Good Trouble S2 E11: Everything We Know

Good Trouble is the spin-off to the popular American television series, The Fosters, which was a much-appreciated television series revolving around the multi-ethnic family of a police officer. The show ran for five seasons and ended with a three-part finale while giving birth to Good Trouble. Good Trouble, which was previously named as ABC Family, premiered a 13 episode first season on January 8, 2019, on the television Channel, Freeform. The first episode of the series released on December 31, 2018 on the online platform.

After a successful first season, the show was renewed for a second season. Here’s everything we know about Good Trouble season 2.

When is Good Trouble Season 3 Episode 11 Release Date?

Good Trouble season 2 premiered on June 18, 2019. After airing for 8 episodes, the show went on a mid-season break on August 6, 2019. Then two episodes were released as specials on December 16, 2019. The show went on a break again after that. But worry not! The good news is that fans won’t have to wait for long for the show to come back on the tv screens. Good Trouble season 2 episode 11 will release on January 15, 2020. You can watch the episodes on Freeform.

You can watch the season 2 return trailer below.

Good Trouble Cast: Who’s in it?

The cast of the show can be divided into three categories, the main cast, the recurring characters, and the notable guests. The main cast of the show is as follows: Maia Mitchell plays Callie Adams Foster, who takes up the job of a law clerk for Judge Wilson (Roger Bart) after graduating from law school; Cierra Ramirez plays Mariana Adams Foster, who completed her engineering from MIT; Zuri Adele plays Malika, an activist residing with Callie and Mariana; Sherry Cola plays Alice Kwan, the manager of the building where our three main characters live; and Tommy Martinez appears as Gael Martinez, a graphic designer.

The recurring characters of the show are: Emma Hunton playing Davia, Ken Kirby appearing as Benjamin, Molly McCook who plays Rebecca, Josh Pence as Dennis, Beau Mirchoff as Jamie Hunter, Hailie Sahar representing Jazmin Martinez, Dhruv Uday Singh playing Raj Patil, Dustin Ingram as Alex Wood, Max Cutler playing Sam Higgins, Michael Galante as Bryan, Anastasia Leddick as Kelly, Heather Mazur playing Angela Miller, Kara Wang as Sumi.

The notable guests who have appeared so far are as follows: Noah Centineo (from The Perfect Date, To All the Boys I have Loved Before) as Jesus Adams Foster, Teri Polo playing Stef Adams Foster, Sherri Saum playing Lena Adams Foster, Hayden Byerly playing Jude Adams Foster, and David Lambert as Brandon Foster.

Good Trouble Plot: What is it about?

The show takes viewers five years ahead of where Fosters left and focuses on Callie and Mariana’s life where Mariana is seen working at a tech startup, and Callie has a job under the supervision of the conservative Judge Wilson. Both ladies are young, confident and just about ready to take on the world.

With Mariana vying to cement her position in the male-dominated world and Callie fighting tooth and nail to succeed in her law career, they gradually come to terms with the fact that nothing is as it’s cracked up to be. Their lives are set against a backdrop of whirlwind romances, obstacles anew and neighbours to deals with on a regular basis with no one to count on but each other.

The show is completely different from the sweet and earnest stories of the Fosters; this one is wilder, edgier and a lot sexier. The characters are not afraid of being messy and making mistakes; neither are their mistakes wiped clean or fixed perfectly because that would be unrealistic when compared to the lives of millennial women. Their mistakes are given due importance to establish that they teach them essential lessons and add to their wisdom.

There is still an essence of the original show that is evident from time to time and gives you sappy, teary-eyed moments. It is everything a spin-off of your favourite lovable show should be. It has the best qualities of the original show and further adds bolder plotlines to impart it a rhythm of its own.

Executive producer Joanna Johnson said in an interview with Variety, “When you leave home, you go out in the world and you create your chosen family of friends and people who you work with, and that’s what this show is about. It’s still a family show, but it’s the family you choose to surround you and support you.” She also spoke about her love for The Fosters by saying, “I was sort of resisting it becoming an ensemble show, I think because I felt so attached to ‘The Fosters’ and that ensemble, and I thought, ‘How am I ever going to love another ensemble the way that I love “The Fosters”‘?” she says. “But it’s been really fun to have fresh character points of view to have them play off of.”

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