The Fosters is coming to an end at Freeform, but the show's legacy will live on.
As previously reported, Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) will lead the cast of a spinoff that will find the pair living in Los Angeles a few years after the upcoming series finale.
Now, we know what the sequel series will be titled, and it's a good one.
Good Trouble is what you will be watching if you opt to continue to watch Callie and Mariana growing up.
We’re seeing millennials in this country doing extraordinary things — making noise, taking action, stirring up good trouble as they grow, strive and struggle to make the mess of their early 20s into the message,” series creators and showrunners Joanna Johnson, Peter Paige and Bradley Bredeweg said in a statement.
“As Callie and Mariana venture to Los Angeles to start their adult lives and embark on their separate but intertwined journeys to change the world, they’re going to have all the ‘good trouble’ they can handle.”
“Both of them will be faced with the challenges of working in a cultural divide all the while pursuing their dreams that have been laid into those characters throughout The Fosters,” said Freeform’s EVP programming and development Karey Burke back in January.
“It’s really about expanding the universe and continuing the legacy of The Fosters but in a different venue,” Burke added.
While the parent series is coming to an end, the characters will still pop up on the spin-off. “We plan to have all characters from the original series make guest appearances,” Burke said.
"The Fosters has been consistently groundbreaking and award-winning, it very much has helped define a brand that we want to continue and advance in platforming stories and characters that feel authentic and relevant to our audiences,” continued Burke.
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