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Season 3 of Raven's Home, was confirmed by EP and star, Raven Symoné, on several media outlets on October 10, 2018. Disney Channel officially confirmed Season 3 on November 29, 2018. Filming began on November 8, 2018, and wrapped on July 26, 2019. The 26 episode season premiered on June 17, 2019 and concluded on May 3, 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 niche 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.
- Raven-Symoné as Raven Baxter (26/26 episodes)
- Issac Ryan Brown as Booker Baxter (26/26 episodes)
- Navia Robinson as Nia Baxter (26/26 episodes)
- Jason Maybaum as Levi Grayson (26/26 episodes)
- Sky Katz as Tess O'Malley (26/26 episodes)
- Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea Grayson (26/26 episodes)
- Jonathan McDaniel as Devon Carter
- Anthony Alabi as Coach Spitz
- Kaliko Kauahi as Principal Kwan
- Jenna Davis as Sienna
- Donovan Whitfield as Curtis
- Roz Ryan as Miss Bertha
- Afomia Hailemeskel as Bailey Renn
- Johnno Wilson as Garrett Grayson
- Teshi Thomas as Danni
- Travis Wolfe Jr. as Lil Lo-Lo
- Jordyn Curet as Alexandra
- Jaleel White as Chris Spring-Lake
- Andy Bustillos as Mr. Clark
- Cheryl Lynn Bowers as Mrs. Dunagan
- Charles Robinson as Mr. Arthur
- Amie Farrell as Mrs. Meg Henry
- Max Torina as Ramon
- Robert Curtis-Brown as Captain Rob Smith USCG
- Sean Phillip Glasgow as Delaney
- Amari O'Neil as Quatro
- Amir O'Neil as Pump-Fake
- Taja V. Simpson as Mrs. Mutesa
- Tim Bagley as Judge Giovonni
- Ellee Jo Trowbridge as Camille Henry
- Dior Goodjohn as Duchess
- Afra Sophia Tully as Chloë
- Lily Huynh as June
- Michael Minto as Darnell
- Bryan Coffee as Andy
- Staci Lynn Fletcher as Passenger
- Tyler Poelle as Jax Jackson
- Amarr M. Wooten as Logan
- Gabriel Hogan as Flex Sergeant Flex
- Joachim Powell as William
- Hunter Payton as Jordan
- Aloma Wright as Ms. Pearl Saunders
- BJ Tanner as Vance
- Kevin Stidham as Killian
- Karamo Brown as Miguel Harris
- Mindy Sterling as Grandma Zo
- Shania Accius as Maren
Season Three Slideshow (2019-2020)
- Main article: Episode Guide
These are episodes that have confirmed titles and dates.
|#||Ep||Title||Writer(s)||Director||Prod. Code||Air Date||Viewers (millions)|
|35||1||"Friend-Ship"||Eunetta T. Boone||Trevor Kirschner||303||June 17, 2019||0.63|
Raven and the kids plan a road trip to visit Chelsea at her cruise ship and encounter several obstacles along the way.
|36||2||"Lost at Chel-Sea"||Warren Hutcherson||Trevor Kirschner||304||June 24, 2019||0.74|
The kids accidentally get stuck on the cruise ship alone, while Raven and Chelsea desperately try to catch up with them via Jet Ski.
|37||3||"Smoky Flow"||LaTonya Croff||Sheldon Epps||301||July 1, 2019||0.51|
Booker, Tess and Nia form a music group, The Chi-Lective, with Levi as their video director. Things get out of hand when they try and film their music video “Smokey Flow” in Tess’ apartment—unbeknownst to Raven and Chelsea.
|38||4||"Twister, Sister"||Chase Heinrich & Micah Steinberg||Sheldon Epps||302||July 8, 2019||0.59|
When Booker challenges Nia’s efforts as an activist, she follows her dad to where he’s reporting on a storm to prove to herself and her brother that she is indeed an activist and not a “positivist.”
|39||5||"Dress to Express"||Octavia Bray||Danielle Fishel||306||July 15, 2019||0.54|
When Levi makes a documentary to see how a person’s style influences people’s perception of them, he has Nia, Tess and Booker change up their style of dress which leads to surprising results. Nia changes her personal style in an effort to fit in with the school’s new conservation club. When the leader still doesn’t let her join, Nia sets out to find another way she can make a difference in the school.
