The That's So Raven spinoff, Raven's Home, recently ended its fourth season on Disney Channel. Right now, there is no news on if the show has been renewed. Many fans have been speculating the show's fourth season was its final one, particularly with how things ended.
Raven was asked about the future of the show in a recent interview with ET Online. "I cannot tell you the status of Raven's Home because I don't know it myself," she said. "I hope that people go back and watch the series and write in, tweet, post what they would like because ultimately we are here for the fans. We are here to entertain those. And do I love my cast? Yes. Do I want to work with them for as long as I can? Of course. Is it my decision? No, that's Disney Channel's decision. So wait for it. Make noise, stomp your feet, do what you can and see what happens."
The season finale of Raven’s Home (which she Raven directed herself) may have been the perfect way to end the series, and the 35-year old is aware of the implications the finale created.
"I directed it. So yes, I do know what it looks like, but I also know there's been many series in the history of television that have ended but also have come back, and have ended and not come back," she explained. "So I think it's a good cliffhanger to whatever happens, and I think that that chapter in [Raven and Chelsea's] life as a whole is done. And I think that we encapsulated this series in a really nice way. And who knows what could happen in the future."
"If I knew exactly whether it's done, whether it's not, I would tell you," she noted. "But as of right now, there is no set answer for you."
A spinoff of the iconic Disney Channel series, That’s So Raven, Raven's Home also stars Anneliese van der Pol reprising her role as Chelsea, as well as Navia Robinson as Raven's daughter and Booker's twin sister, Nia. Jayson Maybaum plays Chelsea's son, Levi, and Sky Katz plays Tess, the group's next door neighbor and friend to Booker and Nia. The show focuses on Raven and Chelsea's lives as single mothers raising their children in the same apartment, all the while contending with Raven and Booster's visions of the future, which lead to classic sitcom shenanigans.