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Disney Channel Renews 'Raven's Home' For Season 2

Disney Channel Renews 'Raven's Home' For Season 2

So amazing news for Raven’s Home fans — the show’s been renewed for season 2!

Disney Channel officially announced the second season this morning.

“We are incredibly proud of our first season and the fact that Raven has returned home to Disney Channel in a very big way,” Adam Bonnett, executive vice president, Original Programming, Disney Channels Worldwide, said.

He adds, “The entire cast and crew have delivered a classic family sitcom that kids and families will be watching for many years to come.”

Raven’s Home centers on longtime best friends Raven and Chelsea who are each divorced with kids of their own – Raven’s twins, Booker and Nia, and Chelsea’s son, Levi – living in one hectic but fun household that often includes the twin’s best friend and neighbor, Tess.

Unbeknownst to the kids, Raven still catches glimpses of the future, and unbeknownst to her, Booker has discovered he has the same ability to see into the future.

New episodes air on Fridays @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.

Tess Goes All Out For Nia on Halloween on 'Raven's Home' Tonight (Exclusive)

Tess Goes All Out For Nia on Halloween on 'Raven's Home' Tonight (Exclusive)

Tess and Nia are the truest of BFFs ever!

The Raven’s Home duo are proving they are best friends forever in tonight’s all new episode where, after Nia gets chickenpox and Tess comes up with a plan to make sure her BFF doesn’t miss out on Halloween.

Right. In. The. Feels!

Meanwhile, Booker and Levi try to prank a classmate into thinking their apartment building is haunted.

Check out an exclusive clip from the ep below and tune in @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel to watch!

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'Raven's Home' Star Navia Robinson Offers Advice To Fans Who Fear Dancing In Front of Others

'Raven's Home' Star Navia Robinson Offers Advice To Fans Who Fear Dancing In Front of Others

It’s Nia’s first dance tonight on Raven’s Home — and she’s really excited, until she’s not.

Turns out that Nia (played by Navia Robinson), doesn’t love dancing in front of other people, and many people are the same way.

However, Navia has some pretty sound advice in conquering your fears about this.

“Whether it’s getting over a fear of dancing or anything else, I always find comfort in a friend or family member,” Navia tells JJJ. “Sometimes it’s hard to overcome obstacles by yourself, and it’s okay to ask for help.”

She adds, “Nowadays, there is so much pressure to be perfect or to not have flaws, so you have to cancel out the negative voices you hear and instead fill your head with your own motivations and positivity.”

“It can be dancing or anything else at all, just remember that you’re you and no one else is….That is powerful enough to conquer any fear.”

Tonight’s episode also focuses on how Raven is overcompensating, for fear that she’s not spending enough time with her kids.

This is something to definitely remember and give your parents a shout out once in a while, too, Navia says.

“It’s often difficult to remember all of the things that your mom or dad has to juggle on a daily basis. Their profession, housework, taking care of the family, etc,” she shares.

“I believe this episode is a great reminder that parents balance a lot and have a huge effect on our everyday lives,” Navia told us. “My mom is A-MAZING at multi-tasking and keeping up with the variety of things that me and my family have to do daily, which I appreciate so very much!”

“Dancing Tween” airs TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.

Issac Ryan Brown Spills on the 'Raven's Home' Cast: 'They Make You Step Up Your Game'

Issac Ryan Brown Spills on the 'Raven's Home' Cast: 'They Make You Step Up Your Game'

Issac Ryan Brown is spilling the deets on his Raven’s Home castmates and he has nothing but great things to say!

The 12-year-old actor opened up about the show’s stars Raven Symone and Anneliese van der Pol as well as Navia Robinson and Sky Katz.

Raven and Anneliese, they are probably the funniest people I know! I was amazed by how humble they were and how much work they put in…kind of makes you want to step up your game,” Isaac explained.

He added, “Our cast is just really incredible.”

