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Good Trouble: Season Three Renewal Announced by Freeform

The tale of Callie and Mariana will continue. Freeform has renewed the Good Trouble TV show for a third season. The second season of The Fosters spin-off currently airs on Wednesday nights.

A family drama, Good Trouble stars Maia Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Tommy Martinez, Sherry Cola, Zuri Adele, Emma Hunton, and Josh Pence. The story centers on Callie (Mitchell) and Mariana (Ramirez) from the original series as the sisters spread their wings and establish themselves as young adults in Los Angeles, living in Downtown’s fashionable residence, The Coterie. In the second season, as they fight for equality and learn how to stand up for their values, they must also deal with all the challenges of young adulthood, including breakups. Read More…
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Good Trouble on Freeform: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

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What does life have in store for Callie and Mariana? Has the Good Trouble TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Freeform? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Good Trouble, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

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A Freeform family drama, Good Trouble stars Maia Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Tommy Martinez, Sherry Cola, Zuri Adele, Emma Hunton, and Josh Pence. The story centers on Callie (Mitchell) and Mariana (Ramirez) from The Fosters series as the sisters spread their wings and establish themselves as young adults in Los Angeles, living in Downtown’s fashionable residence, The Coterie. In the second season as they fight
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Freeform TV Show Ratings (updated 1/17/20)

ABC Family Freeform has had a couple very successful scripted shows -- and a lot more of the less-successful kind. Which are your favorites? Which of the current TV series will be cancelled or renewed for another season? Stay tuned!

Scripted Freeform shows listed: Alone Together, Baby Daddy, Beyond, The Bold Type, Chasing Life, Dead of Summer, Everything's Gonna Be Okay, Famous In Love, The Fosters, Good Trouble, Grown-ish, Guilt, Kevin from Work, Marvel's Cloak & Dagger, Melissa & Joey, Mystery Girls, Party of Five, Pretty Little Liars, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, Ravenswood, Recovery Road, Shadowhunters, Siren, Stitchers, Switched at Birth, Twisted, and Young & Hungry.

Updated with the latest ratings for Grown-ish and Everything's Gonna Be Okay.

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2020 TV Scorecard: Shows That Have Already Been Renewed or Canceled

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With each year comes a plethora of series renewals and cancellations. Going into this year, TV fans have received good news as some shows, including Netflix's beloved Raising Dion and BBC America's Killing Eve, have already been picked up for additional seasons. Anxious to see if your go-to show will live to see another season? Keep reading to find out what's been renewed thus far in 2020!

Related: Just a Casual Roundup of 50 New Original TV Shows Coming to Netflix in 2020 What Shows Have Been Renewed in 2020? Freeform Grown-ish: The Black-ish spinoff has been renewed for a fourth season. Good Trouble: The Fosters spinoff will be back for a third season. AMC Better Call Saul: The Breaking Bad prequel will come back for a sixth and final season. BBC America Killing Eve: The drama - starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer - was picked up for a fourth installment.
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‘Grown-ish’ & ‘Good Trouble’ Renewed By Freeform – TCA

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Freeform has renewed its hit spinoffs grown-ish (season 4) and Good Trouble (season 3). The pickups were announced Friday during Freeform’s presentation at TCA.

The renewal for black-ish spinoff grown-ish follows last night’s season 3 premiere and comes on the heels of strong ratings for season 2. The series ranked as last year’s No. 1 live-action comedy on cable among Women 18-34 and Females 12-34.

Starring Yara Shahidi, Trevor Jackson, Francia Raisa, Emily Arlook, Jordan Buhat, Chloe Bailey, Halle Bailey, Luka Sabbat and Diggy Simmons, the series is a contemporary take on the issues that students face in the world of higher education.

In season 3, the gang returns as confident, eager and seasoned upper-classmen, with Zoey and her girls (… and Vivek) moving into an off-campus home, ready to take on the school year. They quickly realize that they have been mistaken about the disillusionment of adulthood, with real-life problems coming for them,
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The Thing About Harry: Will Former Foes Become More Than Friends in Freeform Gay Rom-Com? Watch Video

The new year is barely underway, but Freeform — like chain drugstores everywhere — is eagerly anticipating Valentine’s Day. In that spirit, on Friday the cable network released a clip from its gay-themed V-Day original film The Thing About Harry.

