After filming was pushed due to COVID-19, Freeform's spinoff of The Fosters, Good Trouble, finally announces a February 2021 premiere date.
Good Trouble season 3 release date has been revealed. A spinoff of The Fosters, the Freeform series follows adopted sisters Callie Adams Foster (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana Adams Foster (Cierra Ramirez) as they move to Los Angeles to pursue their careers. The show was initially supposed to return over the summer, but like many productions, was postponed due to COVID-19.
On Monday, the series announced on its Twitter page that the show would return on Wednesday, February 17. Accompanying the announcement was a brief teaser for the upcoming episodes. In the clip, Callie promised not to judge her sister before flashing to a scene of Mariana waking up from a potentially regretful encounter with a faceless man.
Executive producer Joanna Johnson assured fans that the new season would pick up right where season 2 left off -- including "the morning after" Mariana’s hook up with her boss Evan (TJ Linnard), in an interview with TVLine. Presumably, that explains Mariana’s moment of panic in the announcement teaser. Johnson also promised answers to the status of Callie’s relationship with on-again, off-again boyfriend Jamie (Beau Mirchoff), which was left ambiguous in the season finale. Later episodes will also address real-world events such as the pandemic and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Good Trouble follows Callie and Mariana as young working people in LA, befriending their neighbors in the communal living space called The Coterie and navigating romantic dilemmas and relevant social issues alike. The series also stars Zuri Adele, Tommy Martinez, Sherry Cola, Emma Hunton, and Josh Pence. Good Trouble Season 3 premieres on February 17 on Freeform.