Season five welcomes Rondell Sheridan to the cast, reprising the role of Victor Baxter, Raven's dad. Also joining the cast are Mykal-Michelle Harris, Felix Avitia and Emmy Liu-Wang. Scott Thomas and Jed Elinoff developed the series and join Symoné as executive producers, along with Anthony C. The series was created by Michael Poryes and Susan Sherman and is a production of It's a Laugh Productions, Inc. The spinoff series will continue to follow the adventures of the somewhat psychic Raven Baxter and her teen son Booker, who has inherited the same gift of catching glimpses of the future. Hill.
The series is produced by Gwave Productions, LLC, and the first season is available on Disney Plus and DisneyNow. 2022 on Disney Channel and Disney Plus. have joined the season two cast of “The Secrets of Sulphur Springs,” which will premiere Jan. The second season follows Griffin Campbell, Harper Dunn and Savannah as they discover more mysteries to unravel in the Tremont hotel. Season one series regulars Josh Braaten, Kelly Frye, Landon Gordon, Madeleine McGraw and Diandra Lyle are returning for the second season. Disney Plus and Disney Channel announced that Johari Washington, Ethan Hutchinson, Eugene Byrd, Kenneisha Thompson and Robert Manning Jr. Tracey Thomson, creator and writer, executive produced along with Charles Pratt Jr. Watch the teaser for the second season below.
Disney Channel has ordered a fifth season of "Raven's Home," starring Raven-Symoné as Raven Baxter and Isaac Ryan Brown as her son Booker.
Jackie Redmond will be joining WWE as the new co-host of "Raw Talk" and "Talking Smack" alongside WWE analyst and co-host of "The Bump" Matt Camp. Redmond currently serves as host and reporter covering hockey for the NHL Network and Turner Sports. 2 on Peacock in the U.S. and WWE Network everywhere else. Previously, she spent six years as an anchor for Rogers Sportsnet in Canada as well as a host for studio programs such as "Sportsnet Central" and "WWE Aftermath." Redmond will make her "Talking Smack" debut on Oct.
Kathleen Garrett will guest as former First Lady Laura Bush in the upcoming Showtime scripted anthology series “The First Lady.” Garrett will play Laura Lane Welch Bush, First Lady of the United States from 2001 to 2009, who was known for her major initiatives on education and women’s health. The series reframes American history through the lens of the First Ladies Michelle Obama, Betty Ford and Eleanor Roosevelt. Produced by Showtime and Lionsgate Television, the series stars Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer and Gillian Anderson and is executive produced by Cathy Schulman and directed by Davis, Julius Tennon, Andrew Wang and Susanne Bier.
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