Freeform has a treat for fans of The Fosters during the holiday period.
Good Trouble will reunite the cast of The Fosters when the Adams-Foster clan comes to the Coterie to spend Christmas with Callie and Mariana.
In hour one, titled "Nochebuena," The Fosters visit the Coterie for Christmas, and Callie struggles to tell her moms about quitting her clerkship, while Mariana agrees to volunteer for a holiday festival for the underprivileged.
Alice is hiding a secret from the Coterie, and Davia strolls down memory lane with Dennis, opening old wounds.
In hour two, "A Very Coterie Christmas," the Fosters and the Hunters help out with the impromptu volunteer Christmas event.
Stef agrees to be a part of Mariana's plan to avoid a major catastrophe, all while Gael and Jazmine deal with a painful family decision. Jamie is eager to ask Callie a very important question.
Good Trouble‘s Callie and Mariana will be joined by moms Stef and Lena (Teri Polo and Sherri Saum), Jesus, Jude and Brandon (Noah Centineo, Hayden Byerly and David Lambert), as well as Brandon’s wife Eliza, her parents Jim (Robert Gant) and Diane (Susan Walters), and her brothers Jamie (Beau Mirchoff) and Carter (Spencer List).
It's great that Freeform is throwing it all the way back to the show that started the franchise, and fans will no doubt be happy about getting to spend the holidays with them.
The Christmas extravaganza will air Monday, Dec. 16, at 9/8c.
Various cast members of The Fosters have stopped by Good Trouble throughout its two-season run, but this will be the first time everyone will be together on-screen.
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