Grown-ish - Episode 2.01 - 2.02 - Promos, 5 Sneak Peeks, Cast and Promotional Photos, Casting News, Key Art + Premiere Date By Nirat Anop (December 30, 2018, 10:19 pm) Grown-ish



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Grown-ish Season 2 Cast Interviews





New Promo - Zoey Pretends It's All Good





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Cast Promotional Photos




New Promo - We Got This On Lock

zoey's in for a serious reality check. #grownish season 2 premieres january 2nd at 8pm/7c on @freeformtv. pic.twitter.com/q6kWFld2yU

— grown-ish (@grownish) December 21, 2018




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New Promo - The Miseducation Continues

the miseducation continues. #grownish season 2 premieres january 2nd at 8pm/7c on @freeformtv. pic.twitter.com/dTtvGF30Is

— grown-ish (@grownish) December 16, 2018




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aaron better watch his mouth if he knows what's good for him. ????
_ _ _#grownish season 2 premieres january 2nd at 8/7c on @freeformtv. pic.twitter.com/tPoVTtISfg

— grown-ish (@grownish) December 14, 2018




2 New Promos + Sneak Peek

sophomore year's got nothing on the #grownish crew. #grownish season 2 premieres january 2nd at 8pm/7c on @freeformtv. pic.twitter.com/eosCNLUCs4

— grown-ish (@grownish) December 13, 2018


it's time for a reality check. #grownish is back january 2nd on @freeformtv. pic.twitter.com/K63TRkJmUv

— grown-ish (@grownish) December 10, 2018


sneak peek: when you gotta go, you gotta go. #grownish pic.twitter.com/dVtICKMIz8

— grown-ish (@grownish) December 13, 2018






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Episode 2.02 - Nothing Was the Same


Zoey feels insecure when she realizes that her friends don’t see her relationship with Luca as #RelationshipGoals, prompting her to try a little too hard to prove that what they have is special. In his first move as an RA, Aaron organizes a movie night to build community…but his film choice does nothing to help people unwind.

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New Promo - Yara Shahidi Returns as Zoey





Episode 2.01 - Better


After the wide-eyed firsts of their freshman year, season two of “grown-ish” follows Zoey and her friends as they enter their second year at CalU with confidence and swagger. Learning from the ups and downs of their first year, they all assume they’ve got their second year on lock, but quickly realize that they’re not as grown as they think.

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Premiere Date Revealed

“GROWN-ISH” – Season 2
Premieres January 2, 2019 (8:00 p.m.)


After the wide-eyed firsts of their freshman year, season two of “grown-ish” follows Zoey and her friends as they enter their second year at CalU with confidence and swagger. Learning from the ups and downs of their first year, they all assume they’ve got their second year on lock, but quickly realize that they’re not as grown as they think.

A contemporary take on the current issues facing students in the world of higher education, “grown-ish” is produced by ABC Signature Studios and executive produced by Kenya Barris, Julie Bean, Jenifer Rice-Genzuk Henry, Craig Doyle, Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Helen Sugland and E. Brian Dobbins.

Reprising their roles after a stellar freshman season are Yara Shahidi as popular but entitled Zoey Johnson, Trevor Jackson as socially conscious Aaron Jackson, Francia Raisa as outspoken conservative Latina Ana Torres, Emily Arlook as openly and actively bisexual Nomi Segal, Jordan Buhat as troublemaker Vivek Shah, Chloe Bailey and Halle Bailey as twins and sporty-savants Jazz Forster and Sky Forster, Luka Sabbat as mellow and fashion-forward Luca Hall, and Deon Cole as eccentric and unpredictable Professor Charles Telphy.

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Premieres January 2 with two back-to-back episodes on Freeform





Chloe Bailey, Halle Bailey & Luka Sabbat Promoted to Series Regulars; Diggy Simmons Returning in Recurring Role

SCHOOL IS BACK IN SESSION: FREEFORM’S HIT COMEDY ‘GROWN-ISH’ BEGINS PRODUCTION ON SEASON TWO IN LOS ANGELES

CHLOE BAILEY, HALLE BAILEY AND LUKA SABBAT UPPED TO SERIES REGULARS


Diggy Simmons Returns for Season 2 in Recurring Role

Today, Freeform announced the start of production on season two of the critically acclaimed comedy series “grown-ish.” From “black-ish” executive producer Kenya Barris, “grown-ish” is a contemporary take on the current issues facing both students and administrators in the world of higher education. Produced by ABC Signature Studios and executive produced by Kenya Barris, Julie Bean, Jenifer Rice-Genzuk Henry, Craig Doyle, Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Helen Sugland and E. Brian Dobbins, season two of “grown-ish” is set to debut in January 2019.

Reprising their roles after a stellar freshman season are Yara Shahidi as Zoey Johnson, Trevor Jackson as Aaron Jackson, Francia Raisa as Ana Torres, Emily Arlook as Nomi Segal, Jordan Buhat as Vivek Shah and Deon Cole as “Professor Charles Telphy.”

Chloe Bailey and Halle Bailey, real-life sisters who starred as twins and the sporty-savants Jazz Forster and Sky Forster, have been upped to series regulars. Their fan-favorite characters were a staple in the friend group throughout the first season, tackling topical conversations including dating as black women and the cutthroat world of college athletics. Outside of acting, the duo are Chloe x Halle, musical prodigies currently opening for Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s “On The Run II” tour. Their debut album, “The Kids Are Alright” (Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia Records), includes “Grown,” the theme song for “grown-ish,” which they co-wrote.

Luka Sabbat also returns as a series regular for season two portraying Luca Hall, a mellow and fashion-forward classmate of Zoey’s. While his methods are unconventional and subtle, he vies for Zoey’s affection throughout the first season. Sabbat is an actor, model, influencer, stylist and creative entrepreneur best known for collaborating with some of fashion’s top brands and designers, as well as curating his own style and name in the fashion world. Most notable among his endeavors is “Hot Mess,” a collaboration which profiles young people of various backgrounds, photographed in unfamiliar situations.

Finally, reprising his role as Doug is musical artist, rapper and actor Diggy Simmons in a recurring role for season two. Also known for starring in MTV’s “Run’s House” alongside father Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons, he quickly became a fandom favorite for his character’s relationship with Jazz Forster. Simmons recently released his latest single “It Is What It Is,” off of his highly anticipated sophomore album that will be released later this fall, and continues to rise as a style icon.

Freeform’s “grown-ish” ranks as the network’s No. 1 show this year among Adults 18-34, Women 18-34, Adults 18-49, Women 18-49, Persons 12-34 and Females 12-34. In addition, “grown-ish” is the No. 1 comedy on cable this year in Women 18-34 and Females 12-34.

In its debut season, “grown-ish” averaged 2.09 million Adults 18-49 per episode across all platforms within the first 35 days availability, marking the highest total ever for a new Freeform series. In fact, viewership on non-linear platforms for “grown-ish” through 7 days provided a massive +102% lift over the series’ Live +7 day linear ratings. “grown-ish” also drew 3.06 million Total Viewers in its first season based on viewing across all platforms through 35 days.

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the crew’s back at it. #grownish season 2 is now in production. ???????? pic.twitter.com/B5s5T6BW4o

— grown-ish (@grownish) September 18, 2018




Key Art

Returning January 2019 on Freeform

y’all ain't ready. @grownish season 2 premieres january 2019 only on @freeform. _ _ _ art by @DEERDANA.

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