Grown-ish Ends With Sixth and Last Season: Yara Shahidi

All of them are now regarded as adults. After six seasons, Freeform’s Grown-ish will come to an end. The show’s star, Yara Shahidi, announced its end in a video message to fans. As of March 29, she declared, “We’ll make a big thing out of it, but I wanted to let you guys know that season six of Grown-ish will be our last season, our day ones.

In honor of the approaching 100th episode, Lil Yachty and Anderson.Paak made unexpected debuts. Yara’s video also revealed that the first half of the sixth and last season will premiere this summer and the second will follow at some point in 2024.

She continued, “You guys have been with us since season one, and it has been such an honor to play Zoey and grow up alongside her for the past nine years.” “We would like to use this chance to express our gratitude to you all for your love and support throughout the years. Throughout the past five seasons, the actors and crew of the show have really appreciated your support.”

Trust me, it’s going to be big, Yara said, “and like I said, there’s still another season to go.” The cast of the original ABC black-ish spinoff included Chloe and Halle Bailey, Francia Raisa, Emily Arlook, Jordan Buhat, Luka Sabbat, Diggy Simmons, and Francia Raisa, to name a few. Her on-screen brother Marcus Scribner later took over for the Junior years. Yara played the lead role of Zoey as she left for college.

The show’s creator, Kenya Barris, also issued a heartfelt message on the show’s success since its 2018 debut. He also stated in a statement “It would be an understatement to say that the voyage has been incredible. We’ve been telling our stories through the -ish series for almost ten years. It has been a joy and an honor to see Yara, Marcus, and the rest of our mostly-grown family mature in front of (and often alongside) us during the past few years.

“I could not be more proud of everything we’ve accomplished and the family-ish I’ve been a part of, from the tales we’ve told to the talent we’ve developed and, most importantly, the memories built,” Kenya concluded. Get caught up on the Hulu streaming series Grown-first ish’s five seasons.