Happy ‘Fosters’ Tuesday! HollywoodLife.com chatted EXCLUSIVELY with the show’s own Danny Nucci about directing the July 18 episode, what’s coming up for Mike, and more!
The season 5 premiere of ‘The Fosters’ was intense. HollywoodLife.com talked EXCLUSIVELY with Maia Mitchell about what’s next for Callie, her relationship with Aaron, and more!
Callie, you in trouble, girl! ‘The Fosters’ season 4B premieres Jan. 31, and HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVE photos from the Feb. 7 episode that you need to see. Callie gets booked in juvenile hall! How will she get out of this one?
Jake T. Austin is finally spilling details about why he decided to leave ‘The Fosters’ and Jesus behind. When a ‘Fosters’ fan asked him why he left the hit show in season two, Jake set the record straight. Check out his tweets now!
Grab your tissues now. Actually, grab the whole box. Photos from the season 4B premiere of ‘The Fosters’ have been revealed, and they’re absolutely devastating. Check out the photos of Jesus, Lena, Stef, and more!
‘The Fosters’ season 4B is going to be a roller coaster of emotions. Executive producer Joanna Johnson reveals in a new interview that Callie’s journey to justice for Kyle leads to ‘severe consequences.’ Plus, Jesus’ traumatic injury is going to lead to even more struggles for him. Get the scoop on 4B now!
The winter premiere of ‘The Fosters’ is just a few short weeks away, and the new promo that’s out is INTENSE. The lives of Callie and Jesus are put in jeopardy in the upcoming episodes. Will they make it out alive?! Click to WATCH!
Major ‘Fosters’ spoilers ahead! HollywoodLife.com talked EXCLUSIVELY with Maia Mitchell about what’s next for Callie on, and she revealed that Callie’s ‘hero complex’ goes into overdrive when she finds out one of her former foster brothers is in prison! Plus, does she see a future for Brallie?
Brandon throws a house party that ignites some serious drama, on the July 18 episode of ‘The Fosters,’ and HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE first photos. See what’s next for Callie, Brandon, Mariana and more!
For those of you shipping Brallie, the dramatic 3B premiere of ‘The Fosters’ confirmed one thing — they’re not abut to walk off into the sunset. But could they some day? Allow us to break it down.
First, there’s AJ (Tom Williamson), who we know holds a special place in his heart for Callie (Maia Mitchell) and they may or may not be heading on a date soon; then there’s the fact that Brandon (David Lambert) and Callie are now brother and sister. However, following the return of The Fosters on the new Freeform network, we found out that things may be getting a little more complicated between them very fast.
Introducing, the new Jesus! On the summer finale of ‘The Fosters,’ Jesus returned back to the show and for the first time, we met Noah Cent.
Welcome to The Fosters family, Noah Cent! We told you that Jake T. Austin had decided to leave the show and that the ABC Family hit show would be recasting the role of Jesus, who was heading away to boarding school. For the past few weeks, he’s been present in the show through phone calls, but on August 18, we finally met him!
After that steamy hookup between Callie and Brandon, could the adoption end up going through on ‘The Fosters’ summer finale? We talked to Maia Mitchell before the explosive Aug. 17 episode to find out what is coming up for Brallie.
Heading into the summer finale, Callie is “feeling kind of at peace,” Maia Mitchell told HollywoodLife.com exclusively following the intense sex scene her character went through with Brandon (David Lambert) on The Fosters. We know that this week, Callie will go up against the court room, but she’ll also have to deal with the repercussions of hooking up with Brandon — even though, they are in love.
Wait, what?! How can Jesus live on without Jake T. Austin? Well, it’s simple — he will be recast, HollywoodLife.com can confirm.
In the season two finale of The Fosters, we saw a major car crash with one fatality — and we had our theories about who it was. Now that we’ve see it, we need more answers: and luckily, HollywoodLife.com spoke with the cast at ATX Festival this weekend to get them. Warning: Major spoilers from the season three premiere of The Fosters ahead.
Oh no! After the nail biting season two finale of ‘The Fosters,’ audiences were left wondering whether one character would make it out alive. Sadly, it’s looking like that might be a big fat nope!
This is heartbreaking! On the Mar. 23 season finale of The Fosters, Jesus (Jake T. Austin), his twin sister Mariana (Cierra Ramirez), and their pregnant birth mother Ana (Alexandra Barretto) were in a terrifying car accident. While viewers were left hanging as to just how bad the crash was, it seems that there was at least one fatality, as Jake has confirmed he is leaving the series.
After the bombshell at the end of last week’s episode of ‘The Fosters,’ we were left wondering what was next for Robert Quinn’s relationship with Callie. Luckily, Kerr Smith gave us the scoop — and teased his idea for a perfect spinoff.
There’s about to be even more “friction” between the Fosters and the Quinns — specifically Robert, Kerr Smith told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. After Callie (Maia Mitchell) announced that she’d be making the move into his home, it’s basically “Robert v. the moms,” but he does have one person on his side!