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Season 2 of Raven's Home was announced on August 14, 2017. It was officially announced by Disney Channel on October 10, 2017, . Production began in November 2017 and wrapped on July 20, 2018. The 21 episode season premiered on June 25, 2018, and ended on November 30, 2018.
Raven Baxter and the entire family learn that her pre-teen 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 escapades for the entire extended family. Booker is unpretentiously cool; his twin sister Nia is independent and eager to lead; they have a uniquely special “twin bond” yet squabble like most tweens. Both rely on insightful motherly witticisms and uninhibited silliness from Raven (a fashion designer amidst a job-transition). The Baxters share a Chicago apartment with free-spirited Chelsea and her clever young son Levi, who has become the little brother the twins never knew they wanted. In a role reversal, Levi is also the voice of reason for Chelsea and Raven. Nia’s best friend, Tess, is a confident and high-spirited girl who lives down the hall and is a perennial visitor in Nia’s home.
- Raven-Symoné as Raven Baxter (21/21 episodes)
- Issac Ryan Brown as Booker Baxter (21/21 episodes)
- Navia Robinson as Nia Baxter (21/21 episodes)
- Jason Maybaum as Levi Grayson (21/21 episodes)
- Sky Katz as Tess O'Malley (17/21 episodes)
- Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea Grayson (11/21 episodes)
- Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter
- Anthony Alabi as Coach Spitz
- Dylan Martin Frankel as Mitch Moseley
- Jenna Davis as Sienna
- Laya DeLeon Hayes as Zeena Kamakamee'leon
- Gabby Sanalitro as Gloria
- Donovan Whitfield as Curtis
- Nathan Blaiwes as The Guntz
- Travis Burnett as Tanner/Turner
- Brian George as Dr. Sleevemore
- Kylie Cantrall as Jasmine Sleevemore
- Mia Sinclaire Jenness as Leslie
- Faly Rakotohavana as Miles
- Liz Jenkins as Ms. Pttman
- Michelle Williams as Shinée Dubois
- Kaliko Kauahi as Principal Kwan
- Jason Rogel as Sebastian
Special Guest Cast
- Debbie Allen as Great Aunt Maureen
- Alec Mapa as Norman
- Matt Corboy as Richard Moseley
- Jonathan Chase as Officer Mike Kowalski
- Wendy Raquel Robinson as Dreamweaver Kema
- Somali Rose as Power
- Jordan Julian as Taylor
- Mike Massimino as Jimmy O'Malley
- Brianna Reed as Sheidan Decker
- Poncho Hodges as Antoine Decker
- Eliza Pryor as Isabella
- Dinora Walcott as Councilwoman Sylvia Johnson
- Brandon Severs as Lil Z
- Karen Malina White as Loretta
Season Two Slideshow (2018)
- Main article: Episode Guide
These are episodes that have confirmed titles and dates.
|#||Ep||Title||Writer(s)||Director||Prod. Code||Air Date||Viewers (millions)|
|14||1||"The Falcon and The Raven - Part One"||Michael Feldman & Dava Savel||Robbie Countryman||201||June 25, 2018||0.96|
When Booker has a vision of his mom losing the money hidden in her backpack, he enlists Nia and Levi to help him follow Raven and rescue the money before it goes missing.
|15||2||"The Falcon and The Raven - Part Two"||Dava Savel & Michael Feldman||Robbie Countryman||202||June 26, 2018||1.01|
Raven finally admits to the kids that she has visions too and shares a special moment with Booker and they try to combine their psychic powers to find the missing money. Feeling left out, Nia pretends to have a vision.
|16||3||"Because"||Norm Gunzenhauser||Lynn McCracken||203||June 27, 2018||0.98|
When Booker wants to reveal his powers to increase his popularity at school, Raven warns him to keep his psychic powers a secret.
|17||4||"Cop To It"||Paul Ciancarelli & David DiPietro||Eric Dean Seaton||204||June 28, 2018||1.00|
When the new building manager accuses someone of tagging the side of their building, Raven thinks Tess is responsible.
