The Good Trouble season 2 holiday special is set to arrive on Freeform on Monday night, and rest assured that it will be stuffed full of festivities! You’re going to see familiar faces, humor, and then also some significant announcement.
In the video below, you can see a big tease in regards to Brandon and Eliza’s future, plus also talk about nose rings and some great Stef/Lena moments. Having a lot of the Adams Foster family back together again is going to be one of the big reasons for excitement here. You’ll have some more updates as to how everyone is doing, but at the same time, it’s not as though the story of Good Trouble is going to slow down either. The Coterie remains the setting for much of the special, and even the sneak peek below gives you a good sense of that courtesy of a noteworthy speech that you hear from Mariana — one that leads to a response about Raj.
Be prepared for some holiday cheer throughout this special, but also some opportunities in order to see the Adams Foster family reminisce. It’s a two-hour event that could very well feel like a movie, and progress things forward leading into the second part of the season airing in January. It’s during those episodes we’ll get to learn more about what’s coming in terms of Callie and Mariana’s careers — to go along, of course, with what is happening with their personal lives. This is a show whose DNA remains telling stories of young people and how to deal with complicated circumstances. We have a hard time thinking that it’s going to walk away from that anytime soon.
If you haven’t seen the full synopsis for the event just yet, you can take a look at it below:
The Fosters visit the Coterie for Christmas and Callie struggles to tell her moms about quitting her clerkship. Mariana agrees to volunteer for a holiday festival for the underprivileged. Alice is hiding a secret from the Coterie. Davia strolls down memory lane with Dennis, opening old wounds.
What do you want to see when it comes to the Good Trouble Christmas Special?
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