It's a brand new life for 15-year-old Cory Baxter (Kyle Massey) when his dad, Victor, becomes the personal chef to the newly-elected President of the United States and the two Baxter men relocate to Washington D.C. Now, Cory's entrepreneurial scheming reaches new heights as he mingles among high powered elite at an exclusive prep school and at his new home, the White House, in the new comedy series "Cory in the House," premiering Friday, January 12 (9:30 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

Kyle Massey and Rondell Sheridan reprise their roles as Cory and Victor Baxter from the hit series "That's So Raven" which continues to be the #1 series in its basic cable time period (daily, 7:30 p.m.) among Kids 6-11 and Tweens. New episodes of "That's So Raven" will continue to premiere.

Gary Marsh, President, Entertainment, Disney Channel Worldwide, said, "It's been an absolute joy watching Kyle hone his comedic timing over 100 'That's So Raven' episodes, and we're thrilled we found the perfect project that allows him to further showcase his tremendous talents."

As Cory adapts to his new environment at Washington Preparatory Academy, he must also learn to stay true to himself. He soon befriends and forms a band with aspiring teen rock star Newt Livingston III, son of a political dynasty and Meena Paroom, daughter of the Ambassador from "Bahavia." He also faces a nemesis, Jason Stickler, son of the CIA Chief and is further vexed by Sophie, the precocious 8-year-old First Daughter and Samantha, the President's stern aide.

Starring are Kyle Massey as Cory Baxter, Rondell Sheridan as Victor Baxter, Jason Dolley as Newt Livingston III, Madison Pettis as Sophie Martinez, Maiara Walsh as Meena Paroom, Jake Thomas as Jason Stickler, John D'Aquino as President Martinez and Lisa Arch as Samantha Stevens.