'Good Trouble' season 2: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything you need to know about the Freeform show

Callie and Mariana return again to navigate through life, career, and romance, with both of them having some big decisions to make on the way


                            'Good Trouble' season 2: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything you need to know about the Freeform show

It is officially time to consider extending your lease at the Coterie for some 'Good Trouble' because 'The Fosters' spinoff of the same name is returning to Freeform for a second season. As our favorite young adults, Callie Adams Foster (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana Adams Foster (Cierra Ramirez), gear up once again to meander through their lives and times in Los Angeles, this time the prospect of new careers await their journey.

But, of course, not everything will be about their professional lives, as the two protagonists will continue to navigate through love, romance, and the not so welcome break-ups, especially with Carrie having a major decision to make in this aspect.

Release date:

After finishing off its first season earlier this year on April 2, the second season of 'Good Trouble' won't exactly make you wait too long. In fact, just two months after the season 1 finale, season 2 will premiere Tuesday, June 18 at 8/7c only on Freeform.

Good Trouble season 2 returns on June 18. Source: Freeform

 

Plot:

There has been no official update about the plot for the upcoming season, but fans will already know it will follow Callie and Mariana's lives at both home and work as they try to figure out just exactly where the two of them fit in. While Callie will most likely continue working as a law clerk, Mariana is expected to continue at Spekculate.

Going by the trailer, a lot of bold and brave decisions are going to be made this season. From emotions to life choices, sexuality, and even bangs - a lot of things are going to plague our protagonists in their early 20s, as their coming-of-age story continues. 

Creator:

Joanna Johnson, Bradley Bredeweg, Peter Paige serve as creators of the show. The trio co-wrote the series among a group of other people.

Cast:

Maia Mitchell

The Australian actress and singer was part of the original cast in 'The Fosters' - from where the spin-off originates. She plays the role of Callie, who recently graduated from the University of California San Diego Law School, and currently works as a law clerk for a conservative judge played by Roger Bart.

Maia Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez attend the premiere of Freeform's "Good Trouble" at Palace Theatre on January 08, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Source: Getty

Cierra Ramirez

This American actress and singer played the other adopted sibling in the Fosters family, Mariana, a software engineer who recently graduated from MIT. 

Sherry Cola

Sherry Cola arrives at the Mercedes-Benz USA's Oscars Viewing Party at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on February 24, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. Source: Getty

Bringing in the diversity as a first generation American-Asian lesbian on the show is Cola's character, Alice Kwan. She is the manager of The Coterie apartment building where Callie and Mariana live with their roommate, Malika, a bartender and political activist, played by Zuri Adele.

Beau Mirchoff

The young American actor rose to fame with his role as Matty McKibben in the MTV teen-dramedy 'Awkward.' On 'Good Trouble,' he plays the role of Jamie Hunter - one of Callie's potential romantic interest, who, fans expect, will be the source of a lot of hot and steamy scenes involving Callie. 

Trailer:

 



 

The first trailer came out a while ago and is a beautiful depiction of how complicated things can get for a young adult seeking their purpose in the big city. We see Callie and Mariana trying to fit into their jobs and surroundings, while romantic prospects continue keeping them on the edge of their seats.

The biggest question our two leads will be facing in the upcoming season is also established in the 60-second-long clip. As Callie struggles to choose between Gael and Jamie, Mariana will have to decide if she wants to continue at Spekculate or not.

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'The Fosters', 'Shameless', 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch', 'Riverdale,' and 'Sex Education'.