Good Trouble video: Check out the arrival of Lena, Stef!

Good TroubleThe premiere of Good Trouble is coming to Freeform on January 8, and later on in the season, you’ll have a chance to see more familiar faces from the world of The Fosters. To be specific here, we are talking about Lena and Stef! The moms will be a part of the new series in some shape or form, even if they are not series regulars and are not turning in regular appearances on the series with that in mind. We’ll take however many opportunities that we can in order to see them and embrace those moments as they come.

In the video below, you can see these two characters turning in an appearance at the Coterie, the place that Mariana and Callie are staying at in Los Angeles. In some ways, the are some comparisons between this place and the home Mariana and Callie grew up in. After all, the Coterie features a number of people from all walks of life, doing their best in order to both get along together and try and become better people. There’s going to be a lot of drama and conflict there, but in the end, you have to hope that there will be some compromise. Lena and Stef can bring a touch of home for Cierra Ramirez and Maia Mitchell’s characters, and also at the same time they may also help to remind some of the other characters about their own upbringing. Everyone loves a touch of home, especially for many people in Los Angeles given that many people who live in the city originally arrived there from somewhere else.

By the end of Good Trouble season 1, our expectation is that Callie and Mariana will have evolved a good bit in their new surroundings with these new potential friends. They aren’t going to be the same exact people who they were in The Fosters. While they’re going to stretch their wings and show off even more of an independent side, don’t think that Stef and Lena are fully out of the picture, either. Even if we don’t see the two characters in every episode, they’re still going to be actively involved in one way or another with the lives of their daughters. It’s the same as in many other situations in which people move away from their parents — that doesn’t meant that they are completely gone. You just don’t see them anywhere near as much as you did previously.

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