Good Trouble: Season 1 (2019)

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Good Trouble

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Good Trouble is a spinoff that leaves the nest and takes graceful flight, bringing a deft comedic touch to the trials and tribulations facing Generation Z.

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Critic Ratings: 13

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Air date: Jan 8, 2019

After graduating from college and moving to a community-style living space in Los Angeles, sisters Callie and Mariana navigate the beginning of their careers and the complicated relationships that come with residing in a new city.

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Air date: Jan 15, 2019

The residents of the Coterie throw an epic party; Callie puts aside work for one evening to finally let loose, while Mariana tries to make friends with her new co-workers; Alice gets some upsetting news about her ex-girlfriend, Sumi.

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Air date: Jan 22, 2019

El triángulo amoroso entre Callie, Gael y Bryan se intensifica, sobre todo, cuando Callie se pone en contacto con alguien inesperado para pedirle asesoramiento legal. El intento de Mariana de adelantar trabajo tiene consecuncias sorprendentes y la hermana transexual de Gael le pide ayuda.

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Air date: Jan 29, 2019

Judge Wilson invites Callie and the other clerks over for a seemingly friendly barbecue that takes an unexpected turn; Mariana deals with a lack of diversity in her workplace; Alice struggles with the responsibilities of managing the Coterie.

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Air date: Feb 5, 2019

Stef and Lena visit Callie and Mariana in their new digs for the first time; even with all the Coterie residents on their best behavior, things get out of hand; Dennis reveals something surprising about his past.

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Air date: Feb 12, 2019

Callie plans to disclose her connection to Malika to Judge Wilson before Ben has the opportunity to undermine her; Alex boxes Mariana out of working on a big new project; Gael goes to Callie for legal help for his sister, Jazmin.

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Air date: Feb 19, 2019

Mariana, Davia, Malika and Alice set up dates for each other using a dating app, to varying degrees of success; Callie makes a decision regarding her relationship with Gael.

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Air date: Feb 26, 2019

Mariana forms a women-in-tech "fight club" with other women in her office to deal with sexism in their workplace; Callie and Rebecca don't see eye to eye on how to address a potential workplace harassment situation for a colleague.

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Air date: Mar 5, 2019

While Gael preps for his upcoming art show, Callie is on edge about how much Rebecca knows of her living situation; Callie urges Rebecca and Judge Wilson to take action to protect a young female clerk working for a judge with a history of harassment.

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Air date: Mar 12, 2019

Es el cumpleaños de Davia y el grupo sale de fiesta. Los celos empiezan a surgir con el rectángulo formado por Callie, Jamie, Gael y Bryan, mientras Dennis causa fricción entre dos amigos. Mientras, Alice sufre con los constantes flirteos de Sumi y Mariana y Raj estrechan lazos.

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Cast & Crew

Maia Mitchell
Callie

Actor
Cierra Ramirez
Mariana

Actor
Tommy Martinez
Gael

Actor
Zuri Adele
Malika

Actor
Sherry Cola
Alice

Actor
Roger Bart
Judge Wilson

Actor
Emma Hunton
Davia

Actor
Ken Kirby
Benjamin

Actor
Chris Sheffield
Jeff

Guest Star
Teri Polo
Stef

Guest Star
Sherri Saum
Lena

Guest Star
Joanna Johnson
Executive Producer
Peter Paige
Executive Producer
Bradley Bredeweg
Executive Producer
Greg Gugliotta
Executive Producer
Christine Sacani
Executive Producer
Maia Mitchell
Executive Producer
Cierra Ramirez
Executive Producer
Jennifer Lopez
Executive Producer
Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas
Executive Producer
Benny Medina
Executive Producer
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Audience Reviews for Good Trouble: Season 1

  • Mar 26, 2021
    I have no complaints! I love the character developments and the real issues they touch on.
  • Feb 15, 2021
    This show was good at first for season one but season two and three is all about politics and hating people that's white And making fun of Republicans and Trump I can't wait until every one of them regret doing this I will never watch the show ever in my life the fosters was good at first but I will never watch the show for sure they can stick it so bye bye-bye I hope you get canceled you are not fair to everybody you're just doing this for people that is liberals
  • Jul 23, 2020
    It's a fun portrayal of millennial/Gen-Z big-city life, but a lack of likable characters and a heavy-handed focus on Maia Mitchell's character over her costar's leaves Good Trouble short of what it aspires.
  • Apr 22, 2020
    This show is absolute garbage.
  • Mar 07, 2020
    Not about making a great entertaining show. It's about pushing progressive drivel. My wife watches so that's the only reason I know about it.
  • Feb 15, 2020
    I am in love, there are some issues that are like ok, overall I highly recommend it if you have seen the fosters which I loved as well, I binged watched it like 8 times, you never know what's going to happen and it keeps me on my toes
  • Aug 28, 2019
    I like the characters and the sets look great. But it's kind of weird that ABC/Disney, one of the biggest corporations in the US, is pushing this man-hating, racially divisive agenda onto young people like its something they should aspire to. Do they really want "social justice" , or do they just want to divide and conquer like corporations have always done? Also the ep where the white guy spits on the black democrat mom is quite a bit of projection. I'm from one of the bluest cities in america, and here the only people who go around spitting on, beating up, and throwing piss on people are antifa liberals.
  • Aug 13, 2019
    Just incredibly disappointed to see another TV show not about good TV but about pushing a political agenda onto the viewers. As well as insinuating everyone who isn't a liberal is a "bigot" (a word often used in the show)
  • Aug 09, 2019
    Good trouble really needs to revolve more around Callie and Mariana. Show is about way toooooo many people, everyone gets about 5 minutes per episode, Show is more like a daytime soap then a night time drama.
  • May 16, 2019
    Good Trouble is a spin off of Freeform's successful show, The Fosters, which follows the lives of Lena and Stef, a lesbian couple, and their children (a few of which are adopted). Good Trouble follows Callie and Mariana Foster (the two girls of the family's children) as they embark as new adults in present day Los Angeles. The series offers a diverse cast and tackles many serious issues that are taking place today. The show's perspective is mainly modern and politically sways mostly to the left. It is fair and graceful in it's presentation and offers plenty of comedic relief while dealing with serious topics. Overall, the show is well done, intriguing and will likely leave it's target audience feeling inspired.

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