NBC made the announcement following the 90-minute Season 3 finale of the drama series, which follows the residents of Downtown Los Angeles’ The Coterie as they juggle their careers, love lives, and friendships, and learn that standing up for what you believe in requires making a little noise and getting yourself into some trouble. Callie (Maia Mitchell) comes to terms with her job choices in the series’ last episode.
It has been described as “the most watched season ever” by Freeform, and it is now ranked as one of the top 10 primetime cable shows among women 18-34 this year, according to Freeform.
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Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Sherry Cola, Tommy Martinez, Zuri Adele, Emma Hunton, Josh Pence, and Beau Mirchoff are among the cast members of the series. Joanna Johnson, Peter Paige, and Bradley Bredeweg collaborated on the creation of “Good Trouble.” Gregory Gugliotta and Christine Sacani serve as executive producers on the film along with Mitch Mitchell and Ramirez. Jennifer Lopez, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, and Benny Medina also contribute to the production.
As a spinoff of the popular Freeform series “The Fosters,” “Good Trouble” premiered in 2019 as a drama series. Season 3 of the show was the most extensive season to date, consisting of a total of 19 episodes that aired. Compared to Season 1, Season 2 had 18 episodes, while Season 1 only had 13.
The show is one of only a handful of scripted originals that are currently showing on the Freeform network. “Motherland: Fort Salem,” “Cruel Summer,” and the comedy “Grown-ish” are also broadcast on the Disney-owned basic cable network in addition to “Good Trouble.” “Motherland: Fort Salem” and “Cruel Summer” are also broadcast on the Disney-owned basic cable network. “Motherland: Fort Salem” was renewed for a third and final season back in August, and “Cruel Summer” was renewed for a second season in June, both of which were previously renewed.