Callie and Mariana’s life in Los Angeles has just begun. Between trying to figure out how to be an adult, these girls have many dishes between them, uncovering their professional and personal side. At least they get help with their friends and their new family who live with them in the cabin.

So what’s next for the two Adams-Foster sisters and will the show return for a second season?

Find out everything you need to know about Good Trouble season 3 here …

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Season 3 premiere date?

While Good Trouble was originally slated to return in the summer of 2020, Mia Mitchell and Sierra Ramírez revealed that the show was actually on hold for a period of time when production was halted due to COVID-19. Check out her video below:

Is there a special holiday trailer yet?

Freeform is feeling the Christmas spirit with the fact that they have already released three new spikes for the holidays. While the first two have been away for a while, the last one brings the entire Adams-Foster family together for the holidays, introducing Noah Santino as Jesus. As everyone begins to return for a special dinner, Jesus faces time from another place. Check out the new trailer below:

Is there good Trouble for season 3?

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Season 2 is still underway and the show only had its own summer finale, meaning that many new episodes will be released to reveal what will happen next for Callie and Mariana. The show hasn’t been renewed for season 3 yet, but we certainly won’t count it yet.

We are definitely seeing more of Callie and Mariana as they continue to navigate their new lives in the big city. There is a good chance that Gayle, Malaika, Alice, Davia and Dennis will also return. Also, it wouldn’t be a good nuisance without some special guest appearances from our favourite family, so expect some familiar faces to come by.

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