Good Trouble is officially only a few weeks ago. Even though Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) seem beyond excited to move to LA at first, their official foray into adulthood becomes a lot more complicated than they expected right off the bat.
TV Guide has an exclusive first look at the series with both Mitchell and Ramirez as well as the executive producers talking about how the show is growing up from The Fosters and how they'll be able to explore different issues on a whole level now that the girls are no longer in high school.
The issues that will be tackled in the first season of Good Trouble include sexuality, Black Lives Matter and misogyny in the workplace. Mariana will struggle at her tech job when she truly feels like the minority for the first time and has to find a way to circumvent the white male privilege that is determined to drive her out. Meanwhile, Callie is trying to navigate the mental and emotional minefield of trying to have a progressive voice with a conservative justice.
If their professional lives weren't insane enough, the sisters have moved into a communal apartment which comes with its own set of obstacles to navigate. One thing is for sure, though. These girls are grown up and that means they are getting into grittier, sexier and deeper trouble — but it's still all good.
Good Trouble premieres Tuesday, Jan. 8 on Freeform.