“There’s always conversations to be had,” she said of joining The Real. “But I’m gonna stay true to what I’ve been setting goals towards during corona, and that’s to focus on my skills as a director and EP and a creator, and really take what I’ve learned in the industry and pass it along to people that are beginning.”
While she is committed to pursuing other interests, she also looks forward to starting a family with her new wife, Miranda Pearman.
“I’ll never say no to a cool job,” she continued. “I don’t mind helping out where they need me to. As long as we’re corona-safe, I’m down for the cause,” said Raven. ”I’m gonna start a family [soon], and I need to do that. I want to make sure I’m getting into a position that allows me time because let’s not forget how demanding that job was before corona, and I’m sure it’s demanding now.”
By no means would Raven be a newcomer to the world of daytime television. She appeared as a co-host on The View from 2015-2016. She announced her departure from The View in 2016, sharing that a That’s So Raven spin-off with Disney was the reason for her exit.
“I’m excited and sad, but I have an announcement to make. No, I’m not pregnant…We’re doing a That’s So Raven II – there’s no title yet…I’m very excited,” she announced at the time. “I’m going to be leaving before the year’s up.”
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