Crewed Up" • "Sorry to Father You" • "Bah Humbugged" • "The Foreign Identity" • "What About Your Friends?" • "Adolessons" • "Close Shave" • "Hoop Streams" • "Slammed" • "On Edge" • "The Story So-Fa" • "In-Shoe-encer" • "Level Up"
Season Four: "Raven About Bunk'd" • "Don't Trust the G in Apt 4B" • "Baking Bad" • "Big Little Surprise" • "Sharp Job-jects" • "How I Met Your Mentor" • "Mad About Yuletide" • "Wheel of Misfortune" • "Diff'rent Strikes" • "Fresh Off the Note" • "10 Things Debate About You" • "Plays of Our Lives" • "The Slumber Years" • "Bless This Tess" • "American Torah Story" • "Say Yes to the Protest" • "Saved by the Belle" • "So You Think You Can Drive"
Season Five: "The Wrong Victor" • "The Big Sammich" • "Escape From Pal-Catraz" • "A Streetcar Named Conspire" • "Clique Bait" • "21 Lunch Street" • "Retreat Yourself" • "New Kid on the Chopping Block" • "Mr. Petracelli's Revenge" • "Date Expectations" • "The Great Chill Grill Giveaway" • "Truth or Hair" • "Munch Ado About Lunching" • "To Halve & Halve Not" • "The Fierce Awakens" • "The Grand Booker-Pest Hotel" • "The Girl Who Cried Tasha" • "Tying the Astro-Knot" • "Keeping It 100" • "Stylin' & Profilin'" • "Big Burger, Small Fry" • "Raven and the Fashion Factory" • "A Day Without Baxters" • "Bridge Over Troubled Daughter" • "A Country Cousin Christmas"
Season Six: "European Rae-cation" • "Sold to the Highest Fibber" • "Blues Beard's Revenge" • "Tess Friends Forever" • "A.I., A.I., Oh… Snap!" • "Lizard Let Lie" • "Ain't That a Sidekick in the Head" • "What Had Happened Was…" • "Sneaks and Geeks" • "Reality Check" • "Working for the Weekend" • "Drop It Like It's Hot!" • "Raven's Clone" • "Cuda I Have This Dance?" • "You've Got Sale" • "Gown to the Wire" • "Whose Line is it Anyway?"

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Past Shows
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (2005–08) • Hannah Montana (2006–11) • Cory in the House (2007–08) • Wizards of Waverly Place (2007–12) • The Suite Life on Deck (2008–11) • Sonny with a Chance (2009–11) • Jonas L.A. (2009–10) • I'm in the Band (2010–11) • So Random! (2011-12) • Pair of Kings (2010-13) • Shake It Up (2010-13) A.N.T. Farm (2011-14) • Good Luck Charlie (2010-14) • Kickin' It (2011-15) • Jessie (2011-15) • Austin & Ally (2011-16) • Lab Rats (2012-16) • Crash & Bernstein (2012-14) • Dog with a Blog (2012-15) • Liv and Maddie (2013-17) • Mighty Med (2013-15) • I Didn't Do It (2014-15) • Girl Meets World (2014-17) • K.C. Undercover (2015-18) • Best Friends Whenever (2015-16) • Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything (2015-17) • Lab Rats: Elite Force (2016) • Bizaardvark (2016-19) • Coop & Cami Ask the World (2018-20) • Sydney to the Max (2019-21)
Current Shows
Bunk'd (since 2015) • Raven's Home (since 2017) • The Villains of Valley View (since 2022)