Raven-Symoné is changing up her view.

The actress and TV personality is leaving her gig as co-host on The View in order to develop a spinoff of That's So Raven, the sitcom she previously starred on the Disney Channel, Variety reports.

Raven-Symoné will be leave the ABC daytime talk show in December and will be relocating from New York City (where The View films) to Los Angeles to work on the as-yet-untitled That's So Raven spinoff with Disney, which she will also executive produce, according to E! News.

The actress addressed the news of her impending departure on Thursday, October 27, telling The View audience, "I'm excited and sad, but mostly excited. I have an announcement to make...There's no title yet, but I'm calling it That's So Raven 2. It's Raven Baxter. It's still me. But I am a mother this time. I'm going to be a single mother raising two kids, and one of them learns that she has visions."

Between 2003 and 2007, Raven-Symoné starred as the titular character Raven on That's So Raven, the beloved Disney Channel comedy series about a teenager with psychic abilities whose foresight would often get her into trouble.

Raven-Symoné joined The View as an official co-host in June 2015, where she became a controversial presence thanks to her polarizing views on racism, feminism, Beyonce and other hot topics.

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