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‘Good Trouble’ Season 1 episode 1 spoilers: Callie, Mariana conquer Los Angeles in ‘DTLA’

Good Trouble

“Good Trouble” Season 1 will premiere on Freeform on January 8, 2019. Viewers will see sisters Callie Adams Foster (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana Adams Foster (Cierra Ramirez) in Los Angeles in the first episode of “The Fosters” spin-off.

Titled “DTLA,” “Good Trouble” Season 1 was written by Joanna Johnson, Peter Paige and Bradley Bredeweg and directed by Jon M. Chu. It pick ups where “The Fosters” Season 5 ended.

In “The Fosters” Season 5 finale, Callie was inspired to take the clerkship with the conservative judge in Los Angeles. Mariana also has a job offer in the most populous city in California.

Residing in a new city in “Good Trouble” Season 1, Callie and Mariana will navigate the beginning of their careers and the complicated relationships. The sisters are now living in with a group of friends in a community-style living space.

While Callie clerks for a conservative judge, Mariana works as a software engineer in a tech space dominated by male employees. The new people in their lives include Judge Wilson (Roger Bart), Malika (Zuri Adele), Alice Kwan (Sherry Cola) and Gael Martinez (Tommy Martinez).

Alice is the manager of the Palace apartment building while Gael is a graphic designer. “The Last Ship” alum Drew Fonteiro will play one of Gael’s co-workers.

Mariana will be introduced to her new co-workers in “DTLA.” Apparently, the workmates do not have much respect for Ramirez’s character, a challenge she has to face.

The other characters to be introduced in “DTLA” are Alex Wood (Dustin Ingram), Raj Patil (Dhruv Uday Singh), Angela Miller (Heather Mazur), Evan Speck (TJ Linnard), Dennis (Josh Pence), Davia (Emma Hunton), Rebecca (Molly McCook), Benjamin (Ken Kirby), Barbara (Barbara Eve Harris),  Casey (Chloe Wepper), Bryan (Michael Galante), Kelly (Anastasia Leddick) and Sam (Max Cutler). Paige Smith and Peter Daut will also appear in the episode as a cashier and a reporter, respectively.

Watch the teaser of “DTLA” from Freeform here:

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