Will former Fosters stars like Noah Centineo, Teri Polo and Sherri Saum stop by?
There’s nothing like a little family time around the holidays — and that’s exactly what’s going to be happening on Freeform this winter.
The network’s hit series Good Trouble is getting a two-hour Christmas special, PEOPLE exclusively reveals.
The Fosters spin-off launched in January with adoptive sisters Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) moving to Los Angeles for their first jobs post-college. They soon move into a communal living space called The Coterie, and their housemates quickly become a new family.
With its first year under its belt and the second season well underway, Good Trouble is clearly ready to celebrate.
“We haven’t done a holiday episode yet and the idea of Christmas at the Coterie not only rolls off the tongue — but what’s a communal Christmas look like?” executive producer and co-creator Joanna Johnson tells PEOPLE. “With everyone celebrating the holidays with their own traditions? Do they collide or commingle?”
That’s a key question about how the special may play out — but probably not the first one that comes to mind when fans hear the news of a holiday gathering. Don’t worry, we asked if any of the rest of the Adams-Foster clan from The Fosters — which includes Noah Centineo, Sherri Saum, and Teri Polo — would be popping by with stocking stuffers.
Johnson played coy, teasing, “Can you imagine Callie and Mariana spending the holidays alone? I can’t.”
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“I can’t promise a yuletide tango, but the holiday spirit can move people in many ways,” Johnson says. “I wouldn’t rule it out.”
The season finale of Good Trouble airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on Freeform. The two-hour holiday special will air this winter.