With Raven’s Home episode 10 airing on the Disney Channel on September 29, one thought comes to mind: We’re already near the end! There are only a handful of episodes left to go before the end of the season, so you better be prepared for that. Not only that, but you better make sure that you both watch the final episodes live and convince other people to do the same, given that there is no guarantee of a Raven’s Home season 2 down the road. The Disney Channel is often a tough network to gauge, given that they look for ratings in specific demographics and they are probably more aware than most of the wide array of different manners in which people are watching television in 2017. We do hope over time that we get a chance to see more of the show over the coming years, but that is a different discussion for a different day.
For now, let’s get to sharing some more details regarding “Fears of the Clown,” the aforementioned installment coming next week.
Raven’s Home episode 10 synopsis – “Booker and Levi battle with Nia and Tess for the attention of a cool new kid in the building.”
This is far from the first time that we’ve seen a story like this, but thematically it makes some sense for Raven’s Home to want to tackle something of this subject matter. It is, after all, something that people all over the country can relate to — we’ve all experienced situations before where we’ve seen someone who felt like they were too cool for school, and we wanted to be attached to them socially in some way. We’ve also all probably felt the sting of not befriending that person before. Like the wide array of other stories that we’ve come to see on Raven’s Home over time, we imagine this will be a learning experience on the show for these characters. We’ll see what transpires as a result of their efforts, but we imagine that there will be the right mixture of humor with a little bit of sentiment mixed in there.
Here’s one little bit of trivia when it comes to this episode that we personally find to be rather entertaining: This was actually the sixth episode in the show’s run to film, even if it’s going to be airing a little ways in to this season. Why change things up like that? There’s not necessarily any rhyme or reason to it other than the fact that the show does
What is it that you want to see on Raven’s Home episode 10 when it airs on the Disney Channel? Be sure to share some of your thoughts on the matter in the comments! (Photo: Disney Channel.)