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Raven-Symoné Signs Overall Deal With Disney, Will Produce & Direct New 'Raven's Home' Spinoff Series

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Raven-Symoné is extending her partnership with Disney! It was just announced that the 38-year-old entertainer, who has been working with the company for over 20 years, has signed a multi-year, overall deal with Disney Branded Television, according to Deadline. “Disney Channel has been the canvas for my creative expressions since I was 15 years old,” Raven-Symoné said in a statement. “After years of telling stories filled with heart, laughter, and togetherness, I’m excited to embark on the next chapter of this creative journey alongside my Disney family.” As part of her new deal, she will executive produce and direct a new spinoff of her most recent series Raven’s Home! Get all the details inside… The new series, titled Alice in the Palace, will pick up “when Alice (Mykal-Michelle Harris), Raven’s young cousin, returns to England and reunites with Duchess Clementine (also Harris), a young royal who looks exactly like her.

In the process, Clementine gets a taste of the fun side of ‘normal’ life, while Alice gets a taste of the finer side of ‘regal’ life.” Fans will recall that Clementine and the royal storyline were introduced in the two-part season six premiere when the Baxters took a trip to London.

Raven’s Home‘s Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas are writing and executive producing the pilot.

This will mark the fourth series in the Raven-verse, following the first series That’s So Raven, it’s spinoff Corey in the House and, of course, the most recent Raven’s Home. Raven‘s new overall deal with Disney will see her produce, direct and develop projects across linear and streaming, focusing on multi-cam comedies. “Raven is a true trailblazer who constantly pushes creative boundaries in acting, producing, and directing,” Ayo

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