'That's So Raven' spinoff stars Raven-Symone as a divorced mom -- and one of her kids inherited her secret trait!

It's the future we can see... and it includes a whole lot of Raven-Symone!

The "That's So Raven" alum is reprising her famous Disney Channel role in a new spinoff, "Raven's Home," set to premiere later this year. Raven and best friend Chelsea (Anneliese van der Pol, also from the original series) are single divorced moms of two kids each -- and one of them has inherited a very special trait: One of Raven's kids is showing early signs of psychic abilities!

Issac Brown ("Black-ish") and Navia Robinson ("Being Mary Jane") will play Raven's 11-year-old twins, Booker and Nia. Jayson Maybaum ("Superstore") is signed on to play Chelsea's son, Levi. And Sky Katz of "America's Got Talent" will play Nia's best friend, Tess -- because what's a Disney Channel show without a spunky best friend?

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"There is only one Raven -- and for over 25 years, she has blessed audiences around the world with the greatest gift of all -- the pure, unadulterated joy of laugh-out-loud funny," Gary Marsh, president and chief creative officer at Disney Channels Worldwide, said in a statement. "After being a part of over 20 different Disney projects, we are thrilled to be bringing Raven home to Disney Channel once again."

"That's So Raven" is one of Disney Channel's most beloved properties. It ran from 2003 to 2007 and launched Raven's career as a teen comedienne.

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