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Noah Centineo Will Definitely Be Appearing on Good Trouble

Jesus is coming to LA, baby!

Megan Vick

Jesus Adams Foster is officially heading to LA -- at least for a visit.

Noah Centineo confirmed via Instagram story on Tuesday that Jesus will be in at least one episode of Good Trouble's first season. Centineo announced the news with a video of him hanging on set with Cierra Ramirez, who plays his twin sister Mariana.

The last we heard from Jesus, he was starting a tree house building business with Wyatt (Alex Saxon) in San Diego after graduating from community college in The Fosters series finale. He and Emma (Amanda Leighton) had broken up so she could take a tech job in India and they could spend some time growing up and finding themselves before deciding if they want to be together.

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Jesus is the fourth The Fosters cast member to announce he'll be on the spin-off after Stef (Teri Polo), Lena (Sherri Saum) and Jude (Hayden Byerly). Executive producer Joanna Johnson teased to TV Guide back in July that we may see a little more of Jesus than a drop-in though.

"We absolutely have plans for an arc with Jesus," she said. "We may see other people from their past come through as well."

Wishful thinking, but I hope it's Aaron (Elliot Fletcher).

In the real world, Centineo has been a little less low key than is Fosters alter-ego. Good Trouble comes after the actor officially reached internet heartthrob status in To All the Boys I've Loved Before on Netflix. He'll continue melting hearts in another Netflix original movie Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, which premieres next month on the streaming service.

Good Trouble premieres in January 2019.