|40||6||"Diss Track"||Zora Bikangaga||Wendy Faraone||305||July 22, 2019||0.56|
Nia, Tess and Booker are ecstatic over the popularity of their Chi-Lective music video that has gotten thousands of likes on MeTube, until Levi shows them a diss track that’s been posted by a rival group, The 3 Go’s, that makes fun of Booker.
|41||7||"Disorder in the Court"||Susan Jaffee||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||307||September 13, 2019||0.57|
Levi’s dad, Garrett, returns from prison, but Raven, Chelsea and the kids are dismayed to discover that he has stolen Chelsea’s invention “The Schmop.”
|42||8||"School House Trap"||LaTonya Croff||Wendy Faraone||309||September 20, 2019||0.47|
The kids make it to the next round in the Radio Eclipse music competition, but Raven threatens to take away their band when Booker gets a bad grade.
|43||9||"Cali Dreams"||Zora Bikangaga||Jonathan A. Rosenbaum||310||September 27, 2019||0.44|
The kids head to L.A. with the whole family to compete in the finals of a music competition hosted by radio personality and former boy band star, Chris Spring-Lake.
|44||10||"Creepin' It Real"||Warren Hutcherson||Rich Correll||314||October 11, 2019||0.63|
When Booker has a haunting vision on Halloween involving their new neighbor, the kids set out to prove the guy is really a monster.
|45||11||"Girls Just Wanna Have Phones"||Chase Heinrich & Micah Steinberg||Danielle Fishel||308||October 18, 2019||0.51|
Nia and Tess challenge Raven and Chelsea to see who can go without technology the longest. Meanwhile, Booker tries to impress a new girl in the building.
|46||12||"Friday Night Tights"||Eunetta T. Boone||Leonard R. Garner Jr.||311||October 25, 2019||0.52|
Booker joins the ballet club to win over Danni but has second thoughts when the coolest kid in school starts to make fun of him.
|47||13||"It's Not Easy Being Green"||Susan Jaffee||Lynda Tarryk||312||November 1, 2019||0.52|
Booker gets jealous when Danni strikes up a friendship with Nia and Tess. Meanwhile, Levi helps Raven and Chelsea realize they should combine their businesses.
|48||14||"Crewed Up"||Octavia Bray||Lynda Tarryk||313||November 15, 2019||0.43|
When Levi starts hanging out with a new group of friends, Booker has a vision that leads him to believe that they’re up to no good and tries to steer Levi away from them.
|49||15||"Sorry to Father You"||Chase Heinrich & Micah Steinberg||Raven-Symoné||315||November 22, 2019||0.47|
When Raven and Chelsea go on a weekend getaway to celebrate the anniversary of their friendship, the kids are left at home in the care of both Devon and Garrett.
|50||16||"Bah Humbugged"||LaTonya Croff||Kim Fields||319||December 6, 2019||0.42|
When Booker has a vision that his mom and dad are getting back together over the Holidays, he tries to recreate every family tradition from Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanza to help set the mood. Meanwhile, Raven and Garrett butt heads in the kitchen.
|51||17||"The Foreign Identity"||Savannah Kopp||Wendy Faraone||316||February 23, 2020||0.56|
When Nia gets a crush on the new French exchange student, Timothée, she pretends to be a sophisticated Brit to win him over and enlists Booker to help her keep up the ruse.
|52||18||"What About Your Friends?"||LaTonya Croff||Warren Hutcherson||324||March 1, 2020||0.48|
Booker’s new friends pressure him to try vaping, but he turns them down and warns them about the dangers. They don’t listen and when Coach Spitz finds a vape pen, the boys all claim it belongs to Booker and he is suspended. While a disappointed Raven seeks to understand what’s going on with her son, Booker sets out to clear his name.
|53||19||"Adolessons"||Jason Hauser||Danielle Fishel||317||March 8, 2020||0.29|
Booker seeks guidance from Devon on the challenges of adolescence. Raven and Tess help Nia learn how to have fun when she receives her first failing grade in school.
|54||20||"Close Shave"||Zora Bikangaga||Rich Correll||318||March 15, 2020||0.53|
When Booker shirks his responsibilities, helping Mr. Arthur at the local barbershop to attend a concert promoted by Chris Spring-Lake, Mr. Arthur recruits Raven to do her son’s work.
|55||21||"Hoop Streams"||Octavia Bray||Trevor Kirschner||320||March 22, 2020||0.42|
When the school’s basketball team makes it to the National Championship, Tess rallies everyone to help her host a live telethon to raise funds for the team to travel.
