For everyone out there who is looking forward to seeing The Fosters spin-off show Good Trouble in action, the news today has to make you rather pleased. Filming has officially started on the series! In a new post on Twitter, you can see some behind-the-scenes photos courtesy of the executive producer Bradley Bredeweg. The show is going to be hard at work making new episodes over the course of the next several months, and while there is no official premiere date just yet, you can expect it to air presumably in early 2019.
For those who have not heard too much about the premise just yet, Good Trouble is going to atar Maia Mitchell at Callie alongside Cierra Ramirez as Mariana. These two are moving to Los Angeles in order to start the next phase of their lives. For Mariana, she is working within the male-dominated tech industry and trying to find a way to make her presence known. Meanwhile, Callie is going to be working under a conservative judge, where she is going to do everything that she can to enact change. This is not going to be easy given that judges have very strong viewpoints, but we know that she is the sort of person who is up for almost any challenge.
Freeform already announced many of the people who are going to be a part of the supporting cast and while there are no other stars of The Fosters expected to be regulars right now, signs do point to seeing a few cast members of that show here and there over the course of the first season. We would certainly like it if many of them were around for several episodes, but we also understand that this show needs to develop an identity of its own. Also, you have to consider that life goes on, and as adults you don’t spend anywhere near as much time with your family as you once did. That’s especially the truth if you’re in a different state.
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