Check out all that Issac had to say about Navia and Sky in the video below…

Nia Disobeys Raven About Wearing Makeup on 'Raven's Home' Tonight - Sneak Peek!

Nia Disobeys Raven About Wearing Makeup on 'Raven's Home' Tonight - Sneak Peek!

Nia and Tess look so much different after trying out an online makeup tutorial in this sneak peek from Raven’s Home.

In tonight’s episode, called “You’re Gonna Get It”, Nia (Navia Robinson) sneaks to school wearing makeup against Raven’s (Raven Symone) wishes, and she draws the attention of the 8th grade girls who invite her to hang out.

Meanwhile, Booke (Issac Ryan Brown) has a vision about Levi (Jason Maybaum) that doesn’t turn out too well.


Raven’s Home airs TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.

Raven Symone Talks Her Strong Friendship with Anneliese van der Pol

Raven Symone Talks Her Strong Friendship with Anneliese van der Pol

Raven Symone and Anneliese van der Pol have one of the strongest friendships in the business and the key to it all is making an effort to keep in touch.

The two Raven’s Home stars went through just about everything side by side growing up and came out on top.

“It would have to be the camaraderie we had behind the scenes,” Raven shared with Buzzfeed. “We had such a fun time. I don’t know how many cakes I’ve had in my face and hair, all of the costumes we had, and the fact that we were a family.”

Raven adds of first connecting with Anneliese, “We are still close today, we chilled after the show ended. It was funny because, like, I’m this person: I don’t text you every day, I might not call you every day, you might hear from me maybe once a month. But that’s because I’m workin’, that’s ’cause I’m talking to my momma half the time, and she [Anneliese] understood that.”

“So we always had tabs on each other, so I moved here [to NYC] and she called me and was like, ‘You’re moving to New York?!’ I’m like, ‘Yeah!’ She’s like, ‘I’m already here!’ So we had our moment there, we went out a couple times, but we’ve always taken care of each other on our off time.”

We might say others are friendship goals, but really Raven and Anneliese invented the term.

Raven Drinks Flaming Hot Sauce on 'Raven's Home' Tonight - Exclusive Clip!

Raven Drinks Flaming Hot Sauce on 'Raven's Home' Tonight - Exclusive Clip!

Nia and Booker give their dad Devon a big hug goodbye in this exclusive pic from tonight’s Raven’s Home.

In the ep, called “The Bearer of Dad News”, after learning and saying goodbye to Devon who is moving to Dallas, Raven goes overboard with the kids after having a vision about them being upset over the move.

The sneak peek clip below will give you just a little hint about how overboard she goes.

Meanwhile, Chelsea accidently destroys the twins’ favorite childhood teddy bear Admirable Snuggles and enlists Levi to help her fix the stuffed animal before anyone notices.

Watch tonight’s ep @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel!

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Raven Symone Wishes She Grew Up in Today's More Body-Positive Era

Raven Symone Wishes She Grew Up in Today's More Body-Positive Era

Raven Symone has spoken out about how important it is to her that all body types are celebrated on Raven’s Home — and now she is opening up about how that was not at all the case in her (very public) childhood.

“I wish I was living now as a younger person,” the 31-year old actress said in an interview, “I probably wouldn’t have so many mental issues.”

Raven went on to detail how she was told she was “too big” to perform in concert when she was younger.

“I still did it!” she remembers to People Now. “I was on tour forever because it’s not about your size, it’s about what you have to say, if you can sing or dance, and performing. It’s not about your size.”

Fortunately, she thinks things are getting better in terms of body positivity.

“In this day and age you have all kinds, and it’s funny, it’s serious, it’s every color, it’s every head shape, it’s every hair,” she continued, “And there’s androgyny, and there’s LGBT coming in, and it feels good. We didn’t have it enough last time and I guess that’s what the past is for — to make sure the present is what it needs to be.”

We’re glad she made it through the tough times to be the body-positive role model she is today.