Is the Black-ish spin-off series getting an early renewal? Continue reading to find out more about Grown-ish Season 6.
There is still time for the fifth season to conclude its plotline, but the good news for the fans has arrived early, as Freeform has already approved a brand new season, indicating that enthusiasm for this series has grown over the course of the last five seasons and is unlikely to decrease anytime soon. If you’re one of those people who wants clarification about the renewal status, plot, and cast, among other details, then look no further! We have compiled all the necessary details to find all of your answers; keep reading until the very end.
Here is everything we know so far about Grown-ish Season 6.
Grown-ish Season 6: What to expect in the new season?
Attention viewers! Despite the series being currently in its fifth season, with the midseason premiere set for Wednesday, January 18, 2023, the network has already announced that Grown-ish will be returning for Season 6 at Freeform, which calls for an early celebration! On the other hand, the exact launch date has yet to be determined, as the series was recently renewed by the network. However, it has been speculated that it will most likely be released in the early to mid months of 2024, as production for the season is speculated to begin later this year. Of course, this is just speculation, and the network will confirm the dates in the near future. It is expected to follow a similar time slot, with new episodes dropping on a weekly basis on Wednesdays at 10:30/9:30c on Freeform, and available to stream the next day on Hulu.
The main cast members who are expected to reprise their roles in the new season are Trevor Jackson, Diggy Simmons, and Daniella Perkins. Shahidi executive produces alongside Kenya Barris, Zakiyyah Alexander, Courtney Lilly, Craig Doyle, Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Helen Sugland, E. Brian Dobbins, and Michael Petok. We suggest that the viewers be patient and follow all the social media platforms for the series to be updated with the latest information for the sixth season. Doyle has been tapped as a showrunner for the upcoming season, succeeding Alexander and Lilly who were co-showrunners last season. The series hails from ABC Signature. Barris co-created the series with Larry Wilmore.
In the meantime, we suggest the readers catch up with the prior episodes to know what the story has been so far which will carry further into the new season following, “On the heels of big sister Zoey’s graduation, Andre Johnson Jr., aka Junior, enrolls at Cal U and embarks on his own journey to being grown.” The new episodes will return with the midseason premiere set for January 18, 2023, where Season 5 glimpsed Marcus Scribner take up the mantle from Yara Shahidi as her character Zoey’s younger brother Junior, who started his first year at Cal U. Take a look at the official trailer to get some insight below:
Grown-ish Season 6 Episodes and Streaming Options
It is expected to have the same range of episodes and is intended to follow the same framework to be consistent. We’d also like to point out that, as of January 18, 2023, the exact titles and numbers for the episodes cannot be confirmed. In order to receive updates on when the show premieres on the respective streaming platforms, interested viewers can also enable notifications. Here is a quick episode guide for the first half of the fifth season to help you understand the chronology and plot so far, which will continue the story to its best possible conclusion later this year.
Episode 1: This Is What You Came For: Zoey returns to Cal U to support Junior’s first day on campus but soon realizes that she may be missing her Cal U days more than she let on; after meeting his new classmates, Junior seeks to escape dorm life by attending Doug’s white party.
Episode 2: High Society: Friction mounts between Junior and Annika when one of them is tapped for a secret society; red flags start to arise when Aaron discovers the university is overusing his image to promote how diverse and inclusive they are.
Episode 3: No New Friends: Junior and his roommate, Zaara, butt heads, causing them to one-up each other in an attempt to prove who is the most chill; Annika surprises Aaron by turning in a TikTok instead of a paper.
Episode 4: Look What U Started: Eager to impress Gamma Psi Delta while pledging, Junior faces a moral dilemma when he books a controversial comic to perform at a fundraiser; Aaron struggles to fit in with his colleagues and receives advice from Zoey about how to cope.
Episode 5: You Don’t Know Me: The girls enlist Junior’s help to find their shady roommate, Lauryn, who has a habit of mysteriously disappearing; Junior wonders if Annika is starting to catch feelings for him; Aaron suspects that Doug isn’t being honest with him.
Episode 6: Frat Rules: While pledging for Gamma Psi Delta, Junior and Zeke find their brotherhood put to the test when a night of challenges and a quest to prove their loyalty goes awry.
Episode 7: Love on the Brain: Doug throws a party at Bar None and invites the crew; Junior considers opening up to Annika; Kiela finds herself on RA duty; Zaara plays the field; Aaron tries to be a good wingman, putting his long-distance relationship to the test.
Episode 8: Certified Lover Boy: Junior finds himself the center of attention when he’s awarded five stars on Cal U’s infamous “D List,” prompting timely conversations about objectification and hookup culture among the crew.
Episode 9: It’s a Vibe: Junior’s fate as a Gamma is determined, as is his relationship status with Annika; Doug throws another big party, and some old friends drop in to help him celebrate.
As stated above, the fifth season will continue its run with new episodes on January 18, 2023, with the 10th episode, “Fool’s Paradise,” which follows Zoey and Aaron as they have an unexpected run-in at the San Francisco airport, leading them to unpack the highs and lows of their long-distance relationship. The 11th episode, “Money Trees,” will release next week on January 25, 2023, which will give insight into the plot further as Junior realizes that he’s not earning enough money, so he focuses all his efforts on a new stock market side hustle; Aaron’s students accuse him of being a sellout; and Lauryn stops singing to focus on a real job.
The 12th episode, “Big Drip,” will release on February 1, 2023, and focus on Junior being terrified when he has a herpes scare; Annika tries to get in the mood again; Aaron meets Symone, an impressive activist-gone-corporate, who teaches him to use corporate resources for community good. The 13th episode, “Addiction,” will premiere on February 8, 2023, and showcase Junior convincing the crew to do a digital detox; Annika is determined to win in hopes of denying allegations that she’s basic; and Aaron is nervous that he and Symone are getting too friendly.
The series is available exclusively on the Freeform network along with Hulu Plus or Disney+. You can also stream Grown-ish by renting or purchasing on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play, with the prior episodes and some other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options based on viewers’ locations, and preferences.
they've got a handle on their ish…maybe.
___#grown-ish returns january 18. stream next day on @hulu. pic.twitter.com/8mm4sOMxhn
— grown-ish (@grownish) January 6, 2023
Catch up on the previous episodes while you wait for more Grown-ish Season 6 updates.