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Why whenever I add airdates for upcoming episodes it seems like I'm crazy and someone will remove them but those turn out to be the right airdates anyway?
In the list for what's coming on Disney Plus in April when everything else is just a few episodes of TV shows for example for The Ghost and Molly McGee it is episode 11 through 15 specifically but they went out of their way to just put Raven's home season 5 Raven's home does this mean the entire season 5 will be launching on April 13th what are your thoughts?
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I just found out that many of Sky's Instagram posts have been deleted. It's a shame, too, because some of the posts she deleted were some of my favorite ones. I have no idea why she deleted them?
Does anyone know why Navia Robinson (Nia) Sky Katz (Tess) or Annalise Vanderpool (Chelsea) won’t be in s5 I’m not talking about the characters I’m talking about the actors. Where they not asked back orr…
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Disney Channel has even more Raven’s Home in its future as it renews the That’s So Raven spinoff for Season 5. The series, which stars Raven Symoné and Isaac Ryan Brown, is set to resume production in the fall with a new setting and several major changes in front and behind the camera.
Season 5 will welcome back Rondell Sheridan back into the Raven mix as he reprises his role as Victor Baxter, Raven’s easygoing and loveable dad. Also joining the upcoming season’s cast are Mykal-Michelle Harris (mixed-ish) as Raven’s young cousin Alice; Felix Avitia (Gamers Guide to Pretty Much Everything) as Neil, Victor’s neighbor and Booker’s high school classmate; and Emmy Liu-Wang (Andrean Players’ Annie) as Ivy, a young neighbor who babysits Alice. In Season 5, Raven and Booker move back to San Francisco to help take care of her dad after a mild heart attack. Now Raven finds herself parenting her parent, raising her young cousin and settling into life in her old hometown. Meanwhile, Booker is “the new kid” at Raven’s old high school and has to keep his visions a secret from a new group of friends.
Scott Thomas and Elinoff will rejoin Symoné as executive producers alongside Anthony C. Hill. Developed by Thomas and Elinoff, Raven’s Home was created byThat’s So Raven creators Michael Poryes and Susan Sherman, is a production of It’s a Laugh Productions, Inc., and carries a TV-G parental guideline.
“Ever since the debut of ‘That’s So Raven,’ Raven-Symoné has been an incredibly important part of the Disney Channel family. With ‘Raven’s Home,’ her talent and special brand of humor have continued to resonate with kids and families, and we’re excited to see what lies ahead for Raven in season five,” Ayo Davis, president, Disney Branded Entertainment said. “This beloved series is in good hands with the experienced team of Raven, Scott Thomas, Jed Elinoff and Anthony C. Hill leading an amazing cast and crew.”
I guess Season Five has been officially confirmed, especially since I've come across a couple of articles online about it. However, I don't think that I'm going to be watching the new season. I'm pretty disappointed in the changes to the show, and from what I read in the comment sections of one of the articles, so are a lot of other people.
People who remember "That's So Raven" will probably like the new season, since the show's setting is going to move back to California, and feature some of the old characters from that show, like the guy who played Raven's Dad. But for people like me who never watched TSR and have become fond of the current Raven's Home, they probably won't like it as much. And sadly, it's definitely true that some of the main characters from Raven's Home won't be returning -- Chelsea, Levi, Nia and Tess will all be gone. I don't know if it was their choice to leave the show, or if it was Disney's, but I find it pretty sad. These characters are what helped to make Raven's Home REALLY Raven's Home, for me. Especially the antics and friendship of Rae and Chels, which was the main reason I enjoyed watching this show, since enjoyable adult characters are few and far between on the Disney Channel. With one half of this duo missing, I have no interest in watching the new season, since Chelsea was my favorite character and one of the main reasons why I've loved this show so much! I can't imagine Rae without Chels anymore than I can, for example, imagine Lucy without Ethel, or one of the Golden Girls without the others!
If it was the choice of these characters to leave -- and I'm not so sure it was -- it's possible that the teenage characters might be wanting to do other things, or perhaps even just take some time off from acting altogether, and live a normal teenage life for a while. I know that Anneliese is going to be touring with the Disney Princess Broadway show from November until next spring, and I think she was wanting to get back into theater work. Speaking of Annelise, I hope she's OK -- she hasn't posted anything on Instagram for a long time, except a couple of times to promote something here and there, and she used to post fairly frequently, and she hasn't been doing any Cameos for a while, either -- and she usually LOVES doing those. I've even been wondering if she left the show on good terms or not, since she hasn't mentioned anything about any of the other cast members for a long time. I'm concerned about her, and I hope that she's doing all right!
Anyway, I was as excited as everybody else about a new episode of Season Five, until I found out about these changes. I figure that they might as well just rename the show, because it's not really even going to be the same show anymore. And I have a feeling that this new season might wind up being a total flop, given how many disappointed reactions I was reading in the comments. I know that no TV show is going to last forever, but I feel like RH could have gone on for a bit longer as it was. I'm really going to miss the show, and I haven't been so sad about a TV show ending since Full House came to an end. Farewell, Raven's Home. You've given me many good laughs over a rough year, and I won't forget you!
Victor Baxter is back