|56||22||"Slammed"||Susan Jaffee||Raven-Symoné||321||March 29, 2020||0.48|
When Booker becomes responsible for choosing who will represent the class at the district poetry slam, Nia thinks she has a guaranteed spot on the team. Meanwhile, Raven and Chelsea start a DIY renovation on their new business space but quickly realize they need a professional – celeb interior designer Miguel.
|57||23||"On Edge"||Adrienne Carter||Lynda Tarryk||322||April 5, 2020||0.35|
When Mr. Arthur tells Booker that he isn’t ready to go from sweeping floors to cutting hair at the barbershop, Booker opens his own mobile barbershop in the boys’ school bathroom.
|58||24||"The Story So-Fa"||Chase Heinrich & Micah Steinberg||Danielle Fishel||323||April 19, 2020||0.40|
When Nia and Levi surprise their moms with a new couch and donate the old one, Raven and Chelsea reveal that they stored Chelsea’s settlement money in the cushions!
|59||25||"In-Shoe-encer"||Savannah Kopp & Jason Hauser||Rich Correll||325||April 26, 2020||0.48|
Nia becomes an influencer after winning a contest sponsored by a shoe company … until Levi breaks the news that the shoe company doesn’t stand for the things Nia believes.
|60||26||"Level Up"||Raven Symoné & Warren Hutcherson||Rich Correll||326||May 3, 2020||0.40|
Booker, Nia and Tess team up to win the end of the year 8th -grade treasure hunt in hopes they can become Carver Middle school “legends.” Meanwhile, Raven and Chelsea land a segment to promote their business on Chris Spring-Lake’s new reality makeover show.
- Nineteen episodes were filmed before a live audience this season.
- Eunetta T. Boone was named as the new Showrunner and Executive Producer for the season. Tragically, Ms. Boone died on March 20, 2019 after completing 13 episodes. Warren Hutcherson became the new Showrunner.
- Anneliese van der Pol resumed her role as Chelsea Grayson, after missing the final ten episodes produced for Season 2.
- Garrett Grayson, Levi's father, and Chelsea's ex-husband, a character first mentioned in the pilot, finally appears in Disorder in the Court, played by Johnno Wilson.
- Booker and Nia travel outside Chicago several times this season.
- Issac Ryan Brown hinted that music would be more prevalent this season, as Booker, Nia, and Tess create their own singing group, "The Chi-Lective". Their attempt to rise to fame will be featured throughout the first third of the season.
- Raven continues to run Ravenous Fashions and drive for Scüt, while Chelsea becomes a Life Coach, however, they will both pool their talents together to form a joint business venture, Your Best Dressed Life.
- Star Raven-Symoné made her directorial debut in Sorry to Father You. She also received her first professional writing credit with Level Up.
- The characters find a local café, Maren's Mocha, to hang out, which first appears in The Foreign Identity.
- Kevin Stidham, Anneliese van der Pol's real-life brother-in-law, appeared as Killian in Adolessons.
- Staci Lynn Fletcher, Mindy Sterling, and Shania Accius were among the three performers that previously guested on That's So Raven, that appeared in this season,
- Charles Robinson (Mr. Arthur) and Roz Ryan (Miss Bertha) who played K.C. Cooper's maternal grandparents on K.C. Undercover, both guest-starred this season.
- This is the ninth season in the Raven franchise, making That's So Raven the series to have the most seasons, beating The Suite Life (6 Seasons) and Jessie (8 Seasons). Though, That's So Raven is currently leading as the franchise to have the most episodes, with The Suite Life as 162+ episodes and Jessie with 158+ episodes. The Raven franchise now has a total of 168 produced episodes as of Season 2 while the Jessie franchise has 158+ episodes as of Season 3.
- Funny Boone Productions takes over from November 13 and Done Deal Productions starting with this season.
- Starting with the episode Sorry to Father You, Institute For Individual Education takes over from Funny Boone Productions.
- Raven Symoné mentioned in an interview that Tess, Nia and Booker graduate to High School and Levi will graduate to Middle School at the end of this Season.
- Booker has had every vision this season except for Friend-Ship, Lost at Chel-Sea, and Slammed.
- This is the first season in the whole Raven franchise where all the main characters are present for every episode.
- Raven-Symone broke her arm near the end of production, so Raven is seen with an arm cast in the last episodes of the season.
- So far, this is the longest season in Raven's home with 26 episodes.
| The image gallery for Season 3 may be viewed here.