Raven's Home: Lead Sheet

Lead Sheet

“Raven’s Home”

Made for kids age 6-14 and their families, the hit comedy series “Raven’s Home” is known for its funny, relatable, heartfelt and broad storylines that reflect the bonds of kids, parents, twin siblings and best friends for life.

In the second season, 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, including Booker’s twin sister Nia and Raven’s longtime best friend Chelsea Daniels and her son Levi.

A brilliant physical comedienne, actress Raven-Symoné is executive producer and star of “Raven’s Home,” reprising the role she made famous in 100 episodes of “That’s So Raven” (2003-07). Now, she sets the bar high for a cast of young performers who are also proving their acting and physical comedy chops in storylines that are ultimately about individuality, self-acceptance, family and friends. For the second season of the series, Raven is reunited with Dava Savel and Michael Feldman (writer/producers on “That’s So Raven”), who have joined as executive producers. For its first season, the series was nominated for an NAACP Image Award and Raven was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award.

Also starring are Issac Ryan Brown as Booker Baxter-Carter, Navia Robinson as Nia Baxter-Carter, Jason Maybaum as Levi Grayson, Sky Katz as Tess and, reprising her “That’s So Raven” role, Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea.

Booker is unpretentiously cool; his 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.

Season two includes guest stars Jonathan McDaniel (“That So Raven”) who returns as Nia and Booker’s dad, Devon Carter; Brian George (“That’s So Raven”) as Dr. Sleevemore; Mike Massimino as Tess’ dad, Jimmy; Anthony Alabi as Coach Spitz; Wendy Raquel Robinson (“Descendants”) as Dream Weaver; and Dylan Martin Frankel as the family’s new 12-year-old landlord, Mitch.

“Raven’s Home” is executive-produced by Emmy® Award-winning Dava Savel (“That’s So Raven,” “Will and Grace”), Michael Feldman (“That’s So Raven,” “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn) and Raven-Symoné. The series theme song, “Raven’s Home,” is performed by Raven-Symoné, Navia Robinson, Issac Ryan Brown, Jason Maybaum, Sky Katz and Anneliese Van der Pol and was written and produced by Andy Love, Joacim Persson and Johan Alkenäs. The series was created by Michael Poryes and Susan Sherman and developed by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas.

“Raven’s Home” is a production of It’s a Laugh Productions, Inc. and carries a TV-G parental guideline.

05/18

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