DEADLINE: Is the ending of The Fosters what you envisioned when you initially started?
BREDEWEG: I wouldn’t say that. I think we knew we would have to go back to the Brallie well and really and truly wrap up that storyline for good, but I think as any good character driven series progresses, there are always surprises and new ideas that constantly open up over the seasons. I think we were constantly surprised at the twists and turns the series took – and so the final episodes organically came out of our writers room process. It slowly revealed itself over the final season.
DEADLINE: The Fosters may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean its totally over. Good Trouble continues their story, but will it be the same tone of The Fosters or can we expect a different kind of show?
BREDEWEG: I think Good Trouble will have familiar elements, but we are telling a more grown up story in a more grown up and broken world. The show is all about twentysomethings who band together in order to take on an increasingly difficult and challenging world – and so the show will definitely be a little more raw and a lot more cinematic in its style in order to highlight and explore the sever highs and heart-breaking lows of young adulthood.
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Are you satisfied by The Fosters series finale? Would you have liked a sixth season or more? Are you looking forward to the spinoff series, Good Trouble?