|18||5||"Weirder Things"||Antonia March & Jacqueline McKinley||Eric Dean Seaton||205||July 3, 2018||0.90|
The kids win a contest to attend a private screening of their favorite TV show, but their plans are interrupted when Raven makes them babysit Dreamweaver Kema’s precocious niece.
|19||6||"The Missteps"||Danger Douglas Leiblein||Lynn McCracken||206||July 6, 2018||0.92|
Nia and Tess form a step dance squad to take down the school's reigning champs, but their friendship is tested when they can't agree on how the team should be run.
|20||7||"All Sewn Up"||Gigi McCreery & Perry Rein||Leonard B. Garner Jr.||207||July 10, 2018||0.75|
When Nia gets caught up in wanting to be a trendsetter, she goes against her mother's wishes and uses the money she saved up to buy an expensive jacket. Meanwhile, Booker has a vision that Mitch put a curse on him.
|21||8||"Oh Father, Where Art Thou?"||Dava Savel||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||208||July 13, 2018||0.80|
Nia is excited her dad is flying in for her school's Daddy/Daughter dance, but when Raven has a vision, Devon, is stuck in a snowstorm and may not make it – she does everything she can to make sure Nia isn't disappointed.
|22||9||"The Trouble With Levi"||Danger Douglas Leiblein||Jody Margolin Hahn||210||July 20, 2018||0.75|
When Levi is moved up to Booker’s science class, he inadvertently cramps Booker’s style with his classmates.
|23||10||"Head Over Wheels"||Anthony C. Hill||Trevor Kirshner||214||July 27, 2018||0.76|
When Levi's new crush Isabella tries to visit but can't come upstairs because of her wheelchair, Nia and Tess try to convince Mitch to make the building wheelchair-accessible. Meanwhile, Booker tries to help Levi win Isabella's attention over another boy.
|24||11||"The Most Interesting Mom in the World"||Danger Douglas Leiblein||Trevor Kirshner||215||July 31, 2018||0.74|
While doing a school report on their mother, Booker and Nia lie about Raven's life to make their presentation seem more exciting.
|25||12||"Sleevemore Part One: Frozen"||Jacqueline McKinley & Antonia March||Jody Margolin Hahn||211||September 21, 2018||0.82|
When Booker freezes mid-vision, Raven takes him to Dr. Sleevemore - the same doctor who helped her when she was a teen.
|26||13||"Sleevemore Part Two: Found"||Norm Gunzenhauser||Eileen Conn||212||September 28, 2018||0.99|
When Booker loses his powers to see glimpses of the future, he gains new abilities as an incredible chef and magician. Meanwhile, Nia discovers she has Booker's powers to see visions.
|27||14||"Sleevemore Part Three: Future"||David DiPietro & Paul Ciancarelli||Eileen Conn||213||October 5, 2018||0.74|
When Dr. Sleevemore tries to try to transfer Booker’s visions back, they learn Jasmine took the visions away from Nia the night before.
|28||15||"Raven's Home: Remix"||Anthony C. Hill||Paul Hoen||209||October 12, 2018||0.72|
Booker sets out to land the starring role in the school’s musical about a boy who loves playing basketball and performing hip-hop. When Raven has a vision of Booker receiving a standing ovation, she’s convinced he’s perfect for the role and encourages him to go for it. However, when Nia discovers the part requires someone who is great at basketball and can rap – two things Tess excels at – she tries to convince Coach Spitz to let Tess audition for the role. When he refuses because Tess is a girl, a determined Nia takes a stand to prove girls can do anything boys can do.
|29||16||"Switch-or-Treat"||Octavia Bray||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||220||October 19, 2018||0.71|
Booker and Raven’s psychic powers cause them to switch bodies on Halloween. When their Aunt Maureen comes to warn them, she inadvertently switches bodies with Nia’s crush Miles.
