Raven-Symone's New Spin-Off Raven's Home - 5 Facts You May Not Know

That's So Raven fans rejoice! The Disney Channel comedy classic, which followed a psychic teen hilariously navigating through high school with her best friends, is returning to the children's network through a new spin-off series: Raven's Home. While we're excited to see this project get greenlit, news of its production does bring a lot of questions. Read on to learn more about what you can expect from the new show.

What's the new show about?

Raven's Home will follow single mothers Raven Baxter and Chelsea Daniels, two of the main characters from the original series, as they raise their families together under one roof. According to Deadline, when one of Raven's children starts showing her mother's trademark psychic powers, their world is "turned upside down."

So, pretty much Fuller House but with visions of the future. Sounds like a winner to us.

While we're sure that fans of That's So Raven will tune in to check out what's changed for Raven and Chelsea, the show is, of course, aimed toward a younger audience: children between 6 to 14 years of age.

What do you need to know about That's So Raven?

While Raven's Home will likely fill you on everything you need to know about the original series—including Raven's fashion industry career and her psychic vision-related shenanigans—it's important to know the impact that That's So Raven had during its original run. According to Variety, the series, which ended on its 100th episode, marked the first multi-cam comedy on the Disney Channel. When it premiered in 2003, it was also the highest-rated show for children ages 6 to 11 as well as, specifically, boys from 6 to 11 years of age. The publication also reports that the show—which previously had a spin-off centered around Raven's younger brother, called Corey in the House—still earned an average of 1.1 million total viewers during its 2016 midnight airings.

Who's been cast?

Not surprisingly, Raven-Symoné will return as Raven Baxter, now a psychic mom to two pre-teen kids. Symoné, who left her position as co-host of The View for the project, will also executive produce the series. Actress Anneliese Van Der Pol is also slated to reprise her ditzy character, Chelsea Daniels.

As for Raven's and Chelsea's children, expect to see a lot of new faces. Per Disney Channel's M.O., the network has cast a number of relatively unknown child actors. Issac Brown, who played young Dre on Black-ish, plays Raven's 11-year-old son Booker. The character's sister, Nia, will be played by Navia Robinson. Jason Maybaum has been cast as Chelsea's 9-year-old son, Levi. Former America's Got Talent contestant, Sky Katz, known for her rapping skills, will also star in the series as Nia's BFF Tess.

Will the cast of That's So Raven return?

No word yet on whether any other members of the Baxter family will appear on Raven's Home. But since the actors are still working in Hollywood, there's always a chance they could guest-star on the new show. Hey, if John Stamos can still find time to film episodes of Fuller House between working on Fox's Scream Queens and touring with The Beach Boys, then T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh and Rondell Sheridan, who played Raven's mother and father respectively, should be able to squeeze in filming for Raven's Home, right?

Unfortunately, Kyle Massey, who played Raven's younger brother Corey, may be a little busy trying to kickstart his music career to join the cast. Though, who knows, maybe a guest appearance on Raven's Home is just what he needs to boost his popularity.

As for Raven's other BFF, Eddie Thomas, it's not likely we'll see him on the show. After getting into some trouble with the law, Thomas reportedly attacked Symoné on social media, calling her a "b****." So yeah, it's doubtful that Symoné would want him on her new TV show.

When will Raven's Home premiere?

According to CNN, the show will reportedly go into production in April 2017, so it may be a while until we see Raven's Home on the small screen. However, despite its pre-production status, most reports indicate that the series will premiere in late 2017.

Back in Oct. 2016 after rumors of the spin-off started to circulate, Deadline reported that Emmy Award nominees Scott Thomas and Jed Elinoff, known for their work on R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour, reportedly signed on to write and executive produce the series. So, at least we can wait in peace, knowing that two pros are handling production.