Grown-ish Season 5: When Will Grown-ish Season 5 Come Out?
One of the two shows that grew out of the comedy-drama Black-Ish is called Grown-ish. The Freeform and Disney+ series is about Zoey Johnson, the oldest of the Johnson children. She goes to college, but things don’t go as planned.
Will “Grown-ish” Has a Fifth Season?
Yes! After eight seasons, Black-ish will end later this year, but fans will get a fifth season of Grown-ish. “Francia, Emily, Chloe, Halle, Luka, and Jordan will always be part of the ‘-ish’ family,” said showrunner Zakiyyah Alexander and actress Courtney Lilly.
This new season isn’t an end; we’re just making the world bigger. For season five, we’re excited to learn more about Zoey, Aaron, and Doug’s lives after graduation and to meet a new, exciting class at Cal-U. They’ll always be welcome to come back.
What Will Season 5 of “Grown-ish” Be About?
Season 4 ended emotionally with Zoey and the rest of her college friends graduating from the California University of Liberal Arts. The new season will follow her life after that. Shahidi, graduating from Harvard this year, told Essence in January that her character has given her “an excellent road map of what not to do.
Grown-ish was the first time I saw what college life was like before I left. But I think art has started to look more like real life in the last few seasons. Even though I’ve grown up and juggled a job and school, college is fake adulthood, and I’m starting to see what real life looks like with no summer breaks.
Who Be Will on “Grown-ish” Season 5?
TVLine said that Francia Raisa (who played Ana), Emily Arlook (who played Nomi), Chloe Bailey (who played Jazz), Luka Sabbat (who played Luca), Halle Bailey (who played Sky), and Jordan Buhat (who played Vivek) would not be back for Season 5. Yara Shahidi, who plays Zoey, Trevor Jackson, who plays Aaron, and Diggy Simmons, who plays Doug, are among the actors who are coming back. Marcus Scribner, who plays Zoey’s younger brother Junior on Black-ish, will be a full-time member of the cast.
When Will “Grown-ish” Season 5 Come Out?
The show was renewed by Freeform on March 7, and Express UK says that season five will start on Freeform on July 20.
Who is in Season 5 of Grown-ish?
The current cast of “Grown-ish” Season 4 is likely to be back for another season, even though some characters have just graduated from Cal U, the fictional college they all attend.
Yara Shahidi, who plays Zoey Johnson and is also the show’s main character and narrator, Francia Raisa, who plays Ana Torres, Emily Arlook, who plays Nomi Segal, Jordan Buhat, who plays Vivek Shah, Chloe Bailey, who plays Jazz Forster, Luka Sabbat, who plays Luca Hall, and Diggy Simmons, who plays Doug Edwards, are all likely to be back. Since actress Halle Bailey left “Grown-ish” before Season 4, it doesn’t look like Sky Forster, who used to be the main character, will come back as anything other than a recurring character (via Yahoo).
So far, only the first half of Season 4 has aired, so it’s also possible that more actors will leave the show by the end of the season and that new characters will be added if the show is renewed. Once Season 4 of “Grown-ish” is over and writing for Season 5 can begin, we’ll know more.
What Happens in Season 5 of Grown-ish?
Grown-ish” is about Zoey, who was in “Black-ish,” after she goes to college at Cal U and starts her adult life away from her family, with some success. Zoey makes close friends at Cal U, like Ana and Nomi. She also dates other students, like Aaron.
Zoey and Aaron seem to be on the rocks at the end of the first half of Season 4. Aaron punches Zoey’s ex-boyfriend Luca at a party when he finds out he’s offered her a job. He then storms off. Zoey goes to his house to find him, where she learns that Aaron got her an internship completion certificate, so she doesn’t need the job from Luca. In the meantime, Ana sleeps with Vivek, and Kiela (Daniella Perkins) and Doug’s relationship keeps having problems.
Seasons 4, B, and 5 might be mainly about Zoey and her friends trying to finish college while she tries to figure out what’s going on with Aaron. The story will become more apparent when Seasons 4, B, and 5 finally air, hopefully in 2022.
Thoughts on Grown-fifth Ish’s Season
Zoey’s life after she graduates from Cal U and the adventures of the new group of friends she makes in New York will (hopefully) be the focus of season five. So far, all we know for sure is that her brother Andre Jr. (Marcus Scribner), who has been a regular on black-ish since the beginning, will be joining the grown-ish cast for season five.
At the end of the last episode of season four, Junior wears a Cal U sweatshirt and walks up to a building, where he fights with the doors before getting inside. This seems to hint that we’ll also see how the younger Johnson sibling does in college.
Kiela, Luca’s little sister and Doug’s ex-girlfriend/boo, will only be a sophomore at Cal U next year. And if you watch black-ish, you know that Andre just broke up with Olivia, who he had been with for a long time. Is it too early to say that I could see a relationship between these two people growing?
I, for one, hope that some of the recurring characters from the grown-ish show will show up. Nomi was worried that if she chose Yale, she would have to fight with Zoey’s father, Phil, for her daughter. But now Nomi is going to Yale with Phil and Luna so she won’t be too far from Zoey.
Also, Ana and Vivek are moving to Miami, so I don’t think it’s too far-fetched to believe that they could at least make a cameo in season five of grown-ish.
If you watched the season four finale, you know that Zoey’s true love, Aaron, came to visit her in New York three months after she graduated. So, if season five does follow some of her journey in New York, we should hopefully see more of him and their relationship.