Good Trouble season 5 episode 11 spoilers: Beginning of the end

Good Trouble season 5
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For those of you who have not heard as of yet, Good Trouble season 5 episode 11 is going to arrive on Freeform on January 2. With that, we are going to see a stretch of episodes begin that mark the final stretch for the series.

With the news out there now that the show has been canceled, each and every episode moving forward is that much more important. For this episode, we are going to see a story titled “I Am Doll Parts,” which is a reference to a song by Hole. The story itself will of course have a lot of different twists and with that, feature a number of characters in interesting ways.

To get a few more details, be sure to check out the full Good Trouble season 5 episode 11 synopsis with more on what’s ahead:

Mariana’s stress hits a breaking point. Malika welcomes Isaac to the Coterie. Dennis reels after Ranjit’s betrayal, leading Davia and Alice to put their heads together.

As we get near the end of the series, we will start to see more pressure for a lot of the storylines to further come together. The biggest thing that we can say right now is that we’re going to have a chance to see some nostalgia, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. This is a story that traces all the way back to The Fosters and with that, encompasses an entire decade of TV. There are not a lot of other shows out there that can say that, especially ones that are geared towards a younger audience. We hope that you’re ready for the final chapter, and we just hope that everyone is happy with the ending.

Related Be sure to get some more news on Good Trouble, including what some cast members had to say about the end

What do you most want to see moving into Good Trouble season 5 episode 11 on Freeform?

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This article was written by Jessica BunBun.

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