Good Trouble Season 3: confirmed or canceled after ‘Holiday Episode’

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Last we know of Good Trouble is that it reunited the Fosters cast in the ‘Holiday Episode’. The cast includes the likes of heartthrob of internet, Noah Centineo.

Good Trouble ended its second installment, a couple of weeks ago. Fans were rejoicing at the finale episode and at the same time, waiting for its renewal. Yep, you heard it right, the fate of Good Trouble remains unknown as of now. still waiting for the show’s renewal. But there’s something else, what we know is that The Good Trouble will return this winter. There won’t be a new season, there will be a special episode.

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Good Trouble Season 3: remains to be confirmed as of yet.

This is the Christmas special episode that will come out obviously on Christmas. This reunion will take place between Callie and Mariana, as one of them left the Coterie. Besides the reunion of the sisters, during the season of the holiday, it is being said that the original cast of The Fosters will also come to the Coterie. All of them will celebrate Christmas together.

As you may know, almost everyone from the show has visited or made a special appearance in Good Trouble, there hasn’t been a single moment where everyone was spotted together on the show since the last of The Fosters. We’ll get to see the likes of Sherri Saum, Hayden Byerly, Teri Polo, and David Lambert.

With Noah Centineo reprising his role, nothing could be more exciting than this. Noah was first seen in The Fosters, he then moves onto Disney’s film such as How to Build a Better Boy and later to Netflix’s Originals such as, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, The Perfect Date, and Sierra Burgess Is A Loser.

As for For Season 3, no word has been provided by the makers. Let’s hope for the best.

By Jason H. Hale

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