“That’s So Raven” was a Disney franchise that was long loved by fans. Along with some “Hannah Montana,” “Cory in the House” and “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody” it was something that fans wanted to come back again in Disney. Fortunately, it will, in a thrilling spin-off.
According to E Online, “That’s So Raven” was ordered to release a spin-off last 2016. The series already ran from 2003 to 2007, producing over 100 episodes in a total for four seasons. Nonetheless, it was mentioned that Raven Symone would be the series executive producer alongside longtime writers slash executive producers Scott Thomas and Jed Elinof.
Regarding the “That’s So Raven” spin-off, it was said to be entitled to be “Raven’s Home.” Raven Symone who plays the fashion designer that see’s into the future, Raven Baxter was reported to reprise her role. Anneliese van der Pol was also identified to reprise her role as Raven’s best friend Chelsea.
The difference in “That’s So Raven” spin-off is that the two best friends would now be introduced as divorced mothers raising their children alongside each other. Speaking of children, Raven would have two 11-year-old twins, Booker and Nia. The twins were then identified to be portrayed by Issac Brown of black-ish and Navia Robinson from Being Mary Jane per Screen Rant.
Meanwhile, Chelsea’s nine-year-old son, Levi would be played by Jason Maybaum. Nia’s best friend Tess would be played by Sky Katz. Yet, Orlando Brown as Eddie and Raven’s brother Cory played by Kyle Massey’s role wasn’t mentioned. Rest assured the “That’s So Raven” plot would revolve in Raven’s twins getting her psychic abilities as well.
"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,” Gary Marsh, president and chief creative officer of Disney Channels Worldwide, stated. He then added that he is excited to bring back Raven after 20 different Disney projects again to Disney.
“That’s so Raven” spin-off was then reported to start production this month in Los Angeles and would premiere sometime in 2017.