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Orange is the New Black, Shameless and More Are Coming to Netflix in July

Make some room for binge-watching on your schedule in July because Netflix has got a killer lineup coming next month! The latest seasons of Hawaii Five-O ( July 1), The Fosters (July 6), Shameless (July 28) and more are hitting Netflix next month for those you planning to use summer as an opportunity   ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/whats-coming-to-netflix-july-2018/?rss=breakingnews

The Fosters Spinoff Good Trouble Adds Riverdale Alum, Five More to Cast

Callie and Mariana are getting some new neighbors: Freeforms upcomingFosters spinoff Good Trouble has added six actors to its cast, TVLine has learned, led by Riverdales Tommy Martinez. (A new love interest for one of the girls, perhaps?) Martinez, who played Ghoulie gang leader Malachi in three episodes of Riverdale last season, will be a [] http://tvline.com/2018/06/11/good-trouble-cast-tommy-martinez-riverdale-the-fosters-spinoff-freeform/

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of June 4, 2018

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed — or at least be able to fake it — with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   Dietland (Series Premiere) Monday at 9 pm on AMC Why: Dietland - an adaptation of a novel by Sari Walker for AMC - is definitely well-timed (as opposed to the poor Heathers over on Paramount, which will not be seeing the light of day...or night). The current #MeToo era seems to be the perfect time for the release of this dark female revenge comedy, about a woman who works at a fashion magazine who becomes involved with a secret organization that kill men accused of sexual assault and other misdeeds towards women. Joy Nash stars as Plum, an overweight woman - currently trying to lose weight for gastric bypass surgery - who works a tireless job as a ghostwriter for teen magazine editor Kitty Montgomery, played by Julianna Margulies, who gets her chance here at playing a thin, deranged magazine editor (see: Michelle Williams in the recent I Feel Pretty or the iconic Meryl Streep in Devil Wears Prada ). The series comes from Marti Noxon - who knows a thing or two about producing series with strong female characters. She is also behind UnReal and Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce , and worked on Buffy the Vampire Slayer earlier in her career. From the initial 2 episodes, it's unclear which path Plum is headed down, but we're excited to see where this show is headed. Prepare to talk about: This is quite a different role for Margulies here, who has to be having fun with it; how this show in some ways reminds us of Dexter ; that amazing beauty "closet".   The Fosters (Series Finale) Wednesday at 8:00 pm on Freeform Why: The excellent, groundbreaking The Fosters has been on a farewell tour with the season finale earlier this year (where most major storylines were already wrapped up) and now this 3 part series finale special event, where the Adams-Foster family will travel to Turks & Caicos for Brandon's (David Lambert) wedding, taking place one year after the events of the series finale that aired in March (which itself had jumped forward in time). Expect any final loose ends to be tied up, and an overall bittersweet farewell. The good news, is that while The Fosters is concluding its 5 season run, this special is also serving to set up its spinoff, entitled Good Trouble , which will focus on Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) and Callie's (Maia Mitchell) post-college, adult life in Los Angeles. This means that we don't have to say good-bye to all of these characters forever just yet, and we can likely expect appearances from some of the additional cast as well. Prepare to talk about: What a beautiful setting, and a nice way (we imagine) for the cast to be able to say farewell in real life as well; a new foster child!; watching child actors grow up.   Marvel's Cloak and Dagger (Series Premiere) Thursday at 8 pm on Freeform This is a big week for Freeform. One series dies (see above) and another, very different series is born. With Cloak and Dagger , we have the first new Marvel series since Runaways on Hulu, bringing the total number of Marvel series back up to 10 (on six channels), as we lost one when ABC canceled Inhumans , RIP. This series, as it airs on Freeform, also presents more youthful superheroes (like Runaways ). Cloak (Aubrey Joseph) and Dagger (Olivia Holt) are in high school. Except they aren't superheroes yet. The show is beginning with the characters nearly entirely separated, focusing on their origin stories, and it is moving somewhat slowly, so it may be awhile before we see them together and in full superhero action. In actuality, the two - one a homeless teen and the other a high school overachiever - are connected by a shared childhood trauma, but we will let you find out on your own what that was. The backstories are compelling, but we will have to wait to reserve judgment on the series as a whole until we see a few more episodes. Prepare to talk about: Seriously, how long until these two team up; if this series can avoid some of the tedium of Runaways (which started strong, but also moved too slowly); the awesome New Orleans setting.   Rachel is the product manager of SideReel, and she's wondering how many people watch every single Marvel show. Let her know! div.post p { text-align: justify; }