The movie follows high school enemies Sam (Jake Borelli, Grey’s Anatomy) and Harry (newcomer Niko Terho), who are forced to share a car ride to their Missouri hometown for a friend’s Valentine’s Day engagement party. The twist? Harry has come out in the years since high school; Sam, as we learn in the video, did so much earlier.

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Freeform Launching Valentine’s Day Programming Block, Anchored By ‘The Thing About Harry’

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Freeform said Friday that it is adding to its 25 Days of Christmas and 31 Nights of Halloween programming events with a Valentine’s Day-themed block, to be highlighted by its original film The Thing About Harry which premieres February 15 at 8 Pm.

The programming block, “Love However the Ff You Want,” will span eight nights and include a Valentine’s-themed episode of Good Trouble, which today was picked up for a third season, along with the network’s premieres of Deadpool, Pitch Perfect 2 and The Other Woman.

The Thing About Harry, directed, co-written and executive produced by Queer as Folk alum Peter Paige, is a romantic road-trip comedy that centers on a pair of high school enemies, uber-jock Harry (Niko Terho) and out-and-proud Sam (Jake Borelli), forced to share a car ride for a friend’s engagement party on Valentine’s Day. Things take a turn when Sam learns Harry has come out.
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'Grown-ish,' 'Good Trouble' Renewed as Freeform Adds Jessica Biel Thriller 'Last Summer'

Freeform, like so many other networks and streamers, came armed with a slew of news during its time before reporters Friday at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour.

The Tom Ascheim-led Disney-owned cable network handed out renewals for its signature series, Black-ish spinoff Grown-ish and The Fosters offshoot Good Trouble, while also handed out a series order to Jessica Biel thriller Last Summer.

Additionally, Freeform announced that Josh Thomas' buzzy comedy Everything's Gonna Be Okay will have a special airing of its pilot (which bowed Jan. 16) on Disney's recently acquired FX. That special preview —...
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‘Young Sheldon,’ ‘The Simpsons’ and 22 Other Spinoff Series Now on the Air (Photos)

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Fox’s Rob Lowe-led “9-1-1” spinoff “Lone Star” premieres Sunday, Jan. 19, marking the latest in a long line of currently airing shows that are offshoots of other comedies or dramas. Here TheWrap has rounded up 24 of those spinoffs, including Dick Wolf’s “Chicago” franchise, “Big Bang Theory’s” little brother “Young Sheldon” and “The Simpsons” Click through our gallery to see them all.

Show: “9-1-1: Lone Star” Net: Fox Spinoff of “9-1-1

Show: “FBI: Most Wanted”

Net: CBS

Parent series: “FBI”

CBS wanted more of Dick Wolf’s version of the FBI, with this show focusing on a high-stakes drama focusing on the Fugitive Task Force, which tracks and captures the notorious criminals on the Bureau’s Most Wanted list.

Show: “Young Sheldon” Net: CBS Spinoff of “The Big Bang Theory

Show: “The Conners” Net: ABC Spinoff of “Roseanne

Show: “Chicago P.D.” Net: NBC Spinoff of “Chicago Fire
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‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’ Review: Their Brother’s Keeper

Nicholas is not someone who should be charged with caring for the well-being of children. Possibly not even a small, nigh-indestructible pet. Even the people who like Nicholas can tell within seconds of meeting him that this twentysomething is an inveterate narcissist with little to no awareness of the needs, feelings, or even existence of others. Flirting at a bar with cute guy Alex, Nicholas insists they have a connection. “I’ve barely spoken,” Alex replies. “I think any feelings you think you have for me are actually feelings you have for your own anecdotes.
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Locke & Key: Netflix Adaptation Gets Spooky First Trailer!

