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Freeform announced that production has begun on The Fosters spinoff show, Good Trouble.

Good Trouble

About Good Trouble:

  • Freeform announced today, that production has officially begun on their new show, Good Trouble.
  • The highly anticipated show will make its debut in 2019.
  • The series will focus on Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) as they embark on the next phase of their young adult lives in Los Angeles.
  • Joining the cast as series regulars are fellow neighbors at The Coterie apartment complex:
    • Tommy Martinez (Riverdale) as Gael a socially conscious and politically active graphic designer;
    • Zuri Adele will portray Malika, a whip-smart former foster kid with a pension for social justice
    • Sherry Cola will play Alice, a first-generation Asian American who manages the apartment complex.
    • Roger Bart (A Series of Unfortunate Events) will portray conservative Judge Wilson for whom Callie is clerking.
  • According to Deadline, recurring cast members include:
    • Emma Hunton (Happy Endings), will portray Davia, a no holds barred teacher who also lives at The Coterie
    • Ken Kirby will portray Benjamin, a conservative fellow clerk who works with Callie.
  • Creators and showrunners:
    • Joanna Johnson
    • Peter Paige
    • Bradley Bredeweg
  • Executive producers:
    • Gregory Gugliotta
    • Christine Sacani
    • Maia Mitchell
    • Cierra Ramirez
    • Jennifer Lopez
    • Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas
    • Benny Medina
  • Series producer is Nuyorican Productions, Inc. in association with Freeform
  • Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) will direct and executive produce the first episode
  • Fans can follow Good Trouble‘s Twitter for updates, phots, and more.

More from Freeform:

  • In May, Freeform ordered a pilot of Everything’s Gonna Be Okay from writer and comedian, Josh Thomas.
  • At the 2018 Upfronts, Freeform announced new and returning shows, as well as their upcoming holiday programing including a Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Extravaganza.
  • Freeform joins several other networks and streaming services airing Marvel television series. On June 7th Freeform debuted Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger.

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