Disney gave her twins and I'm all in.
Raven's Home! She lives in the Disney complex and she has the cutest family ever. You might be thinking because it's on Disney that it's a show for kids? The truth is this series is in its third season and it is hilarious. If you have ever been a kid or have a family - you'll find a home of relative love and boisterous laughter in this series.
It's good to know that THE VIEW would not be the last window that we'd have into our beloved Cosby grandkid. Raven is only 30-something and it feels like she's been working in television for more than half of her life. Her resume consistently conveys the hopes and dreams of an entire generation. I know a Millenial that is cut from the same cloth as Raven, minus the industry breaks. In light of Disney's support to Raven, I'm itching to script a series and create Millenial jobs. So many of them need a place to be; purpose and meaning.
Raven is "at home" when she's on television. I was shocked to see her join The View cast and equally as shocked when she left. Though I must admit that her new show on Disney is far more comforting and relatively funny. Raven portrays a single mom, to a set of twins. Her daughter is played by Navia Robinson and her son is portrayed by Issac Ryan Brown.
This series is a sequel to Disney's former show THAT'S SO RAVEN, where Raven plays a psychic kid. In the Raven's Home series Raven's son, Booker discovers that he is psychic and his twin sister Nia doesn't mind exploiting it:
The show debuted in 2017 and is still going strong. I DVR every episode because it's family relative and hilarious. When was the last time that you watched a Disney series? When was the last time you laughed?
If laughter is what's missing in your life, visit Raven's Home and bellow out a few. After all
"at the height of laughter, the universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities." -
I'm tuned in and laughing with you.