Locke & Key's long-gestating TV adaptation will finally see the light of day in February.

Netflix is finally unveiling the TV series, thanks to the official trailer and it certainly looks like it will be worth the wait.

“After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father’s death,” reads the show’s official logline.

“As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens — and will stop at nothing to steal them. … The series is a coming-of-age mystery about love, loss, and the unshakable bonds that define family.”

Locke & Key's expansive cast includes Darby Stanchfield (Scandal) as Nina Locke, Emilia Jones (Doctor Who) as Kinsey Locke Jackson Robert Scott (Fear the Walking Dead) as Bode Locke,
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Locke & Key Trailer: A Twisted Family Mystery Unfolds in New Netflix Series

Locke & Key Trailer: A Twisted Family Mystery Unfolds in New Netflix Series
After years of being kept under Locke & Key, Netflix is finally unveiling its long-gestating adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s best-selling comic book series.

“After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father’s death,” reads the show’s official description. “As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens — and will stop at nothing to steal them. … The series is a coming-of-age mystery about love,
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General Hospital Star Finola Hughes Joins the Directors Guild of America

Congratulations to General Hospital star Finola Hughes (Anna) who is now a proud card-carrying member of the Directors Guild of America! "This happened," the actress-turned-director shared on Instagram along with a snapshot of her membership card. "I cannot tell you how proud I am to be a new member! I have many people to thank for making this happen. Please look out for my TV directorial debut on Good Trouble in February! (Will post the date when I know)." View this post on Instagram This happened @directorsguildofamerica I cannot tell you how proud I am to be a new member! I have many people to thank for making this happen. Please look out for my TV directorial debut on @goodtrouble in February! (Will post date when I know) @freeform @hulu . . #goodtrouble #director #femaledirector #tv #grateful #2020 #2020goals #joannajohnson #bradleybredeweg #peterpage #frankvalentini #susanflannery #nigellythgoe A post shared by finola hughes (@finolafilona) on
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Our Favorite Family-Oriented Shows of the Decade

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We're running down our favorite shows of the decade! In addition to our favorite action/adventure series and favorite procedurals, and relationship-focused programming, supernatural series, limited/anthology series, and teen-oriented shows! Now, let's take a look at showsa about family!

Here is a reminder that we have almost two dozen favorites lists, and since we couldn't showcase every show on every list, we parsed them out a bit to make it more fun.

And these lists are not in any particular order. They're in the order the entries were received by TV Fanatic staff, so don't read into them!

To qualify, a show that began in another decade had to be airing during the decade, run a larger number of seasons from 2010 through 2019 if it started before 2010 or run the entire decade. Here we go!

Parenthood - NBC (2010-2015)

Before This Is Us, there was Parenthood, which featured several branches
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Maia Mitchell

Born on August of 1993 in Lismore, New South Wales, Maia Mitchell is a singer and an actress who has played numerous roles in children’s and teen-related television shows for Australian audiences, such as, her very first role at the age of 12, as Brittany Flune, in Mortified. And the role of Natasha Ham in the teen series, Trapped, on the Seven Network. The year 2013 marked her integration into American television series, for instance, her role as Callie Adams in, The Fosters, from 2013-2018, and the sequel to the series, Good Trouble. You may recognize this beautiful, young and

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Maia Mitchell
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Good Trouble's Cierra Ramirez Is Ready For Mariana to Change the World, One App at a Time

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Living with siblings can be a pain, but Good Trouble's Mariana and Callie Adams-Foster take rubbing each other the wrong way to a whole new level. Although, if you watched the two grow up on the Freeform family show The Fosters, you know it could be much worse. "At the end of the day, these girls really love and need each other, and I don't think they understand that right now," Good Trouble star Cierra Ramirez told Popsugar during a phone call ahead of the spinoff show's return from Summer break. "It'll be interesting to see how that progresses and [how they come to] that realization during the rest of the season."

The last time we see the sisters in the season 2A finale, Callie (Maia Mitchell) tells Mariana (Ramirez) that she's moving out of the Coterie to live with boyfriend Jamie Hunter (Beau Mirchoff). The drastic move could be seen coming
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Good Trouble Review: A Coterie Christmas Extravaganza!

