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Good Trouble
Freeform

Title

Good Trouble

Year released

2019

Genres

Drama, romance, young adult

Classification

M

Synopsis

Follow Callie and Mariana as they embark on the next phase of their young adult lives in Los Angeles.

Seasons

  • Season 1
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4

Cast and crew

  • Maia Mitchell
  • Cierra Ramirez
  • Zuri Adele
  • Sherry Cola
  • Emma Hunton
  • Tommy Martinez
A spin-off of The Fosters, Good Trouble follows 2 sisters who move to Los Angeles after finishing college and navigate the ups and downs of their 20s.

Callie becomes a law clerk while Mariana works as a software engineer. Together, they make friends, meet new people and embark on all sorts of adventures.

Good Trouble is a well-written and sweet show, perfectly capturing the messy nature of young adulthood. Whether or not you've watched The Fosters, it's well worth the trouble of giving it a stream.

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