|30||17||"Just Call Me Vic"||Adrienne Carter||Lynda Tarryk||217||October 26, 2018||0.78|
Shorthanded without Chelsea, Grandpa Baxter shows up to help with the chores to make Raven's life easier, but only ends up making everyone's lives more difficult.
|31||18||"New Dog, Old Trick"||LaTonya Croff||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||218||November 2, 2018||0.69|
When Raven accompanies Nia on her retreat for the Young Leaders of Tomorrow, Raven takes advantage of the retreat to try and further her fashion career, becoming more focused on talking to Shinée Dubois about her new fashion line.
|32||19||"It's Your Party and I'll Spy If I Want To"||Angelina Oschewski||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||219||November 9, 2018||0.85|
When Nia and Booker throw an epic 13th birthday party with no moms or kids allowed, they’re forced to tell Raven and Levi they can’t attend.
|33||20||"Winners and Losers"||Michael Feldman||Ron Moseley||216||November 16, 2018||0.81|
Booker and Nia are excited when they’re named student Ambassadors of their school, that is until they learn that their first job is to welcome Mitch as a new student.
|34||21||"Keepin' It Real"||Paul Ciancarelli & David DiPietro||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||221||November 30, 2018||0.75|
Raven secures social influencer Lil Z to appear at the launch of her fashion show, but the kids compromise everything when they use Lil Z’s name to sell raffle tickets without his permission.
- Five episodes were filmed before a live audience this season.
- Production began in November 2017.
- Starting this season, the original showrunners (Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas) were replaced with new executive producers - Dava Savel ("That's So Raven", "Will and Grace") and Michael Feldman ("That's So Raven", "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn"). 
- The Jablonskis sold the Baxters' apartment building, 352 Hauser Avenue, to a new owner, the Moseleys.
- There was a musical episode, Raven's Home: Remix. 
- Anneliese van der Pol was absent in Head Over Wheels, The Most Interesting Mom in the World, Sleevemore Part Two: Found, Sleevemore Part Three: Future, 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, and Keepin' It Real.
- Sky Katz was absent in The Trouble With Levi, Sleevemore Part One: Frozen, Sleevemore Part Three: Future, and New Dog, Old Trick.
- There was a second Halloween episode which introduced a new member of Raven's family, Great Aunt Maureen.
- Raven and Chelsea finally know Booker has inherited her psychic abilities.
- Raven put on hold her desire to be a fashion designer, and was initially a Scüt driver.
- The show aired 11 new episodes on Tuesday's and Friday's mornings during Disney Channel's GO! Summer promotion.
- Rondell Sheridan reprised his role as Victor Baxter on the series, making a return from That's So Raven. He returned in the episode Just Call Me Vic. He is the third That's So Raven guest character to return after Devon and Dr. Sleevemore.
- As opposed to the first season, several of Booker and Nia's contemporaries became recurring characters.
- The cast and crew of Raven's Home held their Season 2 wrap party on July 21, 2018 at Button Mash.
- Only five episodes during this season, Because, All Sewn Up, The Trouble With Levi, Sleevemore Part Two: Found, and The Most Interesting Mom in the World were filmed before a live audience.
- Raven's Home and Cory in the House (2 That's So Raven spinoffs) have produced a total of 34 episodes across two seasons each, putting the two spinoffs in a tie. Though, Raven's Home will now produce more episodes than Cory in the House because of the third season pickup.
- Cory in the House's first season got 21 episodes while Raven's Home's first season got 13 episodes.
- Cory in the House's second season got 13 episodes while this season got 21 episodes.
- This is the second season of Raven’s Home.
- The season premiered on June 25, 2018.
- The season ended on November 30, 2018.
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- ↑ Raven's Home Lead Sheet, Disney|ABC Press (May 11, 2018)
- ↑ Raven's Home: Remix - the Highly Anticipated Musical Episode of the Hit Series 'Raven's Home,' Premieres Friday, Oct. 12, on Disney Channel, Disney-ABC Press, (September 28, 2018)
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