The Fosters Says Goodbye (For Now) With a Tearful Wedding and a New Chapter

The Fosters said its official goodbye, at least for the time being, with a big wedding in Turks & Caicos and the Adams-Foster family off to the next phase of their lives. The three-night event spelled out trouble for Brandon ( David Lambert ) and his new wife Eliza (Abigail Cowen) as roadblocks  ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/the-fosters-series-finale-joanna-johnson-interview/?rss=breakingnews

The Fosters Series Finale: Co-Creator Bradley Bredeweg Says Goodbye, Talks Impact Of Shows LGBTQ Storytelling

The time has come to say goodbye to what can arguably be TVs most progressive family in history or as some of the kids may say these days: TVs most woke family.Created by Bradley Bredeweg andPeter Paige, The Fosters ended its five-season run tonight after providing television landscape with a series that gave a new meaning of a modern family. The Fosters tackled normal family drama such as sibling dynamics, teen angst, parent-child conflict, and domestic strife  ...Read More... https://deadline.com/2018/06/the-foster-series-finale-bradley-bredeweg-freeform-1202404281/

The Fosters Sneak Peek: Callie Confronts Eliza About the Prenup

On tonights Night 2 ofThe Fosters series finale event (Freeform, 8/7c), Callie has some strong feelings about the prenup Elizas dad sprung on Brandon just days ahead of the wedding, and shes voicing them to the bride in TVLines exclusive video. After Brandon asks his lawyer sis to look over the document, his fiance assures [] http://tvline.com/2018/06/05/the-fosters-season-5-episode-21-callie-eliza-prenup-video/

The Fosters Photo Preview: A Tale of Two Familes!

What happens when you bring two totally different families together for a dinner? On The Fosters Season 5 Episode 20 , that is exactly what will happen when the full Foster clan, including the newest addition, Corey, have a sit-down dinner with Eliza's family for the very first time before the big day. Nothing says family drama like tons of family drama, and with these two families coming together, there is bound to be some drama.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/slideshows/the-fosters-from-meet-the-fosters/

The Fosters EPs Preview Series Finale's Rocky Wedding, Talk Revisiting 'Brallie'

The Fosters invites you to a series-finale wedding next week but it remains to be seen if Brandon and his fiance Eliza will actually walk down the aisle. Picking up one year after the Season 5B finale, the three-night event (airing June 4-6 at 8/7c on Freeform) finds the family gathering for the couples [] http://tvline.com/2018/06/03/the-fosters-spoilers-series-finale-brandon-wedding-callie/

The Fosters Finale Event Will Be "Bittersweet" for Fans

The Fosters has been a staple of family, heartwarming television on Freeform for five seasons but will tearfully come to a close next week. The show wrapped up its major storylines at the end of Season 5 but set up a special three-night, three-hour finale event to allow fans a chance to say a final   ...Read More...   http://www.tvguide.com/news/the-fosters-series-finale-cierra-ramirez-interview/?rss=breakingnews

The Fosters Series Finale Event Promo: The Fosters Forever!

You didn't think that was the last of The Fosters, did you? Now that we've had a few months to dry our tears and stew in all of those Foster family feels, it's time to jump back in with the most modern, relatable, inspiring family on TV and bid them farewell properly. I'm talking beach-style because the family is headed to the Turks and Caicos, and darn it, we're going with them! Of course, it's not The Fosters without a healthy dose of drama.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/videos/the-fosters-series-finale-event-promo-the-fosters-forever/