Did you enjoy Christmas at the Coterie?

What Good Trouble Season 2 Episode 9 and Good Trouble Season 2 Episode 10 managed to do were give us some of the best dynamics, provided a mini-Fosters reunion, and color in some of the things we don't get to see when the rest of the storyline has to unfold.

The Christmas special worked as a standalone event.

It didn't further the storyline-- it only touched upon the events of Good Trouble Season 2 Episode 8 via Mariana reading the Dear John letter Callie left her as she departed the Coterie and moved in with Jamie.

It also closed with Callie unpacking at Jamie's gorgeous penthouse while reflecting on her sister's Christmas gift only to be faced with another potential issue.

Standalones are great for character studies. They slow things down and focus on a few individuals to dissect them or peel back more layers.

The event added texture
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TV News Roundup: Netflix Drops ‘You’ Season 2 Trailer

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TV News Roundup: Netflix Drops ‘You’ Season 2 Trailer
In today’s TV news roundup, Netflix releases a trailer for “You” Season 2 and Freeform drops new footage from Season 2 of “Good Trouble.”

First Looks

Netflix released a second season trailer for “You,“ starring Penn Badgley and premiering Dec. 26. Having relocated to Los Angeles, Season 2 finds Badgley’s Joe balancing being on the run from ex-girlfriend Candace (Ambyr Childers) and falling in love with, well, Love (Victoria Pedretti). James Scully (“Heathers”), Carmela Zumbado (“Need For Speed”), Jenna Ortega (“Jane The Virgin”) and Chris D’Elia (“The Good Doctor”) also star.

Netflix released the trailer for Kevin Hart‘s forthcoming docuseries “Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up,“ premiering Dec. 27. In the six-part series, Hart provides a behind-the-scenes look into his life over the past year, including fallout from his Academy Award controversy; marriage; and growing career.

Netflix released first look images for its upcoming comedy series “Medical Police,“ premiering Jan.
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Good Trouble Boss Previews Secrets-Filled The Fosters Christmas Reunion

Good Trouble Boss Previews Secrets-Filled The Fosters Christmas Reunion
‘Tis the season to celebrate the holidays with family, and on Good Trouble, that means you can count on two things: festive cheer and emotional tears.

Monday’s two-hour Christmas special (Freeform, 9/8c) reunites Callie and Mariana’s entire Fosters clan, along with Brandon’s in-laws, so expect plenty of personality clashes and secrets, executive producer Joanna Johnson previews in the following Q&a.

More from TVLineGood Trouble Sneak Peek: The Moms Arrive for The Fosters Holiday ReunionGood Trouble, Bold Type and grown-ish Get Return Dates at FreeformGood Trouble Boss Talks Christmas Special's Surprise Engagement Twist

TVLine | We’ve seen
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‘Seance’: ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Actress Madisen Beaty Joins Suki Waterhouse & Inanna Sarkis In Horror

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‘Seance’: ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Actress Madisen Beaty Joins Suki Waterhouse & Inanna Sarkis In Horror
Exclusive: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actress Madisen Beaty has joined Suki Waterhouse and Inanna Sarkis in the horror pic Seance, which has been shooting in Canada.

The feature from Simon Barrett (V/H/S) is set in an all-girls boarding school haunted by a vengeful spirit. Beaty will play Bethany, a top student at the school who joins the girls in holding a seance. Waterhouse leads as Camille, a young woman who arrives at the school after a student’s sudden death and must play detective to solve the mystery.

Dark Castle, HanWay and Ingenious are producing with Addictive Pictures’ John Schoenfelder, Russell Ackerman (Hold the Dark) and Tomas Deckaj. Adam Wingard (Godzilla vs Kong) and Alex Mace are also producing, and Hal Sadoff is executive producing for Dark Castle.

Based on a screenplay by Barrett, the project marks the third collaboration between the filmmaker and HanWay, who
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