Raven’s Home is an American family sitcom television series written by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas that launched on Disney Channel on July 21, 2017. The starring Raven-Symoné, Issac Ryan Brown, Navia Robinson, Jason Maybaum, Sky Katz, and Anneliese van der Pol.
This is the second spinoff from That’s So Raven centered on characters designed by Michael Poryes and Susan Sherman. The first was Cory in the House. The sitcom centers on Raven Baxter, a divorced mother of adolescent twins Booker and Nia, living with her best friend from childhood Chelsea and her son Levi in Chicago, Illinois.
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Raven’s Home Season 6 Storyline
Raven and Chelsea, who are both divorced and raising their own children, are the subject of the new show. The single women get 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 entertaining household that often includes Nia’s best friend and their neighbor, Tess.
Booker, who was born with Raven’s ability to see into the future, has the same gift as the rest of the family. With her newfound power, Raven helps Booker navigate middle school and his new family life while also improving herself as a mother, a fashion designer, and an all-around good person. When Raven and Booker’s visions clash, chaos erupts, but they always come out on top as a cohesive unit.
Raven Baxter and her family discover in the second season that their son Booker has inherited their ability to see into the future. Like his whole-hearted and observant mom, Booker can only get a peep at what’s to come, but it’s just enough to motivate each of them to interfere with the anticipated conclusion.
His capacity to see brief visions of the future are nascent and uncontrollable and often seems to collide with Raven’s own visions, establishing in motion madcap adventures for Booker and his twin sister Nia, their family, including Raven’s longtime best friend Chelsea and her son Levi, and Nia’s best friend and neighbor Tess.
For Raven Baxter and her twins Booker and Nia, along with her longstanding closest friend Chelsea and her son Levi and Nia’s best friend and neighbor Tess, achieving one’s creative goals is a matter of life or death for everyone involved. Booker, Nia, and Tess form a music group, The Chi-Lecture, with Levi as their music video director, all in hopes of winning the ultimate prize for the Radio Eclipse Live Contest.
While Raven is working hard to get her fashion line off the ground, Chelsea has landed a job helping people find their own personal growth. Raven and Booker’s visions of the future continue to fuel their household’s wild antics. Like mothers, like sons, they both perceive just enough to motivate them to interfere with the predicted outcome which often leads to comical predicaments and disasters at every corner.
In season four of “Raven’s Home,” twins Booker and Nia, along with their best friend Tess, are set to embark on their biggest adventure yet—high school. As the kids envisage a new sense of independence as Carver High freshmen, Levi has to adapt to middle school without his close buddies. In order to run their thriving life coaching and fashion business, Raven and Chelsea must come to terms with the fact that their children are growing up.
Booker’s glimpses of the future continue to ignite the wild adventures of his merry household. Much like his mother, he sees enough to inspire him to attempt to change the future, which often leads to humorous predicaments and disasters at every step. After Raven’s father Victor suffers a “mild heart attack” in Season 4, Booker and Raven Baxter move from Chicago to San Francisco to care for him.
Now, she finds herself caring for her father, parenting her young cousin Alice and fitting into life in her former village. When Booker transfers to his mother’s old high school, he finds himself the “new kid” and has to hide his visions from his new pals.
Raven’s Home Season 6 Casts And Characters
Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman-Maday (born December 10, 1985) is an American actress, singer, and songwriter who goes by the stage name Raven. She has garnered various awards, including five NAACP Image Awards, two Kids’ Choice Awards, three New Artist Awards, and three Daytime Emmy Award nominations. The “top 100 Child Stars of All Time” list compiled by VH1 included her in 2012.
Issac Ryan Brown
He is an actor and singer who was born on July 12th, 2005, in California. He is most known for his portrayal of Booker in the Disney Channel sitcom Raven’s Home and the voiceover of Augustus “Gus” Porter in The Owl House. Brown was raised in the Detroit area of the U.S. Six years ago, he tried out for America’s Got Talent and sang songs like “One More Chance” by Michael Jackson. He did not make it through the quarterfinals.
Raven’s Home Season 6 Release Date
“Raven’s Home” has yet to receive an official announcement from Disney Channel. But by comparing with the past timetable, the expected release date of Raven’s Home 6th season is Friday, July 7, 2023.
Raven’s Home Season 6 Trailer
Raven (Raven-Symoné) and his son Booker (Issac Ryan Brown) return to their childhood home in the new trailer for the sitcom, which TVLine has an exclusive look at. To go along with the painstaking recreation of that original set, the teaser for Raven’s Home also shows us a return to other well-known locations including Victor’s (Rondell Sheridan) Chill Grill eatery.
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