This Fosters character returns for more fun as she navigates adulthood.
Maia Mitchell (Callie)
As indicated in The Fosters‘ series finale, Callie is taking on a new job and will be adjusting to life in LA.
Noah Centineo (Jesus)
Centineo will return to TV as a guest star in this spinoff series, reprising his beloved character Jesus.
Sherry Cola (Alice)
Alice lives in the same apartment complex as Callie and Mariana, and is first-generation Asian American.
Tommy Martinez (Gael)
Gael is a graphic designer who is politically active and socially conscious.
Zuri Adele (Malika)
As a former foster kid, Malika is passionate about social justice.
Josh Pence (Dennis)
Dennis is an aspiring musician who also happens to live at The Coterie. As the oldest tenant in the building, he’s clearly trying to keep up with his younger neighbors.
Emma Hunton (Davia)
Set to recur on the series, Davia is a teacher with a “no holds barred” attitude.
Roger Bart (Judge Wilson)
Bart’s Wilson will be the judge that Maia Mitchell’s Callie will be clerking for.
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Molly McCook (Rebecca)
Like Callie, Molly is a law clerk, but she has a leg up as the granddaughter of a Republican U.S. Senator. As a member of a political dynasty, she’s eager to live up to her family’s legacy — and lofty expectations.
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Ken Kirby (Bejamin)
Callie’s fellow clerk Benjamin is a conservative character.
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Sherri Saum (Lena Adams Foster)
Foster mother in a relationship with Stef
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Teri Polo (Stef Adams Foster)
Foster mother in a relationship with Lena.
Freeform's hit series The Fostersmay have ended, but fans don't have anything to be sad about as the spinoff premiere is finally upon us.
Good Trouble features two of the original show's regulars, Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez, as Callie and Mariana. Of course, it's the rest of the cast that viewers have been wondering about. Luckily, those announcements have been made and there are both new and familiar faces in the diverse bunch.